The Jordan Legacy is delighted to have partnered with Therapy Centre Services, who are an established Counselling Service and an Organisational Member of the BACP providing a wide range of counselling services and solutions for individuals (adult & children) and employers.
TCS offer online and telephone counselling services for as little £30 (£25 if you reference The Jordan Legacy CIC in the Additional Information section of the referral form). You can refer someone you know or self-refer by following this link.
Their private counselling service provides access to counselling appointments for as long as you need them and the service is not time-limited (they do not limit clients to 6-8 sessions) like many Charities or free counselling services.
Therapy Centre Services aim to offer affordable and accessible counselling services to people presenting with any presenting issue, either personal or work related.
The TCS TEAM
The TCS team consists of Counsellors in Training and Qualified Counsellors who provide clients with a safe and confidential place for them to explore their thoughts, and feelings which may be causing distress or difficulty.
They offer a non-judgemental space for all client and all of their team work in accordance with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy’s Ethical Framework; BACP’s Ethical Framework
TCS counsellors use a variety of counselling approaches to suit the individual needs of the client (Integrative Counselling, Person Centred Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focussed Therapy, EFT and more).
Should you specifically want to work with a Qualified Counsellor please advise this at the initial contact. All of the team though, are trained to a high level of competency to practice with Therapy Centre Services.
Full details about Therapy Centre Services can be found on their website here
Educated at Durham and Newcastle Universities, Dick has been an English teacher, rugby coach and, for almost 23 years, a headteacher. In September 2011, Dick’s 3rd son, Barney, took his own life.
Since losing Barney to suicide, Dick has spoken at over 350 schools, businesses, universities and conferences around the world about his passion for the emotional and mental health of young people.
In 2012 he became an instructor for Mental Health First Aid, a trainer of the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and attended an ASIST course focusing on suicide intervention. Dick has appeared on BBC Breakfast, ITN News, BBC Radio 5 Live and numerous local radio stations and gave a TEDx talk in 2015 and a Head talk in 2018.
Dick provides talks to teachers, young people and parents and also to businesses cover a range of inter-related topics such as:
Grief and loss
Teenage malaise or emerging mental ill-health?
Tips for coping with your adolescent
Tips for your adolescent coping with you!
Is your business mentally healthy?
Each talk is tailored to the profile, needs and style of the audience. He also offers to review a school’s provision, its policies and its approach and to make suggestions for the future with a view to becoming a mentally healthier school.
Youth Mental Health First Aid
Dick offers the Youth Mental Health Champions Course to individual schools or organisations, or to groups of schools. Youth MHFA is an internationally recognised training programme designed specifically for people who teach, work, live with or care for young people.
The training provides information, tools and techniques to promote a young person’s mental and emotional wellbeing and to enable participants to support a young person who might be experiencing mental and emotional distress and will teach you how to:
Spot the early signs of a mental health problem in young people
Feel confident helping a young person experiencing a problem
Provide help on a first aid basis
Help protect a young person who might be at risk of harm
Help prevent a mental health illness from getting worse
Help a young person recover faster
Guide a young person towards the right support
Reduce the stigma of mental health problems
The Youth MHFA course is accredited by the Open College Network (3 credits at Level 3 on completion of a workbook) and can be delivered to between 6 and 16 participants.
Although not a doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist or qualified counsellor, Dick spent many years as a teacher (and over twenty years as a headmaster) – he understands that some young people — and their parents — often find it difficult to take the first step towards finding help. Dick is always happy to chat about the issues involved, or just simply provide a sympathetic, non-judgemental listening ear.
For more information about the services Dick Moore provides, please visit his website here.
Our partnership with The Jordan Legacy began in May 2021 when we worked together to share Jordan’s story as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 with the main aim of raising awareness and to encourage conversations about mental health.
Little did we know that the subsequent Facebook post on North Yorkshire Police’s Facebook page and the LinkedIn post by Jordan’s father, Steve, would reach such an incredible amount of people and encourage so many to open up and share their story.
