in2gr8 Mentoring and PeerSpace
A mentoring relationship has the main aim of supporting the mentee to reflect and build confidence so that they can understand more about the environment they find themselves in, and take control over their own personal and professional development both in and outside of the workplace.
At in2gr8mentalhealth we offer in2gr8mentoring, this is one-to-one mentoring, or mentoring in a small group of up to eight people, called a PeerSpace. We are flexible and offer one-off check in sessions or more, depending on what your goal is. All mentoring requests start with a free discussion to find out if this fits for you.
Who can access in2gr8mentoring?
Our mentoring services are open to trainee and qualified registered mental health professionals, and registered or accredited therapists, also those aspiring to be in the mental health professions. You have lived or living experience of mental health difficulties. You may be in work, not currently in work, or between workplaces. You may be anywhere in your personal journey.
We recognise that it is often difficult as a mental health professional to find safe spaces to discuss issues, including intersectionality, that can arise in navigating your personal and professional journey when it comes to your lived experience of mental health problems. We provide an independent and impartial space to help you explore. We are peers who are open about having lived experience of mental health difficulties as professionals ourselves. We are experienced in navigating the themes and feelings that can arise and the systems around us in this area. We provide a unique perspective and can help reduce the feeling of isolation that stigma will want to perpetuate. We won't let it.
For more information about in2gr8mentoring, click here to access our introductory guide to one to one and Peerspace mentoring.
Book below to have an initial conversation with one of our Directors
If you would like to access mentoring, we start with a free initial chat with one of our Directors, then we offer different fees depending on if you are working (£80), if you are currently not in work or on benefits (concession fee - £40) or if you are a student or trainee (£60). The peer space is charged at £20 per person per group. We are actively looking for funding to help reduce these costs to those who would like mentoring. If you are a returning mentee, please contact us via our contact page.
Please note, Dr Natalie Kemp is a Clinical Tutor for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, she is unable to see any current trainees or applicants to that course, please book in with Dr Anna Sicilia for your mentoring request. Natalie will be importing her in2gr8mentalhealth knowledge and experience directly into her Clinical Tutor work on the course.