Mental Health Training

Mind Matters Mental Health Training

Here at Mind Matters Training, home of the Hug-in-a-Box©, we want to make a positive difference to you, whether that’s helping you to manage your own mental health and well-being, or to support someone else.

We want to encourage you to think about, talk about, and understand mental health so that you can achieve, enjoy, and manage a healthy life.

Mind Matters brings you the latest in mental health services, changes, improvements, and an opportunity to have a voice. We offer training in mental health, including the award winning suite of Mental Health First Aid courses, licensed by Mental Health First Aid England CIC. Our staff have a wealth of knowledge, skills, and experience in mental health that they want to share with others to improve lives.

Our customers include:

Abbey College (Cambridge); Ampleforth Abbey College; Barnsley College; Central Bedfordshire Council; Capita; Cannock Chase Council; Doncaster Community Arts; Hoyland Common Primary School; Hull City Council; I-DG; Inclusion Learning North; Kirk Balk Secondary School; 101 Digital Solutions; Outwood Academy; Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate; Sabden Multi-Academy Trust; Sheffield Futures; Unison (Rotherham Branch); Wakefield Metropolitan District Council; and Wincanton plc.

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Mind Matters was founded by Jane McNeice in 2015 following her work in mental health, both supporting businesses, and helping people with mental health problems to gain and retain work. Jane is a post-graduate, working in the field for 10 years, having qualifications in Human Resources, Criminology, and Vocational Rehabilitation. Jane is a qualified training instructor, and has delivered a wide range of courses for Mental Health First Aid England CIC. Jane has multi-sector experience, working in the private sector in logistics, public sector in the NHS, and for a third sector infrastructure organisation. Jane’s research studies have included: Victimisation of Asian Muslims post 7/7; The use of Mediation within Third Sector Workplaces; and Application of the Individual Placement & Support Model within Vocational Services.

Jane’s philosophy for Mind Matters…

“We want to make a positive difference to people’s mental health and well-being through awareness raising, self management, and accessing early intervention when it is required. We want to challenge stigma, and get people talking about their mental health like they would their physical health.”

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