Positive Mental Health Champions

Positive Mental Health Champions

The role of a Positive Mental Health Champion in the workplace is to be a go-to support person for anyone struggling with mental health difficulties. This training day is designed to educate participants on mental health and well-being and to build skills necessary...
Coping With Difficult Emotions/Distressed Colleagues

Coping With Difficult Emotions/Distressed Colleagues

Frequently people have to deal with difficult calls or people in emotionally aroused states (angry, upset, tearful etc) as part of their day to day job, and although they may have received training on the procedures to follow in such instances, often they have had no...
Adapting to Change

Adapting to Change

Moving on from a job we’ve held for a significant amount of time, means a lot of change. And change is something we all deal with differently – some embrace it, some resist it, but we all have to figure out how to deal with change as best we can. Even positive life...
Self-care for Psychologists, Counsellors and Coaches

Self-care for Psychologists, Counsellors and Coaches

Many professionals in the helping industry spend a substantial portion of their working lives with people in stress and distress. Working with conflict, stress, trauma and suffering, whilst dealing with the stresses of their own personal lives, puts the helping...
Resilience and Personal Effectiveness

Resilience and Personal Effectiveness

Research from Positive Psychology shows that when the brain is in positive, as opposed to negative or even neutral, it performs significantly better – intelligence rises, we’re more creative & innovative, we perform up to 37% better, energy rises (Achor, 2010)....
Relationship-Building Skills

Relationship-Building Skills

We generally spend at least 40 hours a week at work, usually with other people. Positive relationships at work, based on respect, cooperation and trust, are essential to our happiness. What makes us happy in life is the lasting positive relationships with the people...