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Your Story In Nature
May 13, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm UTC+0
Come and create your own short story as a way to explore your strengths, challenges and mental health.
Let Thrive Counsellor JOANNE ELSWORTH lead you on a creative process in which you’ll draw upon the strength and vitality within nature, in order to help you on a journey towards better mental health. Part of a week of free Thrive events to mark UK Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May).
Contact us if you’d like to book a course for you and your team.
Introduction to Safeguarding
This is a one day introductory overview to Safeguarding. This training will aim to equip participants with essential information on safeguarding, reporting mechanisms and how to conduct supportive disclosure conversations. This training will also cover the importance of confidentiality, boundaries and self-care. Book A Course
Equipping Managers: Managing Anxiety & Stress Remotely
With continued uncertainty and unpredictability with COVID-19, there are high levels of anxiety, fear and stress. Managing staff anxiety and stress at this time is complex as it needs to be done remotely. We believe the role of a manager to show care, compassion, and to provide support is crucial. This workshop will provide you…
Vicarious Trauma & Resilience
This session will support staff to gain detailed and practical insights into the self management and personal risk mitigation of Vicarious Trauma and develop a bespoke personal action plan within the context of the overall team approach. Book A Course
Understanding Grief & Bereavement
The session will focus on how to identify the signs of grief; approaching a person who is bereaved; listening to and supporting a person who is bereaved and understanding when to refer someone onto other support services. Book A Course
Investigations in the Workplace (Delivered with RavelWorks Africa)
Workplace investigations are an opportunity to build your organisational culture. More often than not, investigations end up being a stressful experience for all parties involved.
Responding Well To Safeguarding Disclosures: How To “Do No Harm”
People are at the heart of every safeguarding case. This means a relational response is necessary, not just a technical one.
Sexual Violence Management
The Sexual Violence Management training will take a comprehensive look at how your organisation can address sexual violence incidents against staff both in and outside of the workplace.