Wellbeing workshops

Healthy & honest communities

Fighting the stigma attached to mental health in school and work is more important now than ever. Our preventative workshops teach people how to realise their potential, talk openly about self-care and help support others.

A provider that doesn’t exclude

Reach out, educate, and make a change. We can help you put a stop to suffering in silence. We offer workshops for schools and businesses. Click below to find out more.

Schools

Struggling alone within formative school years can seriously affect health and wellbeing. Learning to take care of their own and others’ mental health while at school can give young people skills and strength for life.

Businesses

Nobody should feel lost and alone in a sea of happy faces. When every member of a team is healthy, energised and motivated, it leads to better business performance and a better working environment for everyone.

For Schools

Struggling alone within formative school years can seriously affect health and wellbeing. Learning to take care of their own and others’ mental health while at school can give young people skills and strength for life.

For Business

Nobody should feel lost and alone in a sea of happy faces. When every member of a team is healthy, energised and motivated, it leads to better business performance and a better working environment for everyone.

We’re already making positive change

Success story one

Working with a Derbyshire School to train their staff and parents in Mental Health and resilience, for their own wellbeing, but also so they can better support young people. Then planning, developing, setting up and running a counselling service for pupils on school premises.

Success story two

Working with Citizens Advice and Job Centre Plus to train volunteers and staff to recognise mental health problems in their colleagues or clients and to be able to support and communicate appropriately as well as how to maintain their own wellbeing.

Success story three

Working with School and Business line managers on recognising and supporting mental health problems in the workplace in-cluding learning about equality and disability legislation and the concept of reasonable adjustment.

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