0207 736 7107
07786 941 871
Jeremy Thomas Talks
110 Munster Road
London SW6 5RD
We offer a comprehensive range of keynote talks, employee talks, and tailored workshops that focus on the importance of mental health at work and the coping strategies drawn form a mental health tool kit. Prevention is better than cure being a mainstay message throughout the talks. Showing both employers and employees how to stay mentally well, through personal empowerment, and encouraging those suffering from poor health to get well and stay well through their own efforts and those of their colleagues.
- Common Sense
- Anger management
- Alcoholism and addiction
How to Stay Sane in an Insane World
Aimed at everyone from the top down
Jeremy’s talk is personal, authentic, funny, poignant, passionate, at times hard-hitting and is built around an informative and entertaining slide presentation which lasts for one hour with a Q and A session.
It features a trajectory of a mental illness, sometimes hair raising, funny, always honest and with a positive outcome. The talk includes:
- Understanding what mental health is
- Information, awareness and solutions for good mental health
- An in-depth look inside a mental health tool kit of coping strategies and good practice
Tailored activities to support positive mental health and emotional wellbeing
- Identifying mental health issues
- How best to use the toolkit and maintain best practice at work
- Supporting others
How to Stay Mentally Fit
For Management, HR and Line Managers
- Good mental health is good for business
- How to create Mental Wealth
- Prevention is better than cure – The warning signs of poor mental health
- A tool kit of mental health strategies
We work with individuals and teams. The sessions are tailored to support the desired outcome.
Jeremy Thomas will be a certified MHFA Instructor by early October 2017 and will be offering MHFA training and workshops later in the year. Details to follow.
Fear and shame make the prison of mental illness in families worse. Jeremy's talks are important. They are compassionate, informative, honest and very funny; humanising what can be distressing for the sufferer and those around them. I wish I'd heard him speak as a young person.
Hermione Norris, Actress