In the past 12 months, North Yorkshire Police recorded 32,117 incidents where mental health has been a factor – that’s up 543 incidents a month and 6,512 incidents in a year.
Many people would be shocked to hear that a life is also lost through suicide every two hours in the UK. But suicidal thoughts and feelings affect thousands of us every single day, including those of us who work within the emergency services.
Nothing can prepare you for losing a loved one, friend, family member or colleague to suicide. And that’s why it’s so important that we all continue to talk about suicide, end the stigma that surrounds it and encourage conversations around achieving good mental health.
And with that, we are very proud to be working with The Jordan Legacy once again on World Suicide Prevention Day to bring colleagues across both North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service the first Suicide Prevention and Awareness Conference.
It’s okay not to be okay. Every mental health journey looks different. But remember that you are not alone, and you are loved.
For more information about North Yorkshire Police Force, please visit their website here
Julija is a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Mental Health First Aider and a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy. Importantly, Julija is someone who has overcome significant challenges in her life to create a successful career helping others to deal with whatever life throws at them. Here’s what she has to say about who she is and what she does:
I work by taking a personal approach
Every person is unique and has their own view of the world, influenced by their beliefs, thinking, feelings and behaviour. I build a bridge between you and me that allows change to happen.
Hypnotherapy is about you
I can hear you because I listen. I can understand you because I accept you.
I don’t judge and I can see the uniqueness in you
So we can achieve change by working together to improve your mental health and achieve your full potential
- Heal your – negative experience past traumas
- Break free –from limiting beliefs, fears, phobias, stress, depression, and anxiety
- Strengthen your – confidence and build your inner resilience
- Take control – of your eating habits, achieve a healthy relationship with food and feel good in your skin
- Know your direction – find yourself, have a clear goal and focus on it
- Clear your mind from “I can’t” to “I can”
- Improve– your well-being and get better nights of sleep
I came to England from Latvia when I was 15, isolated from my friends and having to start life again without being able to speak English and without qualifications. Shortly afterwards my father was killed in the street in Riga.
I have worked hard to overcome these challenges, find my own way and battle my demons. I have always had to battle against the wind. My journey took me to working in healthcare with clients with terminal illnesses and challenging behaviours. I fell in love with making a difference to people’s daily lives and the work rewarded me with an understanding of people and an ability to work with and empathise with people living with difficult circumstances and challenges.
As a Clinical Hypnotherapist I work with businesses and individuals giving people a life jacket for support; a torch to shine a light and find the way and a gear stick to help change gear and change direction.
I absolutely love spending times outdoors connecting with nature, for me it is like escaping with my best friend. I am active and enjoy group walking, running, tennis and of course a bit of chill with yoga. I am drawn to handmade art and crafts where you can see passion and soul. I love my life and food to be full of flavours and variety. I enjoy movies that are inspiring and show people’s resilience; one of my favourites is Shawshank Redemption.
My favourite Quotes;
- “change your life by changing your outlook on life”
- “live your life with joy not as if it’s a chore”
Hypnotherapy is my passion. I bring my experiences and skills together
to help you to achieve your desired change.
Get in touch every step you make is already a change.
Take control of your Life
Connect with Julija on LinkedIn here
DSC Chartered Accountants has been supporting Yorkshire businesses for over 50 years, with offices in Harrogate, Leeds and Skipton.
Founder of The Jordan Legacy, Steve Phillip, has been a client of DSC since 2009 – they supported his Linked2Success consultancy practice with financial planning and annual accounting for over 11 years.
Following Jordan’s death, Steve wound up his consultant and training business to focus full-time on running The Jordan Legacy CIC and it was during a conversation with Accountant, Janet Corbridge, about whether DSC would take on the management of accounts for The Legacy, that Janet not only said yes but that there would be no fees to pay!
DSC has made a wonderful commitment to supporting our work at The Jordan Legacy and is another example of how charities and businesses can come together for the wellbeing of communities.
