We were delighted that two of the presenters from State of Mind charity, Jimmy Gittins and Ian Smith, recently chose to stay at Theodore House for two nights whilst they delivered an important Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to various members of staff at a nearby college.
Mental health is a very serious topic for most people. We are seeing a dramatic rise in mental health issues, especially in the last few years. So, the ability to observe, assess and correctly signpost anyone who maybe suffering from mental health issues is key in helping people to get the right help and support and on a journey to improving their mental health and wellbeing.
State of Mind Sports, a charity originally set up to work within the sport of rugby tackling mental health and wellbeing issues has grown. The need to better understand mental health and possible ways to support is paramount these days. As a result, State of Mind offers services like the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training across various sectors. With Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training, delivered by State of Mind Sport, you will be accessing the very best evidence-based Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) course available. The training is grounded in research, developed with clinical practitioners and proven to increase MHFAiders® confidence in supporting people with mental health issues.
On behalf of the whole team at Theodore House, we would like to thank you for the important work that you do.