About Mental Health

The importance of mental health is frequently played down and often discriminated against due to having a stigma and its invisibility, however it does not discriminate in terms of who becomes affected. People living with mental health problems at times struggle to cope with daily life stresses. It affects the way people feel, relate to others and how they perceive others are relating to them.

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Mental Health Problems

Mental health concerns range from stress to more challenging diagnoses such as depression, bipolar, anxiety, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), posttraumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, paranoia, and schizophrenia, with some manageable than others. People suffering from mental health problems will require support and empathy from family, friends, colleagues, managers, and senior leaders.

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By taking action on work-related stress, we:


Mental Health Awareness Training

Insight can reduce symptoms and improve mental health.



Effective communication enables employees to achieve their goals and formulate the foundation for trust and respect.


Improving Mental Health

Listening, Assessing, Monitoring and Evaluation promotes mental health and wellbeing.

Mental Health Awareness Training

Mental health awareness training aims to raise an awareness and understanding of mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Many of the potential causes of mental health issues are work-related stress, redundancies, bullying and harassment, discrimination, racism, and personal issues. Our training provides awareness and guidance on how to recognise early signs of ill mental health and making the workspace more inclusive for those living with mental health issues.

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Mental Health:
Performative and Transformative Programmes

Our mental health performative programmes are innovative and holistic in its approach to promoting mental growth and recovery. A transformative process in which peoples physical, emotional, cognitive, spiritual, and social wellbeing are improved with incorporating artistry as a tool to improve mental health. During the programme people engage in a range of artistic activities such as dance/movement, art, music, singing, and storytelling depicting and processing unpleasant lived experiences for transformative growth.

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