This two da course (9am-4.30pm) will teach you how to identify,understand and help someone who maybe experiencing a mental health issue.
You’ll learn to recognise warning signs of mental ill health, and develop the skills and confidence to approach and support someone while keeping yourself safe.Read more
This course is 4hours and aims to train members of the community to offer support and information to people who are experiencing suicidal thoughts and to equip local workers and volunteers with the confidence, skills and knowledge they need to offer support and information to a potentially suicidal person.Read more
This 4 hour course is for anyone who has limited knowledge or understanding of mental health.We look at the signs and symptoms of common mental health problems, what helps and how to talk to someone who may be struggling.Read more
This workshop can be delivered over a couple of hours or half a day. We'll help you to connect with your senses, abit like building a bridge between the mind and the body. It can help improve emotional and often physical wellbeing by helping you to manage anxious thoughts particularly around the past and the future. You will develop the ability to focus on the 'here & now' of the present moment. Mindfulness can also help improve your relationship with yourself and others.Read more
Stress is part of everyday life but when it gets too much it can be hard to deal with and can turn into something more serious.This 3 hour course helps you to understand what stress is, what causes stress, what are the stressors in your life and what strategies you can use to reduce and overcome stress.Read more
This three hour course is for line managers and aims to increase their understanding of the common mental health problems staff can present with and how to practically support staff at work. We will cover the law regarding reasonable adjustments for people who's mental health is seen as a disability and the Equality Act 2010. Practical tips and useful resources will be provided.Read more