Please find our latest news and upcoming training dates below…
Our next TRiM (trauma risk management) all comers' courses take place in Exeter in October 2015:
TRiM Practitioners – 12 & 13 October
TRiM Managers – 14 & 15 October
All comers' courses are an ideal opportunity for individuals to become TRiM trained or for organisations thinking of holding a corporate course to come along and see March on Stress in action! Please click here for more details and booking.
Advanced Mentoring Skills is a one day workshop designed to give you practical information and tools to support colleagues in the workplace.
Our next workshop takes place in Exeter on Friday 16 October. It's an excellent opportunity for TRiM trained personnel to further enhance their supportive skills. Contact us to book your place.
We've introduced a new workshop ideal for staff where they may be exposed to any occupational or operational stress or trauma – from day-to-day pressures of work; isolated or remote working; to exposure to potential trauma.
If a crisis strikes, we can provide immediate psychological and mental health support services for your organisation – including directly to employees.
We are on hand to help you deal with either the psychological 'aftermath' to a significant incident, crisis, or trauma, or, indeed, to be involved as the incident unfolds and continues. This help can take the form of advice and support to senior management, line management, or support and treatment for those staff directly involved and their families and colleagues. Read more on our crisis response services here or contact us at email@example.com.
We are pleased to announce a new March on Stress office in Perth, Western Australia. This is great news as we continue to grow and provide our expert psychological services around the world. Workplace mental health is high on the agenda down under; with a new report by Western Australian Government recommending increased support for its large population of 'fly in, fly out' workers in the mining industry. For more on this, please click here.
We receive lots of great feedback about our trainers and are proud of the high standard of training we provide. Read more here.
We've been updating the March on Stress website to ensure all the information you need about us and our services is a simple click away. With further developments planned, including greater contact options and online payment facilities we hope to continue to make it bigger and better. Get in touch if you have any feedback via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annual Regional UKPTS Conference takes place from 2 to 4 December, 2015, in Cardiff.
The conference will include a series of half and full day accredited workshops aimed at those members currently undertaking, or wishing to commence, the ESTSS (European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies) Certificate in Psychotraumatology.
For more details please visit http://www.ukpts.co.uk/next-event.html.
March on Stress Director, Professor Neil Greenberg has been shortlisted for the prestigious award of psychiatrist of the year 2015 at the Royal College of Psychiatrists annual awards.
The awards will take place in London on 10 November 2015 and mark the highest level of achievement in psychiatry.
Congratulations to all those shortlisted. Click here for more information about the awards.
Following on from a highly successful event last year, this one day conference will again be hosted by the King's Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR). Taking place on 10 March 2016, presentations will be wide ranging and will focus on how best to improve services for Veterans and Service Families. For more details and to book please click here.
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