What students at Hendon School, North London do to support their mental health
In this short film clip, mental health campaigner Neil Laybourn shares how he handles stress
In this short film clip, Neil Laybourn explains what the Stress Container is, and how to keep that tap open to stop your stress overflowing!
Construction company Bowmer and Kirkland has introduced MHFA training in the workplace. Here they talk about why.
Engineering and technology company Siemens has introduced MHFA training to the workplace. Here they talk about why, and the effects it has had.
Biomedical research charity Wellcome Trust talks about MHFA training as part of their strategy for health and wellbeing in the workplace.
People from five different industries talk about how they use their MHFA skills.
Steve Fennell, Operations Manager at Lendlease, talks about how his management style has changed since taking MHFA training.
Teacher Andrew McBroom on how he uses his MHFA skills to support students.
Jennifer and Thomas share their experiences of mental ill health at university, and Mental Health First Aider Ram talks about using her skills to support students and colleagues
Tom Chapman, founder of the Lions Barber Collective, talks about his training.
Mandy Love is a Partner at EY. She wasn't sure how to talk to her employees about mental health until she trained in MHFA.
We talk to MHFA instructors about what their role is like and what inspired them to train.
Bowmer & Kirkland, Siemens, and Wellcome Trust - organisations in three different industries talk about how they use MHFA training in their strategies for a supportive workplace.
Norman Lamb MP's vlog for World Mental Health Day 2016
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