Workshops are typically delivered to groups. These workshops are not clinical therapies and do not substitute for mental health or sleep disturbance treatment. The workshops offered are information-based and interactive.

If you are interested in the development and provision of a workshop related to mental health, sleep, psychology or research, please get in touch to set up a free consultation.

Current workshops:

Mental health workshops

Mental health or psychological health "is a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and is able to make a contribution to his or her community" (World Health Organizaton). Good mental health is key to good overall health, including good physical and social health. The following workshops can be tailored for specific groups (e.g. schools, different types of organisations).  

- Mental health during childhood

- Mental health during adolescence

- Mental health in the workplace

Violence against women and children workshops

Violence against women and children seems to be an insurmountable public health and humanitarian problem. These are challenging issues to tackle, but there are mechanisms of change that can be utilised in our daily lives. These workshops would be of use to anyone, given the alarming rates of violence against women and children in society.

- Understanding and preventing violence against women

- Understanding and preventing violence against children

Sleep related workshops

The mental health and sleep needs of children and adolescents are distinct from each other and distinct from adults. This is because children go through very distinctive developmental stages that are unique to them. The same goes for adolescents. Adolescent developmental trajectories differ from both childhood and adulthood. Educators and parents will benefit from these workshops.

- Mental health and sleep in children

- Mental health and sleep in adolescents