Training

One in four of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lives.  As we continue to live and work within a new and evolving landscape, here at West Kent Mind we are acutely aware that ensuring the positive mental health and wellbeing of ourselves and those around us at home and work is more important – yet more difficult – than ever.

We offer a varied and dynamic range of training opportunities and courses for individuals and businesses. Our courses will give you the tools and confidence you need to look after your own mental health and wellbeing, to support others and to respond in a helpful, supportive and non-stigmatising way.

View our calendar of training courses and wellbeing workshops (currently delivered online) for the end of this year and early 2021 here

We are constantly adapting and developing what we offer and we are able to offer bespoke programmes, so if you would like to discuss a particular requirement please email our Training & Development team or call 01732 744950 and Lucy, Ceri, Lorna or Sue will get back to you.

Meet Ceri and Lucy from our training team

Course Feedback

We’re delighted to share this feedback from our recent course participants. If you’re interested in any of our courses and want to find out more do get in touch with us today.

The course was well delivered and was a very supportive group in which to explore understanding and express concerns in a non-judgemental way.”

“Anxiety & Depression can affect everyone differently, and being able to understand that impact is so important, especially when working in a role where it is very common. This training helped me understand the early signs and triggers better and will help me to use it to help others”

“I was impressed with delivery of the trainer and her openness to some difficult questions. She obviously knew a lot about this subject, both from experience and research. She was also passionate about passing on her knowledge and experience to help adults learn how to approach and help distressed children and YP. I very much benefited from learning about this difficult subject.”

A recently qualified group of Mental Health First Aiders!