DSC take time to get to know their clients and their businesses and can help them with complex business decisions, finances and growth. Whatever the size of your business, and whatever your ambitions, their experienced team will take care of everything from payroll, bookkeeping and year end accounts to financial planning, audit, and tax. DSC will also you maximise your wealth through investments and efficient tax planning.
For further information about how DSC can support your business’s finances, you can visit their website here.
Alice Hendy tragically lost her brother, Josh, on the 25th November 2020 to suicide. Josh was her only sibling, and passed away at just 21 years of age.
Alice’s day job involves working in IT and Cyber Security, with experience working for global financial institutions and insurance firms in the city of London.
After examining Josh’s phone and laptop following his death, Alice found that Josh had been researching techniques to take his own life. The content, available online following a harmful online search, is far too readily available and fails to provide enough of an intervention between a user searching for harmful content and the subsequent display of the search results.
To ensure more help and support is given to individuals in mental health crisis and searching for harmful content online, Alice set up R;pple Suicide Prevention. R;pple addresses the lack of intervention and instead provides an immediate, vibrant display on a user’s device once they have been flagged as searching for online content relating to self-harm or suicide.
R;pple is an online nudge technique which consists of a powerful message of hope, as well as providing a selection of mental health support resources in a range of different communicative options (call, text, webchat, self-help app, pocket resources). Through R;pple, an individual feeling despair and researching harmful content will be urged to instead seek mental health support they deserve and need in a way that works best for them.
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Jodie Hill originally trained as a barrister then cross-qualified as a solicitor.
In 2018 she became the founder and Managing Partner of multi-award winning Thrive Law. Jodie has specialised in employment law throughout her career and has a keen understanding of this complex legal sector, particularly D&I issues, together with all HR related issues.
Jodie also has a passion for helping to encourage understanding around mental health and has a strong desire to help end stigma surrounding the subject, to create a happier, healthier workforce. This passion can be seen in her campaign: #OneMind, to bring mental health to the top of the business agendas, with her campaign being featured by Sky News, the BBC, The Times, The Law Society Gazette, Yorkshire Post and other key media. Jodie’s campaigning has been recognised by many, which recently led to her being shortlisted for several Law Society Excellence awards where she was awarded a fellowship of the Royal Society for Public Health.
Thrive Law have won two prestigious awards in 2019 for social mobility and diversity and inclusion. And again in 2020! Thrive were also featured by the SRA in their disability leadership campaign and by the law society in their managing mental health in the workplace guidance for their culture. Thrive are now the only small firm who were asked to be an EDI mentor for the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
In 2019, Jodie also founded Thrive Women – part of her ongoing mission to enable women to ‘Thrive’ in the workplace – and is disrupting the world of Employment Law as a female entrepreneur with her own firm before the age of 30.
Jodie was recently appointed to the Law Society’s Employment Law Committee in 2020 where she will be at the forefront of the changes post Brexit and COVID.
Jodie is frequently asked to comment in national media (TV, radio, print and online) on a range of employment law, mental health and D&I issues.
For more than 11 years, Steve ran a successful consultancy practice, providing coaching, training and as a keynote speaker in the world of social media and sales & marketing. However, on December 4th 2019, he received a call which would change his life forever – his son Jordan had taken his own life.
Faced with the choice of either sitting on a sofa with a bottle or creating something to prevent other families having to experience the trauma of losing a loved to suicide, Steve chose the latter.
Steve soon established The Jordan Legacy CIC to provide hope to people who are feeling suicidal, by engaging all those who share his ambition to move toward a zero suicide society”
Steve’s role at The Jordan Legacy is to co-create and deliver the organisation’s suicide prevention activities and strategies. He is also responsible for the development of partner opportunities.
Steve’s lived experience of suicide, combined with an audience of more than 45,000 followers on LinkedIn, means his story continues to be shared with a global audience of millions.
His articles, blogs & posts on the topics of suicide and mental health have been read by audiences around the globe and I he’s been invited to speak about suicide prevention to the Government’s Cabinet Office, Department for Health & Social Care, the Home Office, MOD and other departments at Westminster, as well corporate businesses and the military.
