“I have attended other courses in the past about supporting staff, but this has to be one of the best courses I have ever done.”
– Consultant, NHS
Strongmind provides the highest quality, specialist training in; mental health awareness, Trauma Risk Management – TRiM, peer support and resilience. Our trainers have decades of experience in the delivery of this essential training to a wide range of organisations. Our purpose is to help you keep your people safe.
We specialise in Trauma Risk Management – TRiM – to help you better support colleagues and staff after traumatic events. We don’t offer clinical interventions, but we will help you manage the impact of critical incidents whatever their nature. Knowing how to exercise your duty of care to people who may have been involved in traumatic events is vital.
Strongmind was formed in 2015 by Richard Dorney MBE, MstJ, MSc. Richard served more than 38 years in the British Army where he was the non-clinical subject matter expert in Trauma Risk Management. Richard has assembled a team of highly experienced expert trainers in the fields of mental health awareness and trauma management.
We have delivered training to thousands of delegates across the UK in both public and private sectors and have without doubt helped them to better understand mental health. Our trainers are all military veterans and we were recognised as the best business scale up in the prestigious 2018 Soldiering on Awards.
We specialise in bespoke training, tailored to your organisation to achieve maximum effect. Our clients include: the UK Home Office, police and HM Prison service, NHS, Ministry of Defence, charities, local authorities and a wide range of corporate clients. We’d love to hear how we can help you.
Covid - 19
We are adhering to government guidelines and have therefore switched to delivering a few bespoke 'Instructor led short courses delivered virtually'. We are also working on our bank of e-learning courses which should be launched in the near future.
Here at Strongmind we wish you all well, and remember 'stay home, stay safe'.