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Sport and Community Mental Health

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Sport and Community Mental Health

Matthew attended our Mental Health Awareness and First Aid training course, which we ran on behalf of Fusion Lifestyle.  Fusion were the first sport and leisure management organisation to invest in its staff with the new AIQ level 2 qualification.  With Ad-lib Training specialising in the delivery, Matthew has caught up with our Director Rebecca to discuss the need for these type of courses in the sector, how he has utilised the qualification in the workplace to support colleagues and customers, as well as his experience of the day…

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Your Health Over Easter

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Your Health Over Easter

Use this Easter to reset physically and mentally. Should you want to stay focused then have a read of our top ten tips to keep you on track over the Easter break…

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Decluttering For Your Mental Health

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Decluttering For Your Mental Health

When you’ve had a tougher time than usual, have you ever stopped, paused and looked around you?  I definitely have and been surprised by what I see and feel…. Can your environment really affect your mood and your mental health?  It sure can!

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Sharing Our Vision..

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Sharing Our Vision..

At Ad-Lib Training, we always like to connect with others who share our vision to promote mental wellbeing and physical activity in the community.

Rebecca has been catching up with our partner Reinvent Lifestyle. Warwick Wyatt shares all about his motivations, the brand and what the future holds.

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Meet Shakira... Investing In Her Future

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Meet Shakira... Investing In Her Future

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Acute Occupational Therapy Team commissioned Ad-Lib Training to help them deliver their vision of supporting their mental health patients adopt a healthier and more active lifestyle.  Shakira successfully completed and passed the course.  Articulate and with a passion for physical activity and health Shakira kindly agreed to share her thoughts a year after passing her assessment.  

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