Steve is responsible. alongside the Legacy’s Paul Vittles, for developing the organisation’s Zero Suicide Community strategy, as well as presenting workshops and talks on the topic of mental wellbeing and suicide prevention.
Paul is a Research Fellow; a pioneer in the fields of community engagement, participatory democracy, and facilitating transformational change; plus a consultant, coach and counsellor. He’s the only person to twice be a finalist for the TEDx Sydney “best idea worth spreading” award – winning in 2011 for “Listen Hear: The Global Campaign for Effective Listening” and then speaking from the stage at the Sydney Opera House in 2014 on “Digital Life Saving” – using digital communications technology to save lives.
Paul is contracted to work with The Jordan Legacy to assist with the research, creation and co-delivery of the organisations suicide prevention strategies and activities.
In 2013-14, for the 60th Anniversary of Samaritans and the 50th Anniversary of Lifeline Australia, Paul facilitated a global forum on ‘Breakthrough Ideas for Suicide Prevention’, generating 10 Big Ideas. He helped establish a national framework for optimal workplace mental health in Australia, and national plans for suicide prevention, including facilitating the stakeholder engagement which led to the establishment of the National Suicide Prevention Research Fund (with an initial $12m from the Department of Health – recently topped up with another $4.7m):
Paul left the UK for Australia in 2005, after suffering burnout as CEO of an award-winning consulting firm which he grew from 5 to 50 people, and returned in August 2019. His final role in Australia was Strategic Workplace Wellbeing Adviser for one of Australia’s largest employers, Ausgrid.
Now back in the UK, back in York, Paul is a Transformational Change Consultant (carrying out projects, coaching, and giving talks); he’s a Non-Executive Director of York Community Consulting (YCC) supporting young consultants in pro bono projects to gain experience and achieve social impact; Paul has joined the Board of Trustees for Age UK York, and is currently involved in an initiative to tackle loneliness and disadvantage by moving York to be a 100% Digital City; he’s working with several clients on ‘Survive & Thrive Strategies’; and he was contracted to the Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) after COVID19 Lockdown to curate content for a new ZSA Resources Hub, which was built in 3 months and launched on 29 June 2020:
Paul also helped to promote the ZSA’s highly successful, evidence-based, peer-reviewed, online suicide prevention training – highly recommended – which now has more than 1.5 million completions:
Paul has curated and run events on workplace wellbeing and suicide prevention, including the OneTeamGov event on World Suicide Prevention Day 2020 which had 11 of 15 Speakers with Lived Experience, 933 registrations, glowing feedback, and evidence of impact. Click this link, where you will find relevant details, including resources.
Paul has lived experience of suicide, from multiple perspectives, making suicide prevention a personal and professional passion. However, Paul brings ‘a cool head’ as well as ‘fire in the belly’, along with his proven toolkit for transformational change in many different fields (his recent articles include 40 impact case studies) which he has now adapted for practical, transformational change to move towards zero suicide (not set low ambition targets like ‘10% reduction in 5 years’!).
You can contact Paul via LinkedIn (the only Paul Vittles on LinkedIn) or Twitter (@PaulVittles), and you can read Paul’s views and his work on transformation based on listening, engagement & empowerment via his Medium articles:
Danielle is Jordan’s sister and for the past 17 years, she worked at a Lancashire primary school, helping young people as they began to navigate their journey in life. Arguably Danielle’s work and raising her 2 son’s has helped keep her busy, with little time to really dwell on the tragedy of losing her brother to suicide.
Danielle is responsible for managing The Jordan Legacy’s social media platforms and content sharing, as well providing administration support for events and other suicide prevention activities undertaken by the organisation.
As time passed, Danielle felt an increasing need to find some way to honour her brother’s memory and it wasn’t long before a conversation with her Dad, Steve, led to her taking a massive leap out of her comfort zone. In August 2021, she resigned from her role as a teaching assistant to join The Jordan Legacy as Operational Support, to help her Dad and The Legacy with the implementation and management of the organisation’s suicide prevention and mental wellbeing strategies.
