Why choose Mind Health Solutions?

Wellbeing Programmes for Mental Health

At Mind Health Solutions we aim to raise awareness of the vital importance in understanding why good mental health is equally important as good physical health.

Through both personal and workplace experience, our instructors have a wealth of knowledge surrounding mental health and are passionate in supporting society to accept that mental health is a real illness that can affect anyone at any time.

Mixed anxiety and depression is the most common mental disorder in Britain with 7.8% of people meeting criteria for diagnosis

The Mind Health Solutions team will support throughout the whole process from the point of enquiry, through to access to a helpline and mailbox on completion of the course for ongoing support.

We offer competitive rates and stand apart from the industry standard by each course being presented by two experienced trainers with a passion for mental health.

Why become a Mental Health First Aider?

The Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training course teaches people how to identify, understand and support those who may be experiencing a mental health issue or crisis.

MHFA is not designed teach you to be a therapist or fix a person, it teaches how to listen, reassure, support and respond to a person showing signs of illness, if they are in or nearing crisis and potentially stop a crisis from happening.

You will learn how to recognise warning and trigger signs of mental ill health, develop and build the skills and confidence to approach, assess and support a person while ensuring you keep yourself safe.

You will learn how assist and empower a person to access the support they need to aid recovery or management of symptoms. Services that can help include therapy services through the NHS, workplace interventions and healthcare, online self-referral, support groups, self-help books and more.

Delegates gain an understanding of how to support positive wellbeing and tackle stigma in society and the world around them.

Some people with mental illness can’t get out of bed, some can
Some can’t keep a job, some can
Some can’t eat, some can
Some self-harm, some don’t
Some are suicidal, some aren’t
Some take medication, some don’t
Mental illness is different for everyone, but still valid.