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From Planning Suicide To Contemplating Resilience

From Darkness to Resilience: A Personal Journey through Trauma, Healing, and Mental Health Advocacy.

45 mins
45 mins
45 mins

Trauma has formed a big part of Josh's life, from working through his own to now helping others to heal themselves.

In this talk Josh will talk about the events that led up to him feeling like suicide was his only option, how he got through that period and out the other side, and how he has gone on to be a hugely successful resilience coach and public speaker on all things mental health.

Josh will also touch on aspects of trauma that people who have lost someone to suicide may feel, and how we as a society can open up to allow those that have lost to properly feel and process that loss.


Josh Connolly is one of the most prominent voices and advocates for mental health in the UK, speaking regularly on TV and radio on the topic, giving his unique take on what it is to be resilient and how to look after our mental health.

What customers say...

We absolutely loved this session as a team, it felt incredibly relevant and helpful in our personal and work lives. I think one of the best parts about it is that it felt so tailored to working in a HR team, and this is the type of training I am sure many businesses are calling out for, but it doesn't really exist as a HR standalone piece. Josh is so down to earth and approachable that everything flows even in areas that make you feel uncomfortable talking about them. We left with some really practical ideas and ways to communicate better and try to release our pressures at the end of the day. Much needed and appreciated by the whole team.

£2,000 - £3,000
*Pricing is dependant upon format, duration and location.
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