You can connect with Danielle on LinkedIn by clicking here
Charlotte is a Clinical Psychologist by background, having worked with individuals, families, and systems within the NHS for over 7 years. Charlotte specialises in working with adults with severe and enduring mental health problems, but also has extensive experience in working with other populations across a range of settings, including prison, inpatient and community.
On 4th December 2019, Charlotte’s life, as she knew it, changed forever, when she lost Jordan, her partner, to suicide. Charlotte’s motivation for the mission of the Jordan Legacy is clear; she vows to dedicate her professional career to supporting work that aims to reduce rates of suicide, in Jordan’s memory.
Charlotte has a particular passion for influencing change within our mental health systems, and changing societal views around suffering and mental health. Tackling the issue of suicide is multi-faceted, and Charlotte is dedicated to addressing this issue from all angles.
Liz is currently a Visiting Lecturer at WISA (Wales Institute of Science and Art) at University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Her PhD, on the subject of the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), was awarded from the School of Architecture at the University of Liverpool in 2012, and was published by Wordcatcher Publishing in 2019.
In addition to her teaching work, Liz also runs a successful architectural design consultancy Architecture Matters Limited, based in south Wales.
Liz’s publications include:
- “It’s Good to Talk”, in Various Authors. Surviving the Coronavirus Lockdown and Social Isolation, Available via Wordcatcher Publishing Ltd, Cardiff, March 2020, p. 21-22. ISBN: 978-1-78942-340-2 PDF
- History, Design, and Legacy: Architectural Prizes and Medals. Wordcatcher Publishing Ltd. Available via Wordcatcher Publishing Ltd: https://wordcatcher.com/product/history-design-and-legacy-architectural-prizes-and-awards/
- Going for gold: looking at the gender imbalance of recipients of major architectural awards and prizes. Wordcatcher Publishing Ltd. Available via Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F92P7VK/
- “The Royal Gold Medal”, in Chapman, T. Buildings of the Year 2012: The RIBA architecture awards, RIBA Publishing, London, December 2012, p. 182
- “A Travelling Exhibition about Archaeology as an Activity” in McManus, P., Archaeological Displays and the Public: Museology and Interpretation, Institute of Archaeology, University College, London, 1996, pp. 72-82.
Since 2012, Liz has been a judge for the BBC Radio 2 500 Words writing competition for children, and has spoken at a range of architecture conferences in venues as exotic as Chicago, Lisbon, Oxford and Turin. Her recent body of work highlighting gender issues in architecture has started the ball rolling for change within the profession and she is now turning her research mind into other areas.
Suicide has touched the edge of Liz’s life and she believes that she can make a contribution to change within her field of architecture, as our National Lead on Research & Strategy. Raising design awareness is a key part of her new research project, and her aim is to incorporate awareness of Design Out Suicide within the formal legislation of the UK Building Regulations. In 2021, Trinity St David is also undertaking a “live” design project within the mental health field and it is proposed that this scheme become part of an early stage toolkit for other practising architects.
Scott is a joint owner of, and Director in The Methodology Group, a group of companies working specifically in data analytics, digital transformation and technology platforms.
Scott believes that the challenge for charities, particularly post Covid, is not just to remain relevant, but to remain sustainable – trading helpful knowledge is a way of doing both, which ensures the mission of reducing social isolation and to increase the independence of those living with a visual impairment or other disabilities is delivered for a very long time – . a very similar mission to that of the The Jordan Legacy CIC.
Scott partnered with The Jordan Legacy because of his shared values, philosophies and goals in wanting to design and deliver optimal mental health and help reduce suicide. Reflecting on Jordan’s life and what took him to that tragic moment in 2019, Scott thought about his own kids, especially his son who has Sensory Processing Disorder, which often causes him to feel anxious and stressed. His fear is that if we don’t create a positive and inclusive environment for our young and vulnerable community, more will end up at that same moment Jordan found himself.
Scott is a family man, married to Laura for 20 years and a doting dad to Isabella (Issy), Ellis, Marielle (Mimi) and Leonora (Lenny) the English Bulldog!* He’s also a proud Scot, who wears his kilt at every opportunity!
