THE INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOSYNTHESIS
We offer a programme that has at the heart of it an in-depth exploration of the inner world of the individual and their existential and soul’s journey; a journey towards the realisation of a spiritual reality as well as the exploration of the psychological disturbances consequent to that realisation.
JOHN AND AARON
At Nightingale, we believe a systemic approach is needed to prevent mental health difficulties, and to help students live happier and fulfilling lives.
To do this we design digital solutions for both schools and students.
We give students a personalised app that allows them to understand, manage and improve their mental wellbeing. The insight from the app allows us to show schools how their processes and environment impact on the wellbeing of students.
TALK FOR HEALTH
The Talk for Health social enterprise was set up by Psychotherapist Nicky Forsythe to demystify therapeutic talk, making it more accessible, human and everyday.
Our core programme is Talk for Health, which teaches the skills of authentic talking, empathic listening and managing a group. This enables people to set up effective ongoing groups for connection and wellbeing.
During a dance, and particularly a MoveMe session, you’re part of a group, a unit, a community, a family. Whether you’ve know them for five minutes or fifty years, dancing creates and strengthens bonds between individuals and groups as a whole. It’s something about being all in it together, taking on a new challenge and supporting each other.
CIVA is an Innovations Centre founded in 1995 to develop, pilot and fund new ideas for addressing social problems
As an Educational Psychologist, I work with the most disadvantaged members of society; those whose voices are ignored or minimised in public debate. Education must evolve to promote individual liberty and personal flourishing and away from the dehumanising exam-driven tyranny of today.
My doctorate thesis and published articles shine a light on how the most vulnerable young people and families struggle to cope within the confines of our inflexible education system. A system that subtly incentivises their exclusion. My goal is to promote reform by genuinely listening to young people, parents, professionals and academic research.
Digital Cooldown is a programme that's all about helping people use the Internet in a healthier and more productive way. I've developed a practical approach to improving the way we use the internet so that we can focus on what matters most to us.
I am interested in how we can thrive in our current digital environment, which is often designed to maximise engagement through habit-forming design, often at the expense of well-being, face-to-face interaction and getting things done. I am interested in how people can achieve a life-tech balance.
MeeTwo is an award winning app that improves teenage wellbeing by making it easier to talk about difficult things. MeeTwo Education was founded by Kerstyn Comley, an education technologist and Free School founder and Suzi Godson, a psychologist and journalist.
reverse the trend
We work with children to create healthy habits that will last a life time. Working with Neuroscientists, Reverse The Trend Foundation has created the BOBS initiative which employs the Habit Cycle to reinforce physical, nutritional and emotional wellbeing.