Primary care

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We offer training for GPs, nurses and allied healthcare professionals working in primary care, to increase their knowledge, confidence and skills in managing patients’ mental health and wellbeing.

Our workshops – delivered both online and in person - are suitable for GP CPD events, GP trainees, practice teams, school nurses, specialist primary care mental health workers, medical students, family, patient and community groups and multi-disciplinary health groups including charities and voluntary groups.

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Why mental health education is required in primary care

Primary care is a vital first point of contact for people with mental health problems

For General Practitioners

Evidence based materials for GPs

For nurses and allied healthcare professionals

Support for practice nurses and AHPs

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Online training

We offer live online training sessions on many mental health topics

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About our training

Positive. Practical. Proven. These are the guiding principles of our mental health training

"Katie was an excellent trainer, she was incredibly clever, patient, and understanding. She clearly is passionate about the topic."

from a line management service

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"Jenny was personable, engaging, interesting and knowledgeable...she engaged the students well: her delivery was confident and her content relevant and useful."

from a school tutor

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"Andy was enthusiastic and passionate. Staff and pupils found the workshops engaging and informative."

from a head teacher

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"Dick was excellent. He shaped his presentation to suit his audience and responded to feedback from us to adapt his video so that it was perfect for his audience."

from a teacher

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"Inspirational trainer who gave a powerful presentation and real, lived experience which helped me understand. Thank you Annabelle, you are making a difference to mental health."

from a Year 4 teacher

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