Stage 1: an initial phone call with key staff members to get you started and to give your staff access to the platform
Stage 2: a short video call for all staff members to show your team round the platform and answer any questions
Stage 3: Monthly check ins to make sure your team is happy and resourced
Through our work, content, tools, and resources, we will help you empower your students to understand the basic principles of mental health and build positive mental health habits. We will also help you cultivate a classroom culture of positivity, kindness, and empathy for others. Most importantly, we want to ensure that your students know that they do not have to suffer in silence.
Our wellbeing webinars are designed to help your team overcome the most common mental health challenges that they may have faced this year. We know that 2020 has been tough on everyone - let us help you help your staff close out the year in a mentally positive and healthy way.
Everyone experiences loss at some point in their life – and understanding how to grieve in a healthy way is paramount to staying mentally well. With this webinar, we hope to help your teachers and staff understand the grieving process, recognize its physical and emotional symptoms, and find the right words to say to others who may be grieving.
In the most difficult and stressful times of life, it only makes sense that we should look after our mental health more than usual. With this webinar, we hope to help your staff understand the fundamentals of mental health and emotional wellbeing, feel in control of their feelings of stress and anxiety, and gain practical tips and tools for managing anxiety on a regular basis.
We all have around 60,000 thoughts in a single day, and ensuring that our thoughts are positive and productive is key to good mental health. With this webinar, we hope to help your staff understand the physical and emotional symptoms of low mood, recognize negative thinking patterns, and feel equipped to combat negative thoughts through practical exercises.
Lily-Jo has over a decade of experience working with individuals throughout the UK within the NHS, in corporates, and within her private practice. She is a qualified counsellor, coach, and supervisor, and is registered with the BACP. In 2016, she founded her non-profit online mental health resource, The Lily-Jo Project, and has since helped thousands of young people and adults worldwide understand what mental health is, and what they can do to maintain good mental health.