Whether you are interested in supporting your own wellbeing or someone else’s, as the largest mental health charity in Norfolk and Waveney, our training team are uniquely placed to provide you with high-quality, relevant and interactive training on mental health, wellbeing, and mindfulness.
You may be an individual looking to learn more about mental health or mindfulness, an employer wanting to support your staff with effective training, or a school/college looking to provide your children and young people with new ways to manage anxieties that you see arising in their experience.
Our qualified and experienced training team can provide the resources and tools needed to learn about mental health, wellbeing, self-compassion and mindfulness.
We regularly run open training courses for individuals, and offer competitive rates for any of our courses delivered directly to local businesses. We also welcome invitations to consult with businesses and design bespoke training courses or programmes to meet individual requirements.
Training and mindfulness courses during the coronavirus pandemic - update
For Mindfulness courses, please click here
Further to Government guidance with regard to the continuously evolving response to COVID19, Norfolk and Waveney Mind has taken the decision to postpone all our classroom based training and mindfulness courses until future notice.
However, we are delighted to be able to offer a small number of our courses and workshops virtually. Please continue to check back on the training pages of our website for more information, dates and details as they become available.
Whilst we are developing and refining our virtual offering, we are pricing our training courses and workshops at cost - below our usual rates - to support local people, and businesses and their employees, during the pandemic.
1 in 4 people will experience some form of mental distress during their lifetime.
During this current pandemic, that number is likely to increase.
That means you’re likely to know someone – a friend, family member or colleague – who is affected or to be affected yourself.
The problem is there’s still a lot of stigma attached to mental health and people shy away from the issue. All too often when colleagues, friends or family are experiencing mental distress, they don’t feel comfortable talking about it.
" Such a fantastic training session. Learnt so much useful stuff, that I will absolutely do my best to apply.
Thank you! "
Wellbeing in a time of crisis
Fear is a perfectly natural response to a disease outbreak.
But many people are experiencing additional worry and stress at this current time due to lockdown restrictions relating to isolation from work and colleagues, friends and loved ones.
As a direct response to the coronavirus pandemic, Norfolk and Waveney Mind’s Training Team has developed a 1.5 hour workshop: Wellbeing in time of crisis.