What we offer at in2gr8mentalhealth Ltd
in2gr8mentalhealth Ltd advocates for the valuing, destigmatising and supporting of lived experience of mental health problems in mental health professionals. We work from the premise that we are all human and mental health problems are common in our human population, regardless of your professional role. Here at in2gr8mentalhealth Ltd we work with peers, training courses, professional bodies, workplaces and NHS trusts (the "pillars" of the mental health scene), offering a range of services from individual support to training and consulting for organisations, from the heart of our lived experience and experience of navigating the complexities that arise as part of being a mental health professional with lived experience of mental health difficulties.
We offer one-to-one mentoring aimed at mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health problems. We recognise that as mental health professionals it can be difficult to find safe spaces to discuss our lived experience and we hope to provide a space to help you navigate the complexities that can arise in our personal and professional journeys.
We offer consulting services to NHS trusts and organisations to promote more inclusive work cultures where lived experience of mental health problems is not seen as an issue but as an asset both at an individual and organisational level. We offer individualised packages to best suit the needs of your organisation. Visit the consulting page to know more.
Learning & Development Centre
We offer a programme of workshops and training sessions centred around lived experience of mental health problems in mental health professionals. These will be available to access from our learning centre and will include a mix of face-to-face sessions and online webinars. We also offer tailored packages of training for organisations.
We have a peer-support forum on our sister platform, tribe, powered by the in2gr8mentalhealth peer network of mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health problems. Click below to find out more and for information on how to sign up.
We are currently in the process of developing our advocacy services aimed at mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health problems who might find themselves in difficult situations in the workplace. Watch this space for further updates.