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Mind in Bradford has been working to improve mental health in the Bradford district for nearly three decades. Our diverse workforce is trained in psychotherapy, coaching, transactional analysis, anxiety management, and various other evidence-based interventions for finding solutions to mental health problems.
Our mission is to help the people of Bradford to live the fulfilling and healthy lives they need and deserve, whilst ensuring that local organisations and are equipped with the necessary knowledge and tools to be able to make ‘Good Mental Health’ throughout the district a reality.
As part of our community outreach initiatives, we have created a series of modules, group workshops, and activities that can be delivered in workplaces around West Yorkshire in return for a suggested donation to our organisation.
Each workshop consists of three modules of your choice and lasts approximately three hours.
At the moment we can create tailored workshops around the following modules:
• Addiction and dependency
• Antidepressants A-Z
• Antipsychotics A-Z
• Anxiety and panic attacks
• Arts therapies
• Bipolar disorder
• Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)
• Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
• Carers, friends and family - a guide to coping
• Children and young people
• Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
• Crisis services
• Disability discrimination
• Dissociative disorders
• Drugs - recreational drugs & alcohol
• Eating problems
• Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
• Food and mood
• Hearing voices
• Hypomania and mania
• Insurance cover and mental health
• LGBTQ mental health
• Lithium and other mood stabilisers
• Mental health problems (introduction)
• Money and mental health
• Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
• Online safety and support
• Panic attacks
• Parenting with a mental health problem
• Peer support
• Perinatal anxiety
• Perinatal OCD
• Personality disorders
• Physical activity, sport and exercise
• Postnatal and antenatal depression
• Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
• Schizoaffective disorder
• Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
• Seeking help for a mental health problem
• Sleep problems
• Statistics and facts about mental health
• Student life
• Suicidal feelings
• Supporting someone who feels suicidal
• Talking treatments
• Managing Change
• Identifying Values, Strengths, Skills, etc.
• Feeling Competent, Being an Effective Worker
• Conflict Resolution (Non-Violent Communication)
• Confidence and Assertiveness
• Creating a Work/Life Balance
• Time Management
• Job Fulfilment and the Benefits of Working
• Managing Crisis
• Creating a Wellness Tool Box
• Managing stress in the workplace by recognising triggers and early warning signs
• Setting goals and creating action plans
• Developing Coping Strategies and Becoming Resilient
• Discrimination at work
• Good Workplaces for Mental Health
Workshops are available in blocks of three modules of your choice to be delivered to a maximum of thirty attendees.
Completion of six modules entitles your organisation to a ‘Mind in Bradford Mentally Healthy Workplace Certification’.
To discuss your individual requirements and provide you with a quote, please complete the form below or call us on 01274 730815.
*Due to the popular demand of these workshops, please get in touch at least four weeks in advance to avoid disappointment.
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Just to let you know that I found today’s MIND presentation interesting, informative and worthwhile, and very well presented. I know from colleague’s conversations that they were impressed too
I always thought Mind was just a charity, I knew they counselled people but didn’t realise how much they did regarding having an open door. I was very surprised and pleased at how much they do support people. Thank you
If I’d have known this was available years ago I would of probably used the services.
I found that the presenter had excellent knowledge of her subject area and came across as an expert in her field. She provided details of the support available and ‘normalised’ mental health, I particularly found the information around first response useful