Lucinda’s career spans some 16 years in the charity sector as a Professional Fundraiser (Minst Cert MSc). During this time she has been responsible for organising community and business events attended by thousands, has led on the development of business, income and marketing strategies and managed teams of sales, events and administrative professionals, which combined have generated millions of pounds for local charitable organisations.
At the age of 23 Lucinda first felt the impact of suicide in her personal life as her boyfriend’s Mother took her own life after a journey with severely compromised mental health. Sadly, ten years later in 2017, Lucinda’s then Husband, Tom, followed suit and ended his life after his own acute mental health crisis.
It was following Tom’s death that the determination kicked in to ensure that the experiences and opportunities for others became part of her focus and ambition moving forward.
In 2018, when Champion Health was setting out as a new and exciting digital health and wellbeing company, its Founder, Harry Bliss, lost a close friend to suicide following an acute bout of workplace stress. From that moment, Harry and the team at Champion were galvanised into action and renewed their mission to become one of the leading workplace health and wellbeing providers in the world.
Since then, hundreds of employees have experienced Champion’s digital mental health training and employee health assessments. During 2021, the company’s vision to become ‘The Netflix of Wellbeing’ has become a reality, with the launch of one of the most comprehensive digital employee health assessment and company reporting platforms available. Champion has also launched a total wellbeing mobile app, which enables employees to track their wellbeing daily and manage their health by referring to the app’s highly personalised data.
It has been proven that companies who implement a robust employee wellbeing culture can expect to see a £6 return (Deloitte Thriving at Work Report 2020) on their investment for every £1 they spend. Champion Health will help your organisation accurately pinpoint where you need to invest that spend, rather than guessing and implementing popular – though less effective – wellbeing strategies.
For further information about Champion Health and how you can retain highly productive, healthy and loyal employees, please visit the company’s website here.
We are delighted that TV and film actor, Gemma Oaten, has joined our team of partners in her role as Patron of SEED – Eating Disorder Support Services, which was founded in 2000 in Hull, East Yorkshire by Marg Oaten MBE and Dennis Oaten with the aim to increase awareness of eating disorders and provide more support to those who are in need.
SEED is a voluntary organisation comprising a group of ordinary people with first-hand experience of eating disorders. The work that they do is focused on early intervention, prevention, and providing support to those suffering or those caring for someone with an eating disorder. Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any other mental illness – 20% of those suffering will die as a direct result of the eating disorder or by taking their own life.
Gemma Oaten, a British actor who has appeared in Emmerdale and Holby City is the charity’s figurehead. Gemma battled an eating disorder for thirteen years – her parents and SEED helped save her life and she is proud to lead the charity forward to help save the lives of thousands of others. She is an inspiration to sufferers and living proof that these conditions are treatable and can be beaten!
SEED provides a range of support services including
- Resource Room & Drop In Centre
- Advice Line & Online Resources
- Self-Help Workshops
- Educational Toolkits for Schools – click here to download further information
- Email & Text Message Buddy Service
- Support Groups & Therapy Sessions
SEED Eating Disorder Support Services – The Resource Room, Wilberforce Health Centre, 6 – 10 Story Street, Hull HU1 3SA
Admin (01482) 344084 Helpline (01482) 718130 Charity No 1108405
Burnout is different to feeling stressed, according to leading expert, Dr Sonia Hutton-Taylor. Stress is usually a pre-cursor to burnout – you’ll know you have burnout if you constantly feel exhausted and sleep does not leave you feeling refreshed or you take a weekend break and feel worse than you did before you went away. So being told to take even longer time off work or to employ better sleep hygiene will not impact on moderate to severe burnout because significant physiological changes have already been set in motion.
Dr Sonia Hutton-Taylor has worked at the interface of wellbeing and career since 1990 when she set up Medical Forum an independent career guidance facility for the medical profession (following on from a early career in eye surgery). More recently she set up burnoutgeese.com where anyone can learn more about burnout ( the first step in preventing and reversing it) .
