Stress Awareness Month runs throughout April and Mental Health Awareness Week is being held on May 9th – 15th.

To mark these occasions, we are offering reduced rates on related presentations: Stress Awareness – the Good and the Bad is available for £149 throughout April, while ‘Combating Loneliness’, and ‘Employee Mental Health Awareness’ are available for £149 throughout May.  Summaries of these presentations can be found below.

And on May 11th we will be running our next Mental Health Awareness Workshop. If you would like a place or places, these are currently available at a special reduced rate of £69 per person (normally £89) with further group discounts available on request. For more info on the contents, click here.


Stress Awareness – the Good and the Bad

This engaging stress awareness explores the positive and negative sides of stress, our varying stress thresholds, and signs and symptoms to be aware of when stress becomes unhealthy. Content includes videos, case studies and attendee involvement.


Employee Mental Health Awareness

This session has been carefully designed to help attendees understand mental health issues that may arise in their workplace. It includes sections on how to spot signs and symptoms of colleagues that may be suffering, active listening and empathy, appreciating the factors that contribute to our mental health, and ways to get conversations started about this delicate topic. 


Combatting the Loneliness Epidemic   

Loneliness is affecting more people across the world and in this session we explore ways to tackle this – as individuals, communities, and within organisations – and help overcome this epidemic. With insightful content throughout, we explore how, if we can collectively reduce loneliness, we will take a major step towards creating a mentally healthier society. 


For more information, click here for Stress Awareness Month and here for Mental Health Awareness Week.

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