埃德蒙顿沃尔沃（Volvo of Edmonton）员工知道在沮丧，焦虑症或其他心理问题解决后可以去哪里。
Michael 诺里斯, the dealer principal, has engaged the services of a sports psychologist and chaplains to help his team cope with mental illnesses.
“It’对人们来说太棒了，它’对于经销商来说很棒” 诺里斯 told 汽车新闻 加拿大.
诺里斯’ interest in the subject was heightened several years ago when a friend chaired the Mental Health Classic fundraising golf tournament in Edmonton and could not get sponsors because of the stigma. 诺里斯 agreed his dealership would help pay for that event, and it has participated every year since.
Historically, said 诺里斯, dealerships ignored the problem of mental health until affected employees were drinking so heavily they had to be fired.
相反，他从一位治疗埃德蒙顿沃尔沃的体育心理学家那里购买了大量时间’的员工匿名和不在现场。心理学家“doesn’讨论问题所在，” said 诺里斯, “但他说，这些问题与他在职业运动员中面临的问题完全相同，而且可以治愈。”
Then 诺里斯 read about workplace chaplains in the United States and observed a successful example of a similar program in Edmonton. Today, a non-denominational chaplain visits the 沃尔沃 dealership once a month to talk to staff members who are under emotional stress.