The very nature of Kiddicare’s customer base meant that employees were often faced with the trauma of post natal depression. Mental Health training for his employees was a crucial part of his employees’ overall training as early as the 70s and 80s. Founder Neville Wrigth talks through some of his experiences.
Many, especially those suffering, may scoff at Kate’s claim to be able to reduce the effects of depression within two weeks, but Kate is willing to make a bold statement. The Thrive Programme can absolutely help anyone through depression if they stick to her plan. And the effects will be noticeable within two to three weeks.Read More
‘I had a burning desire to get the message out there’ John Clarke talks to Kate about his journey through alcohol, drugs, prison and OCD to successful business owner and mentor. In this candid interview, John shares his experiences and reflects on the many experiences that he has successfully used as drivers for both personalRead More
Paul Lowe, the host and creator of the Speaking From Our Hearts podcast, is a firm believer in his three pillars of success in life: purpose, prosperity and philanthropy. Purpose gives us a reason to get out of bed in the morning, and through achieving prosperity, we can truly learn to enjoy our lives. ButRead More
According to NHS Digital, in 2018, 70.9 million prescriptions for antidepressants were given out. It has increased significantly from the 2017’s record of 67.5 million. And to put more perspective into this horror, 10 years before that, in 2008, the number was just 36 million. In my latest episode of the Mental Health Revolution podcast,Read More
In this episode of the Mental Health Revolution Podcast, Kate talks to Lyn Smith A.K.A. The Queen of Hearts, about her career, her passion for helping others, and her personal stories that significantly made her what she is today. Lyn shares today the emotional and traumatic experiences she has to go through since he wasRead More
Welcome to The Mental Health Revolution Podcast. In today’s episode, your host Kate Ashley-Norman discusses legislation around Mental Health and how it should change. How the workplace should take responsibility for their employees Mental Health and 5 steps to taking control of Mental Health at work.
This is a deeply important issue. Developing a deeper understanding of suicide is vital in our quest to reduce current suicide rates. Professor Rory O’Connor is director of the Suicide Research Lab at Glasgow University, and gives his fascinating, and sometimes surprising insights, into his work.
What happens beyond the gates of psychiatric hospitals? In this latest episode of the Mental Health Revolution Podcast, Kate interviews a psychiatric hospital worker, who requested to stay anonymous. Mental institutions are meant to be there to help service users recover from their mental distress. The reality is far from this. Bullying, discrimination, lack ofRead More
Jason Wasser’s accreditations include licenced marriage and family therapist and certified neuro-emotional technique practitioner, he has worked across sports, TV, business and the corporate world. “I believe everyone in the world should have a therapist and coach to help them minimise their life stress and maximise their potential.” “I see everything as a relational dynamic, aboutRead More