We offer a variety of programmes such as our unique Wellness Action Plan WRAP® training model which provides primary intervention for mental health issues or Mental Health First Aid MHFA® an internationally acclaimed mental health awareness programme designed to give ordinary people the tools they need to be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, provide initial help, and guide a person towards appropriate professional help when appropriate. We also offer individual bespoke services such as workshops or seminars for Stress Management or our Resilience and Wellbeing training programmes which are designed to meet the specific need of the individual.
Our facilitation teams engage with individuals through these person centred, strengths based framework programmes, assisting in delivering positive, practical and transferable skills for life. This specialist wellbeing training can be for mentor schemes for young people, adults and the elderly within our society and work with individual groups such as schools, community groups, offenders and ex-offenders ,clergy, veterans, sports groups, SME’s and those providing services within local agencies and authorities .
We promote cross-community alliances to help deal with low self-esteem, stress, anxiety and depression, through the involvement of Teachers, Parents, Community Youth Workers, Probation, Churches and Community Associations. By developing our programmes as part of the focus on health and wellbeing these groups are creating a tangible wellness plans in addition to forming an atmosphere of recognition and engagement, enabling increased levels of self-esteem, confidence and self-worth.
Taking a proactive approach to managing wellbeing encourages individuals to contemplate what they need to do daily to keep well, how to identify the signs or triggers for declining wellbeing, what to do if crisis occurs and how to develop emotional resilience to manage and assist in their recovery. Embracing this pre-emptive approach dramatically decreases both emotional and physical symptoms, therefore reducing the need for prolonged absences from school and work, issues at home or social issues with friends and the wider community.