Mental Health General Awareness

This one-day Mental Health General Awareness programme is designed to give you an introduction and e

This one-day Mental Health General Awareness programme is designed to give you an introduction and education to some of the most common mental health issues, giving you the knowledge and skills to help identify and assist people struggling with their mental health in the workplace and refer them to appropriate professional support.

Mental health affects us all, and having a greater awareness of what mental health issues exist, how they can affect us and how to respond when they occur, can have a huge benefit not just in our own lives, but in helping others too. 

Who should attend? 

This course is suitable for anybody wishing to increase their understanding of mental health along with poor mental health issues, how to spot early signs of mental health issues, and how to signpost somebody towards expert help.

(Minimum of 6 people per class- Maximum 16)

Workplace Wellbeing Tool-kits


   The Toolkits are an individual, bespoke,, practical tool we can all use – whether we have a mental health problem or not – to help us identify what keeps us well at work, what causes us to become unwell, and the support we would like to receive from our manager to boost our wellbeing or support us whilst at work.

It’s an evidence-based system used by people to manage their Emotional Wellbeing.

Who should attend? 

Multi-sector organisations dealing with sickness and absence due to work-related stress, private, voluntary and public sector workers, community members, charity organisations and individuals. Individuals returning to work after experiencing: burnout, anxiety, stress and depression.  

 (Minimum of 6 people per class- Maximum 16) 

Suicide First Aid


 Teaching the theory and practice of suicide intervention skills that can be applied in any professional or personal setting, captured in a one-day event accredited by City and Guilds of London.

The UK’s only externally accredited suicide prevention programme,  on the Regulated Qualification Framework, this is the UK’s National Qualification in Suicide Prevention.

Learning outcomes:

Suicide behaviour; reasons and magnitude of the community health problem.

Role of the carer in managing suicide interventions; different roles with different people.

Understand approaches and process of suicide intervention including desired outcomes.

Understand the importance of self-reflection and personal impact when working with suicide and people at risk.

Who should attend?

Multi-sector practitioners including health, housing, social care, education, criminal justice, call centre operators, private, voluntary and public sector workers and community member. 

 (Minimum of 6 people per class- Maximum 16) 

Coaching, Consultation, Mentoring


If mental health and wellbeing is new to you and you’re unsure of where to start, what to do, or even which direction to head in when it comes to training and education, we can help you.

If you're feeling stuck, want to gain clarity, direction and focus on what your organisational mental health and wellbeing needs are, you're not alone. 

We help businesses work out, map out and create bespoke solutions to suit their needs.

Email us for details.

Inspirational And Motivational Talks


Are you looking for a speaker that will leave your attendees feeling inspired and motivated? 

Steve has a compelling and highly emotional story that has inspired audiences all over the world.

After overcoming some of life's biggest difficulties from homelessness, drug addiction, the loss of a sibling in his early teens to surviving multiple suicide attempts.

Steve has a vast array of lived experience, knowledge and skills that can be called upon and woven into any talk so that your key message lands.


Emerging Proud Through Suicide


  Steve has kindly co-authored and shared his insights from surviving multiple suicide attempts in this pocketbook of transformation and hope.


Have you ever felt a strong compulsion to take your life because things have got too painful or overwhelming? 


Has your life been affected by someone close to you who took their own life? 


Do you sometimes wonder what the point of being alive is? If so, you are not alone; everyone who features in this book has been affected in the same way. 


In this third edition of our Pocketbooks of Hope and Transformation series, you’ll discover 16 stories of people who have felt just like you. 


From experiencing suicidal ideation, the torturous pain of losing someone to suicide, to losing all sense of hope for a better life, these stories showcase ordinary people from across the globe who all experienced issues around suicide which pushed them to the edge.


For many, their experiences were an invitation to step powerfully into a life of greater self-compassion, healing and finding meaning and purpose, which was born out of the depths of their darkness. 


If you are still sitting in the darkness, our wish is that this book brings you some sense of hope for better days to come.