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Managing Mental Wellbeing as a Father

2 to 99 people
1 session included
1 practitioner
£835.00+ VAT

Overview

Dads have a big role to play but the irony is that it is hard to find the time and techniques to manage the stresses and worries involved. Looking at workloads at the beginning of the week alone can drive negative thoughts: being a family taxi driver and home administrator, managing colleagues, suppliers and clients; family leader and role in the local communities…. and this does not include the one-offs event. Patrick Melville runs a workshop specifically for fathers. It is a workshop to learn about managing the stress, and the power of sharing thoughts in a safe and secure environment. You will learn how to manage your stress and be a better father. The workshop is run in 2 sessions and includes the topics: Normalising the stigmas against a Dad’s mental health Discovering the triggers that drive a ‘automatic negative thoughts (ANTs) Understanding how Dads can manage their stress in their ‘Stress Container’ and have closure on negative issues through MMS’ ‘Circle of Strength’ and ‘Personal Branding’. Why and how sharing is important and how to find the safe places. How to be a positive Dad to guide spouses, siblings and other family members to support their mental health.

Practitioners

Patrick Melville

Patrick Melville

Patrick started working in marketing over 20 years. He had the best job: traveling around South America and Europe with his own business card and being taken to the best restaurants as a media buyer in airport media. He broadened his marketing expertise to work in media agencies and ended up running a team of 40 people around the world for UBS. In 2013, MMS was founded to provide a consultancy service to all areas of business - client, suppliers, consultancies and associations. Mental Health has always been a passion especially in 2017 when Patrick was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He is currently in remission and continues to use life and academic experience to support the Mental Health of clients.

FAQs

  1. Will all employees be able to book programmes on the GetZeN platform?

    Bookings can only be made via allocated and registered contacts who can log in to their profile.

  2. Are individuals' names shared with the employee diagnostic outcomes?

    All names are anonymised and confidential. The diagnostic will only show the overall outcomes relating to anxiety, stress, energy, sense of wellbeing & productivity.

  3. Can we get in touch if we can’t find the programme we need?

    Of course, we work closely with all of our clients to find the right practitioner and programme to suit your needs.

  4. Do you have a library of pre-recorded content we can access?

    Not yet, that’s something we’re working on behind the scenes.

  5. Can I meet with the practitioner before the programme takes place?

    We go through an extremely thorough vetting process with all of our practitioners, so you can rest assured that they will be of the highest standard for your organisation. However, as we first start to work with clients we can organise a 10min introduction with our practitioners.

  6. How often will we receive the GetZeN diagnostic outcomes?

    For those who take part in the end to end GetZeN diagnostic, we will report quarterly. However, we are working towards a way where we can integrate this into your client profile so you can see the outcomes weekly.

  7. Can you offer taster sessions?

    We can do this, please get in touch to find out more.

  8. What happens if I need to reschedule or cancel a booking?

    Please see our T&C’s for rescheduling and cancellation policies.

  9. Will you be offering on-site services again?

    We monitor the government guidance closely and as soon as we can safely and responsibly provide programmes in your place of work we will be happy to.