Full Day   |  Half Day  |  Sessional 
Our training objectives are designed to educate, inform and deliver insight about a range of mental health problems including a repertoire of skills, techniques and wellness strategies. More Importantly - tailored to your needs.
Here's How it works:
 1) Contact us to tell us about your organisation and mental health issues.
2) We'll offer you a proposal to identify your Mental Health Training needs and provide you with a free no obligation quote. 
3) We will bring the training to your site and you will receive post training support, guidance and advice. 
Evidence based | Qualified |  Experienced 
   Take a look below, we cover most relevant mental health issues. 

  • In our 2 Day Accredited Mental Health Awareness Training, We will help your delegates to gain clarity, recognise and distinguish mental health diagnoses, symptoms, treatment options and interventions.

  • Learn to cultivate a Mindfulness approach for work, relationships and self development.

  • In our workshops we pay particular attention and focus to stress as a potential symptom, cause and barrier to understanding how we take care of our minds, wellbeing, harness our true capabilities and relationships in work and at home.

  • Understand the psychological, psychiatric and biological causes and consequences of acute and chronic stress.

  • We will look at the cycles of both acute and chronic stress, stress hormones - adrenaline and cortisol and the understated/overlooked impact on the body and mind.

  • Distinguish mood disorders, Bi – Polar Affective Disorder, Schizophrenia or Psychosis.

  • Understand Anxiety disorders - including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder and Phobia’s and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

  • Gain clarity within the mine field of Personality Disorders and understand the psychological traits that accompany each category. Understand how emotional and behavioural traits affect work performance, relationships as well as the higher prevalence of anxiety and depression.

  • Discover the complex world of self-harming and injurious behaviour’s, suicidal ideas and urges – as we begin to unravel what drives us to develop positive and maladaptive coping strategies.

  • We will explore the principles, myths and evidence of pharmacological and cognitive approaches to treatment as well as effective alternative therapies.

  • We provide an introduction to the human mind: Increase our understanding of the relationship between cognition, emotion, behaviour, body and physiology in the context of mental health.

  • We take a look at how our experience’s, particularly through early life and how they connect with our emotional and mental wellbeing, as well as influence our deepest fears.

  • We will help delegates to understand how our distorted and abnormal thought processes fundamentally affect our feelings, perspectives, relationships, judgements and ability to make key decisions. This will lead us to a deeper understanding that ultimately our destiny, home and work life is shaped by our decisions.

  • We will demonstrate how an underlying physical or medical condition can manifest in symptoms of mental health and look at medical and psychiatric symptoms commonly overlap.

  • We look at the potential causes and evidence behind drug use, alcohol and addictions and associated mental health problems.

  • Improve understanding of communicating and be able to choose from a range of responses when engaging with somebody with a mental illness.

  • Recognise the language, emotions and behaviour's associated with suicide and suicidal thoughts – while being able to distinguish and assess actual risk against manipulation.

  • Understand the principles of mental health first aid and how to appropriately signpost someone you are concerned about.

  • Learn how to help someone with a mental illness or in mental or emotional distress.

  • Gain deeper understanding of the value of listening, validation, empathy and connection.

  • Explore a repertoire of evidence based and alternative strategies to recover and optimise mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.



Managers in the workplace have a key role in determining the occupational outcomes of workers who become unwell. They are responsible for implementing adjustments for working conditions  under HSE regulations and are in a position to help, influence and prevent long term disability - but can also be in a position to do more harm with inappropriate responses or inaction.


Trends show Professional Managers are most likely to encounter stress related ill health than any other worker industry (HSE 2018) . At least partially due to the ever increasing demands and responsibilities for the health and well being of their employees/


Recent research suggests that managers who have received training on such initiatives- value  the knowledge and feel more confident in approaching mental health issues after training. In addition, the employee’s of the same managers are far more likely to have reduced levels of psychological distress and a greater sense of well being.


Our bespoke training for managers is designed to equip and inform Leaders who want to become empowered to make a positive difference to their departments and organisations.


Our objective is to help you reduce the overall amount, frequency and length of mental health related absences - reduce lost days of work and increase work performance and productivity. 


Our training supports mangers to grow into mentors, to be more effective in monitoring and delegating workloads, they become more responsive, improve communication and have better relationships. Our delegates will learn to master the process to manage employee’s who overloaded, lacking or losing control over projects, those who have trust issues, and those who have a pre-existing anxiety, depression and other mental illness. We take a closer look at managing expectations, setting realistic goals and encouraging growth as a means of maximising productivity.


Knowledge of mental health and non-stigmatising attitudes alone are proven to be effective tools to significantly improve morale and create trusting, open and harmonious work spaces.