Daniel Read, operations manager

Daniel is operations manager at Ashburton Prescribing and now a qualified Mental Health First Aider after completing our two day course. Read on to find out what Daniel gained from the course. What did you take home from the course? One of the main things was about allowing people space to talk about what they […]

Daniel Read, operations manager

Daniel is operations manager at Ashburton Prescribing and now a qualified Mental Health First Aider after completing our two day course. Read on to find out what Daniel gained from the course.

What did you take home from the course?

One of the main things was about allowing people space to talk about what they want to talk about and resist the temptation to get involved in the dialogue, you know it’s not about the conversation it’s more about the individual offloading what they’re feeling. Listening can make a massive difference.

Who would you recommend the course to?

I think it would be incredibly useful for someone who’s maybe got a bit of trepidation or misunderstanding about mental health, especially you know in day to day life, so I think it would really open people’s eyes to it.

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