What we’re up to… News in brief.

This Can Happen Award Best Consultancy 2021 - Petros - Prof. Jo Clarke

We are absolutely thrilled to be winners of the This Can Happen 2021 Mental Health Consultancy Award!

Find out more about our award winning submission here…

Making the most of your natural resources; You and your neurotransmitters!

How to be Kind to Your Mind - blog post - Petros

Jo is delivering a talk aligning with the theme of “nature” for this year’s Mental Health Awareness week for the GMC staff. The talk encourages us to think about own very own natural resources and how to harness them to promote our personal wellbeing.

Top Marks for Team
We were pleased to be the only team to receive top marks for “Knowledge, Capability and Experience of those who will be performing the Services” in a recent tender bid for Health Education England.

We’re delighted to be working with Amari Metals Ltd, supporting their mental health strategy development.

Sitting in the bath - be honest with yourself - PetrosHave you caught up with our latest Good Stuff Blogs?

Each one with a different take, a thoughtful theme around the human and the resilient.

UK First!

We are now fully accredited to deliver the one-day Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) training programme.


Films, press and articles

“Insightful, inspiring, effective. Real life skills for the real world…” Discover what Petros is all about from Professor Jo Clarke.

We are currently working on a programme to support ‘blue light’ occupations. Meet former Police Officer Ed Simpson and hear first-hand his experiences with stress and PTSD. Full film to be launched later this year…   Video production: Juice Learning

“79% of officers have experienced feelings of stress and anxiety in the previous 12 months, with 94% of those saying their job made it worse.” Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) survey 2018 read the BBC article here.

What's Important Now? Petros MugAVAILABLE NOW: our Petros mugs are in our shop.

Great for a brew and handy reminder of “what’s important now?”, at home or on your desk at work.