“Where’s my head at?”….

How often do we ask ourselves that?

We aren’t brought up to talk about our emotions. This often leads to self stigma. Self stigma leads to the perception others will stigmatise us. This is a melting pot of ingredients that can lead to us becoming overwhelmed. Instead of getting the support we need to ignite our journey of recovery, we spiral further down.

The benefits of training all staff members to recognise a change in others, start and manage a conversation whilst keeping themselves safe is a no brainer for all.

The sooner we break the wall of self-stigma and the perception of stigma in others, the sooner recovery can start.

I-act Managing and Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing for those managing others and Understanding and Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing for non-managers, both deliver the tools necessary for look after ourselves as well as those around us at home and work.

Accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists and using tools from Health and Safety Executive, it has over 50 tools for proactive self-care as well as reactive support for others.

Delivered virtually and globally.

Learn how to build your own mind muscle, build your own proactive toolkit, learn why two minute wellbeing windows are critical to challenging thoughts and so much more!

Welcome to new managers from the first UK university to gain accreditation in iso45003 recently trading in I-act Managing and Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Is your business and people flourishing?

Should I-Act be part of your organisation’s induction?

What do you think?

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