Our Mission

Fresh Minds Education is a innovate social enterprise who develop emotional wellbeing resources and deliver evidence-based self-care training programmes & workshops.  We specialise in creative approaches, resilience, self-care, trauma, mental health and suicide prevention.

At the core of all our work is the AMBER approach, a curriculum for wellbeing & self-care; this approach synthesises the most current evidence-based & applied grounded theory research from across the world in the fields of mental health, psychology and neuroscience.  We have three flagship curriculums currently available throughout the UK, delivered through a trained network of partners and practitioners, our programmes are trauma Informed and ACE aware.

We are experienced in the development of scalable, quality assured education meeting the needs of modern families, communities and classrooms and have a range of practical resources for use in the classroom and at home.

How we help improve your emotional health & resilience

Emotional Health, Emotional Resilience & Emotional Wellness are so important in our lives today.  Fresh Minds Education are based in Northern Ireland and some of the areas which we specialise in include Suicide Prevention and  Mental Health & Self-Care training for young people.

Here at Fresh Minds Education, we work with youth workers, social workers, therapists, parents, teachers, community workers and many more groups to aid mental health & resilience of people of all ages and to ensure that our emotional health is optimised as much as possible.

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Products of the month 


“I enjoyed the full workshop and integrating with the group. Very informative and beautifully delivered with sincere compassion. Thank you”


“The ability to recognise anyone suffering from depression/suicide. There is always help available.”

Facebook Review

“Really enjoyed the course and the delivery made it very interactive and informal – made everyone feel very comfortable.”

This website was developed with support from Priority 6 (LEADER) of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas’.