Viv is pleased to announce she has recently become a qualified MHFA (Mental Health First Aider) through her training with MHFA Englandvia the Royal British Legion, HQ in London. Viv runs her own coaching business as well as currently working as a part-time Wellbeing Assistant for the RBL in Somerset.
Viv now has in depth, practical skills to support wellbeing whilst providing first aid to people who may be experiencing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, suicide, PTSD or psychosis.
Primarily supporting people serving in The Armed Forces or Ex-Armed Forces Communities in the South West of England, such knowledge of mental health issues can be applied to the wider community via its application through Viv’s coaching in corporate settings or within a personal life coaching context. Through her role as a coach & wellbeing assistant, Viv’s purpose is to support positive mental health and wellbeing through raising awareness of resilience processes.
Due to the success of our previous post-adoption discovery walks and talk in the nurturing hands of nature, we are extending our reach by continuing to offer a safe and welcoming space for adult adoptees born between 1950 -1979 to share, compare or just listen to others about their adoption experiences.
The aims of the walks are for you to create connections and friendships with other adult adoptees primarily in the South West which may help you reflect, review, create new meaning or develop a fresh perspective of your journey as an adoptee. Please contact Viv here (your walk facilitator) for more information. The walks are free.
After the launch of our 1st successful Discovery walk aimed at sharing adoption experiences and supporting adoptees who were placed for adoption between 1950-1970, we are running our 2nd Post-adoption Discovery walk in Taunton, Somerset on Saturday 8th June, 2019. If you wish to participate and meet other adoptees to share your experiences in a welcoming and safe group as we walk and talk in nature, weather permitting, please contact Viv here for further details. I look forward to hearing from you.
Saturday March 30th 2019 – 10.30 am 11.30 am , Taunton, Somerset.
I welcome you into a comfortable space and invite you to meet with other adoptees to begin conversations about adoption experiences. The meeting is aimed for people adopted between 1950-1979 as I have identified there is limited post-adoption support for this age group and wish to address this. The first meeting is free. Please contact me on this email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. I looks forward to your reply, Viv