Demystifying Mental Health at Work
Exploring anxiety and depression
Psychosis and suicidal thoughts
Chakra’s Early Intervention and Mental Health Protocols
Guest Speakers and personal stories
Understanding Stress & Building Resilience
Manifestation of stress in the brain
Impact of stress on the body
Consequences of long term stress such as adrenal fatigue and burnout
Exploring resilience for long-term impact
Tools and techniques to use at work for diffusing stress
Guest speakers and personal stories
GUEST SPEAKERS AND WELLBEING EXPERTS
FRANKY WOODS – AGENCY 51
“It’s okay to be not okay, it really is!” Franky has struggled with his mental health in the past and is an avid supporter of campaigns such as Movember to encourage people to talk about mental health issues and seek support. In particular, Franky is passionate about breaking the stigma around men’s mental health, following horrific statistics that highlight one man around the world loses his life to suicide every single minute of every day. The cause is extremely close to Franky’s heart and we are sure that hearing his story will help us all do a little bit more to reduce the number men taking their own lives.
DARREN GOOD – GOOD SENSE TRAINING
Darren Good has become a leading expert on personal safety and conflict resolution in the UK and has delivered training to the public, private and third sectors since 1996 when he set up and founded GoodSense Training. He has delivered personally over 2000 courses and GoodSense Training has delivered more than 10,000 courses. His knowledge in this area is vast and he has studied use of force systems since the age of sixteen. Darren is a Master Practitioner in NLP, and has expertise in coaching to drive behaviour change. He is a member of the Institute of Conflict Resolution (ICM), and works closely with the National Federation for Personal Safety (NFPS) to maintain his evidence based on current legal aspects.
GARY BUTTERFIELD – EVERYDAY JUICE
With a BSc (Hons) in Sport, Health, Exercise and Nutrition from the University of Leeds, Gary started his career coaching professional athletes, including a Team GB archer and Leeds Carnegie RFU in their Premiership season. He then went on to build a thriving personal training business in West Yorkshire, working with a diverse range of clients to achieve their goals and aspirations. Gary’s company, Everyday Juice Limited (EJL), is a subsidiary company of The University of Sheffield. EJL supports businesses big and small to create remarkable places to work with healthy and happy people. “Juice” launched at Leeds Trinity in January 2017 following a very positive response from University colleagues during a recent staff development day. The University have now implemented Juice, and with the support of Gary are building a diverse range of health and wellbeing activities for staff to enjoy.
“I really enjoyed your presentation. I was particularly impressed with the emphasis on the science behind the way the body and mind react to stress and its tendency to propagate it rather than control it. Your calm and clear delivery was also very impressive”Mark Foster