Testimonials

A group of adults workshopping a mental health first aid activity, working together to arrange A4 pages on the floor.

There is a common theme to the testimonials and feedback we receive, and it all comes back to our reasons for doing what we do.

Our mental health first aid training is tailored and led by Engel who brings her experience, natural compassion, and determination to help others. This helps course participants feel relaxed and engaged, so they’re able to focus on the content and feel confident about participating in the course.

It’s a genuine approach that shows in our feedback and it makes us feel pretty proud.

What our mental health course participants are saying

“Engel had lots of anecdotes and real-life examples of the content we were learning – the delivery allowed for many different learning styles too.”


“Engel was very warm, open-hearted, and professional.”


“A well-presented course, run by a very passionate instructor.”


“Engel kept everyone engaged with the course and you could see how knowledgeable she is in the field of mental health.”


“Awesome course. Great life skills taught by a passionate instructor.”


“Engel was so engaging … it was great that she had so much knowledge and practical experience to share with us.”


“Perfect instructor to facilitate this course … very approachable, relatable and easy to talk to …”


“Great teaching of the course. Thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge.”


“Engel is very knowledgeable on the subject and kept it interesting by using real-life examples.”


“Engel’s enthusiasm made the course really enjoyable.”


Group of smiling adults posing at the completion of a Mental Health First Aid course in Northam, ramed by a Mental Strides and Men's Health Day banner
Eight men, mostly wearing high-visibility trade wear, complete a practical mental health first aid exercise around a  table.

“We work in pretty stressful conditions, with long hours away. The training, especially the role-playing, gave me the tools to recognise and help out anyone who is struggling.”

Manager and Supervisor (Construction), February 2021


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