In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, we invited apprentices, employers and training providers to join our workshops with celebrity performance psychologist, Sam Bishop.

Boost Your Motivation: Monday 10th May


Mental Health Awareness Week runs from the 10th – 16th May. Amazing Apprenticeships, in partnership with Gen. Healthy Minds and the BAME Apprenticeship Network, held two very special 60 minute workshops with celebrity performance psychologist, Sam Bishop.

Workshop 1: was for apprentices (current or past)

Workshop 2: was for employers, training providers and anyone who supports/works with apprentices.

Mental Health Awareness Week is a very important week, especially in these challenging times. Approximately one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. Mental Health Awareness Week aims to get people talking about their mental health and to reduce the stigma that can stop people from asking for help.

Both workshops were free of charge.

What the workshops included:

The Boost your motivation workshops will include:
– Motivation and the impact on our Mental Health and Wellbeing
– Long term vs Short term motivation
– The toughest opponent is ourselves
– Our intentions vs Our reality
– The importance of taking back control
– Know your WHY and motivation will follow

Who is Sam Bishop?

Sam Bishop of Gen. Healthy Minds will be delivering these fantastic workshops. Sam is an Executive Coach, Accredited Psychotherapist, a Consultative Supervisor and a University Lecturer. His passion is working with people, Sam thrives in environments where he can facilitate self-growth and help individuals to identify and overcome their challenges. He helps people to fulfil their own potential.

Watch the Workshops

Please click below to view the recordings or access the slides.

Apprentices       Employers/providers   Workshop Slides




For more information on Wellbeing and Mindfulness, visit our wellbeing page to discover more workshops, resources and support.

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