Our very own Nick Wilson, founder of Working Minds Matter, has been invited to talk at several higher education conferences, including the HEBCon conference taking place this March in Dundee, regarding the business continuity of a University following any traumatic situation that takes place, here in the UK and globally. Nick will be specifically talking […]
We are very proud to announce that we have partnered with HCS Safety, to assist in the provision of their Mental Health First Aid (MHFA Adult) courses, as HCS Safety continues to provide a comprehensive health and safety training and consultancy service. They aim to be professional, friendly and down to earth at all times, […]
New for 2019 is our Mind Wellness Ambassador one day course. The course provides a better understanding of Mental Health combined with the necessary skills to recognise possible signs and symptoms in themselves or others, the confidence to initiate a conversation at the appropriate time and empowered to provide the right information to someone in […]
We are extremely excited to launch our new short animated video of the Stress Container. It is the first of its kind in the UK and we feel that it explains in a more simplistic manner how stress builds up inside of us, how it impacts on our day to lives and provides some great […]
Welcome to the ‘Let’s Talk Mental Health’ Podcast of Nick Wilson, whose aim is to provide a better understanding of Mental Health, from both a professional and personal view point. This will include very open, honest and ‘real’ accounts that some may find distressing, it is only included to bring additional value to you and […]
Don’t you think it is a failing of society, that so much pressure is placed on the younger generation over whether they succeed or fail at something and that success is measured by the higher percentage gained during exams or the greater wage they eventually get paid in life? As we slowly begin to gain […]
Working Minds Matter, with its main office located in Bicester, Oxfordshire is a fast-expanding mind wellness consultancy and training company who have just taken an exciting step forward as the business continues to grow via word of mouth reputation, professionalism and a fresh, unique way of approaching workplace mental health. Nick Wilson is the […]
Suicide is the single biggest cause of death for men under the age of 49 in the UK, with 84 men a week taking their own lives, some three times higher than women. The UK has seen its largest drop in suicide numbers than the past twenty years, however, universities have reported a record number […]
For my final #Route66 Vlog, just to mix it up a bit, you can either watch it or read through the editorial below. Either way you will here about: Acceptance, Resilience, Embracing Weakness and assumed failures, Teamwork, Respect and Trust, not to mention TWO key points for you to take away. You need to read on to find these out though…. […]
It’s been exhausting, emotional, inspiring, exhausting and everything in between. In this last Stateside video from yesterday, Amy tells the story of how #BTFTW started, the journey it took as well as the remarkable tale of John Baca awarded Medal of Honor and a huge supporter of Bike Tours for the Wounded. Please watch and […]
A really interesting and engaging session today, thank you so much for attending. It’s not often that such a session will provide a full action plan for an organisation and some really key areas to address, in order to address Mental Health within the workplace. Highly recommended any organisation having Nick come in and speak to your staff, your managers or your leaders! Thanks again Nick!
– Katy Frith, HR Manager, Havebury
I highly recommend Nick, the depth of his knowledge and the manner in which he openly talks about a subject that affects so many lives is nothing short of inspiring.
– Danny Morgan Tech IOSH, Health, Safety & Facilities Manager
It was a pleasure and an honour to have you in this morning to speak about PTSD Nick, I know the team took away some great insight and learning around this topic. Thank you
– Glen Clayton, Aspire Oxford