Enabling you to
encourage and champion positive mental health
for yourself and others
Mental Health & Wellbeing Ltd is a company committed to reducing mental health stigma, improving knowledge and helping communities to feel able to support themselves to keep well and thrive. We aim to do this by providing evidence-based, government recommended mental health training, delivered by experienced mental health consultants.
Through our staff and student workshops and parent/carer training courses, we aim to help you develop flourishing communities with strong minds and big hearts.
The training is tiered as follows:
A health promotion message
Promote and maintain mental wellbeing
A health education message
Increase awareness of mental health difficulties and reduce stigma
An early health intervention message
Provide evidence-based self-help coping strategies and treatments
Our 3 tiered approach meets all the criteria for the National Children's Bureau School Wellbeing Award and the latest government policy guidelines.
Create a environment that is knowledgeable about mental health
Enable young persons to champion wellbeing for themselves and their peers
“Promoting physical and mental health simultaneously can form a virtuous circle that reinforces overall health, wellbeing and achievement for children.”
Chief Medical Officer's Annual Report:
Our Children Deserve Better:
Prevention Pays, Chapter 7 p.3, 2012
We will help you grow a culture in which wellbeing is everyone’s responsibility and your community helps one another to thrive.
Why Should Schools Invest?
By investing in pupil's mental health and wellbeing you will meet the requirements of the latest government policy as well as future-proofing your school for upcoming inspections.
Meet the latest policy and beyond
Our training courses range from 1-2 days and take place at NCVO centre (King’s Cross, London) or at your location.
Student Group Work
Ofsted will be using inspections to assess the performance of schools in relation to emotional wellbeing and mental health promotion, prevention and treatment.
Get in Touch
For further information on the courses available and to book please email Rachel Ewan or alternatively complete the form below: