Helping those who promote Mental Health to manage their own well being.

The MHWB Network provides ongoing Support, Learning & Development.

 

Yvette Dooley

Welcome to the MHWB Network. 

I myself have experienced the frustration of burn out along with the pain of anxiety and depression as a result of workplace stress. I fulfilled the duties of a role I was highly skilled for however, being left without adequate supervision for myself lead to consequences which proved to be costly to myself and the organisation I worked for.


Over twenty years of coaching and mentoring experience has left me with deep and relative knowledge of strategies which are highly effective and those which have proven to be ineffective. In addition, I have a clear vision of how to help leaders Build a Culture of Mental Health & Well Being (MHWB).

The MHWB Network adds value by providing ongoing support, learning and development for individuals and teams  sustaining progress and effective management while minimising costs with measurable outcomes.

 

EVENTS

 Mental Health In the Workplace

With

Ross Ashcroft

Head of School

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Gang Violence & Knife Crime

With

Vince Donovan

Safety Solutions Training

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With

Tony Kelly

Red Card Gambling Education Project

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Achieving Extended SEND Practice

With

Emma Pinnock

Essential Education Group

Domestic Abuse & Trauma

With

Rachel Kami

Red Card Gambling Education Project

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Gambling Addition & Youth

Autism & Anxiety: How do we support pupils?

With

Emma Griffiths

NW Autism & SEND

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The Neurodiversity Masterclass.

With

Jude Morrow

About Neurodiversity Training International.

Reducing Suicide

With

Mary Anne Crook

ASIST - Suicide Intervention Training

CB

Service Manager

Place 2 Be

I've gained lots of ideas to incorporate into my own supervision and training practice. I found the conference to be immensely useful, getting to know other organisations and their work, particularly around referral routines. 

C.R

SENDCo

The Sixth Form College Solihull

The conference introduced me to strategies, ideas and the chance to network with other professionals. I found sharing good  practice to be useful.

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