“People may not remember exactly what you did, or what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.”
“Balance” is our mental health and safety course – lasting 1 -2 days. It looks at how we can effectively manage mental health problems in work and education as they arise.
We run the Confidence WorkOut! – A short course (between 6 and 8 weeks) aimed at preparing people who have had mental health problems to engage in work, productivity and/or education.
We care about all things mental health, with a focus on mental health in the workplace and education.
We support people with mental health problems to achieve their career ambitions.
» Our Mission
- To manage the (sometimes) adversarial relationship between mental health and employment.
- To facilitate and help society overcome the stigma prevalent in mental health but not physical health. #allhealthmatters
Our core values are:
Who we are
We are an upbeat and optimistic organisation. We are approachable and humane.
We commission a lot of our own mental health research looking at the interplay between mental health and the workplace.
We are accredited course providers and our courses will only be delivered to you by people who have personally overcome mental health issues.
All our staff are forthcoming and welcome open dialogue with our clients. We believe that conversation fosters a real understanding of mental health.
Lets face it we can all Google this stuff but there is only so much you can learn from the internet.
We have created the Mental Health and Safety at Work Charter where businesses and organisations can sign up to our mission to promote the reduction of mental health discrimination.
Opinions on mental health
people have a mental ill health
children have depression or anxiety
“ 3 in 4 Mental illnesses start in childhood ”
“ Suicide is the biggest Lille’s of young people 20 – 34 (ONS) ”
“ Major depression is thought to be the 2nd leading cause of disability Worldwide (Whiteford HA et al 2013)”
“ Anxiety causes one fifth of work days lost in Britain (Dad- Munshi et al 2008)”