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The SHE Show Thrash Out: Overcoming Adversity and Resilience... Flip Your Emotions


Jul 15, 2021 09:42 AM

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Duncan Aspin
HSEQS Director @VolkerStevin
Duncan has worked in construction for over 30 years both operationally on site and as a health and safety professional. He has extensive experience in designing and implementing successful behaviour change within organisations and champions embracing a positive, inclusive and solution focused culture.
Jason Anker MBE
Chairman and Director @Anker and Marsh
After a tragic workplace fall 28 years ago left Jason confined to a wheelchair without the use of his legs, he identified as a survivor of his accident, focusing on physical recovery and turning to a combination of alcohol and drugs to cope. He was overwhelmed by self-blame and shame and too proud to say that he needed help as he believed he was helping those around him by shielding them from his true inner struggles. Today, he speaks openly and honestly about his mental health crisis and no longer hides his feelings, preferring instead to spend his time living in the present and thriving.
Matt Coleclough
Psychotherapist @Manchester Anxiety Help
Matt’s passion and knowledge in mental health primarily comes from many years of mental torture in his teenage years/early twenties in the form of panic disorder and agoraphobia. Deeply empowered once recovered he helped set up a mental health charity to provide understanding to sufferers of anxiety disorders through a support group. The charity grew over the coming years and now provides six different weekly support groups covering a wide range of mental health disorders and also has its own Crisis Team with referrals from the NHS. In 2014, Matt qualified as a Psychotherapist and has since specialised in helping anxiety and depression sufferers through his private clinic. He began providing mental health training in the workplace in 2018 often providing training to existing Mental Health First Aiders and has been involved in many exciting projects both within and outside the workplace.
Matt Hazelton
21st January 2011, four men went to work and never came home again. Matt tragically lost two brothers and two best friends on a site he was managing as director of a company. Matt had to balance the unspeakable personal loss with the constant hassle he received from the media and the court case he had to endure as a director. Matt will openly talk about his personal struggles the traumatic effect this had on his mental health and will share ways he’s learnt to cope and the importance of speaking up.