Everyone has mental health, learn how to take care of it

Everyone has mental health, sometimes good, sometimes not so good. Mental health is a broad spectrum. One in every five people in the UK will suffer with mental health issues at some point in their life (1 in 4 in Scotland). Sadly, many people don’t know what to look for in themselves and each other to tackle this growing problem.

We have been working with government guidelines, NHS experts and psychologists to help organisations prepare their staff in knowing how to deal with the subject of mental health. From suicide prevention to anxiety awareness we offer a range of standard and bespoke courses to be delivered online or in person. We can put a programme together to support your workforce at all levels. This might be a short online stress combating course that employees can do at their desk, or a day long face to face session in mental health signs and symptoms. We can tailor a training package to suit the needs of your organisation and your employees. We can also help you to design a mental health strategy with your health and safety and human resource teams.

Our mental health training is based on the ASK™ acronym. Be AWARE of your surroundings and any changes you might notice. SPEAK to anyone you’re concerned about and KNOW what help is available for your circumstances. This simple acronym will be explained as a guiding principal throughout our suite of mental health training. 

Between us we have a wealth of psychology, research, education, technical, and L&D experience. We have worked extensively within the private, public and voluntary sector. Read our testimonials to see what our client’s are saying about us and how we can help you with your planning, training and delivery of mental health knowledge for your workforce.

During the COVID-19 crisis we are offering the accredited Mental Health First Aid course online.  Click here for more information.

Million work days are lost in the UK each year due to mental health problems (www.mentalhealth.org.uk, 2020)
Billion GBP per year is the cost to UK employers (www.gov.uk, 2020)
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