Our eLearning courses look more specifically at underlying concepts that support performance.
Using established Psychological techniques a performer can overcome performance issues and setbacks, especially after being educated as to their existence. Once the performer has acquired a full picture of the requirements of what it takes to deliver a complete performance, then they can start to take the steps that will allow consistent performance improvements to emerge.
As far back as the Ancient Greek Philosophers mankind has pondered the questions that are relative to our happiness and Well-being.
Challenges to our mental health from life events or the disappointments that are sometimes experienced while performing in sport, business or education, can interfere with our sense of well being and ultimately disrupt performance.
Along the continuum of Mental Health, Well Being & Performance certain principles when followed, can protect the individual and support progress towards a healthy life balance.
The topic of Mental Health and the prevalence of vulnerable groups amongst broad sections of society, has finally and rightly started to receive attention and focus.
As a result Mental health is now being discussed in all levels of society, more individuals of all walks of life are revealing struggles they once kept secret. Whilst help seeking must be encouraged at all levels. Current statistics suggest 60% or higher of people suffering with their mental health will not seek help from others. In male dominated sporting environments this silent majority often climbs above 80%.
AIM FOR is concerned with the absence of help for this silent majority who for a variety of reasons do not seek help? What can we do to provide them with the guidance, support and encouragement they desperately need?
The AIM FOR Safety Net was one of the world’s first “online” mental health platforms with multiple media resources providing evidence based guidance and support for a wide range of the most common Mental Health issues.
Our new range of short courses will shortly be launched taking this support further with a focus on early interventions and self-help for this forgotten group.