30 years of talking to doctors (40% of whom have burnout themselves) has made her passionate about burnout, including how and why it arises and what steps need to be taken by society, organisations, managers and individuals to get them to recognise the signs.
Sonia has a particular interest in the recognition of , prevention of and patterns within …burnout. She loves scribbling a good diagram or drawing explaining burnout & the connection between burnout & various mental health problems – including the journey towards depression and suicide if the burnout is ignored.
Sonia no longer works clinically but acts as an advocate and educationalist to highlight burnout recognition & reversal as well as the immense damage it does to health, career and relationships. She believes that if everyone understood the true nuts and bolts of burnout …. no one would stand for this hidden pandemic.
To contact Sonia directly please use the following options;
Website: Burnout Geese – click here
Phone: 0208 1234 028
Email: [email protected]
LinkedIn profile – click here
Steve is the founder of Yowah Radio.
Sometimes talking about mental health and suicide prevention needs to be as much about HOPE as it is about sadness – hope that we can make a difference and save lives. The Jordan Legacy is delighted that Steve agreed for Yowah Radio to partner with us and a play button to the station can be found on our Home page.
Yowah Radio broadcasts online across the world with listeners in twenty-eight countries.
Their focus is about:
- Health & Wellbeing.
- Personal development.
- Inspirational guests from around the world.
- Inspirational quotes.
- The inspirational book of the week.
- The mediation Hour
- And with great music too.
Steve has worked on a number of radio stations here in the UK and on American platforms and he presents his inspiring breakfast show between 7am and 10am which is probably the best way to start your day.(Steve’s words).
With feelgood music to start your day and the true or false quiz, along with the fun game ‘What song are these words from?’ Steve’s show features inspirational guests, the inspirational book of the week and it’s simply a great breakfast show and a great way to start your day.
Steve also works as an Inspirational Coach, speaker and Hypnotherapist.
One of Steve’s favourite quotes is ‘Amazing Things Rarely Happen In Your Comfort Zone’.
Steve has worked in the area of Personal Development for over 30 years helping people to break limiting beliefs and let go of the things that have been holding them back from and living a rich and meaningful life. During this time Steve has become known as ‘The Happy Coach’.
Passionate about why we do the things we do, even when we know they do not support us, Steve trained and qualified as a Life Coach & Clinical Hypnotherapist.
Steve truly understands that everyone he works with is an individual, tailoring his approach to each person that he helps to make a change. This could be Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, or a blend of both. Here are a number of ways you can contact Steve:
His own website https://www.stevetwynham.com/category/radio-podcasts/
Listen to inspirational podcasts https://www.yowahradio.co.uk/yowah-radio-contact-details/
Andy is an award winning speaker, facilitator, leadership development mentor, personal development coach and behavioural change specialist. At one point in his career he collapsed through stress and decided to leave a highly successful corporate position to rebalance his life. Andy went on to become a highly trained Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist.
Andy uses a blend of other highly effective skills, parts of therapy, counselling, psychotherapy and positive psychology to support clients in re-gaining control over the parts of their lives that they feel stuck in or have lost control over. He has successfully supported suicidal clients suffering emotional turmoil from many diverse backgrounds and careers by helping them to establish a solid foundation of emotional wellbeing and then to find their powerful purpose and passion for their life. This in turn empowers their mental toughness and resilience in facing the challenges that life inevitably throws up.
Andy says; “If you or someone you love is suffering anxiety or feeling depressed, I understand how uncomfortable that may feel. It’s likely that you are feeling similar to many others in our current society and everyone feels down or depressed at some point in their lives, this is not unusual. The secret lies in understanding that we all need support, guidance and a helpful perspective, at times, to help us rebalance and bounce back again.”
What should you do next? “I’ll provide you with that support..” says Andy, “..either on the phone or we can have a chat over a cuppa – you choose. I will never judge you. After all, we have all been on a similar journey and I understand how difficult that journey can be at times”
Contact Andy for https://www.peakpersonalperformance.co.uk/ m:07590 113704