I am available to provide training, awareness presentations and
round table discussions for your organisation or group
Awareness/training sessions include:
Trauma awareness - working towards becoming trauma informed, with a focus on staff wellbeing and vicarious trauma.
Stepping up to inclusion - an interactive, thought provoking introduction to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) awareness.
In this session we look at Equity, Equality, Diversity an Inclusion
The session starts with a story
We work out who we think it to blame
What did you hear, why it is so important to listen properly?
Barriers to inclusion
Equity vs Equality, what is the difference?
Why do we need Equity, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Lets look at labels, why inclusion is so important to me
Hear my voice - Empowering patient voice, supporting safe and effective storytelling.
What is a story?
Barriers to telling your story
Good and bad communication
Looking after yourself
Protecting yourself (and others)
How to structure your story
Have a go
How did it feel?
From Patient to Peer Leader - Looking at a persons journey and allowing their story to be told, but then to be used for progress to the systems.
Helping people build up their story
How to pitch your story
Parking your story but using your voice for organisational change
Promoting lived experience
Mental Health Awareness - Talking candidly about mental health and why we need to talk about it more to reduce the stigma.
Social Prescribing - What is it and why it might help people might feel the benefit of a social prescription or the use of a link worker.
Suicide awareness and prevention - Openly discussing suicide and offering more trauma informed ways to speak about it. Helping to reduce stigma.
Using Creative approaches for health and wellbeing - Supporting the use of creativity for all. Supporting staff to stay well through creative approaches.
Peer Support - Supporting lived experience both internal and external to the NHS and why it is so important we value people with lived experience
Recovery and hope in mental health - from surviving to thriving, what recovery means and how we can promote people to live a life worth living.
Neurodiversity and mental health - What is the difference? How we can support people with their diagnosis
What's in a label? - Looking beyond the diagnosis, see the person first and the diagnosis second. How important it is to look holistically at people.
(Please note these can be altered/co-produced according to your needs & requirements).
Fully qualified KUF trainer/facilitator providing sessions across the Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber regions
The Knowledge and Understanding Framework is a co-led concept that focuses on working compassionately and effectively with people who identify as having complex emotional needs/personality disorder.
KUF Courses available include:
3-day Multi-Agency including; NHS mental health, social care, Charities, VCFSE and housing
2-day Criminal Justice, Forensic Mental Health, Police, Probation and Prison staff