New brochures to download

If you missed us at #ISE2021, here are two of our new brochures! Our new psychological wellbeing app Our company brochure Thank you to everyone who came to see us at #ISE2021. It was really lovely to meet so many new people, and to catch up with much-missed familiar faces. We had a very busy couple of days, and look forward to working with many more of you in supporting…

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Swift, simple, accessible trauma-responsive care

We have exciting news! After many months in development, we are proud to announce the launch of our unique new SafeHaven App at International Security Expo 28-29 September 2021! The SafeHaven App is a psychological first aid app that enables organisations to meet best practice guidelines and international standards for supporting personnel both pro-actively and in the aftermath of an incident.  You can download the full details here. Fully compatible across…

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International Security Expo 28-29 September 2021

We’re delighted to be exhibiting at the International Security Expo at Olympia this year, and are very much looking forward to reuniting with as many of our security industry colleagues as possible in person, under one roof! Please do come and see us if you’re visiting – you can find us on Stand D92, just opposite the Government Zone. Register for your free place using the link below. Register here We…

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Once upon a time in Iraq

Our congratulations to KEO Films for their gripping documentary. SafeHaven provided training and a range of support services to the teams at KEO Films for the production of this incredible documentary series. The services were designed to enable KEO Films to effectively support contributor and crew psychological safety and wellbeing, whilst exploring such a challenging topic. The full series is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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BBC One: Doctor in the House

On Monday the 22nd May 2017, episode 2 of the new series of ‘Doctor in the House’ with Dr Rangan Chatterjee was aired. Our Clinical Director, Charlotte Copeland, was asked to provide support to Emma, who was one of the people in this episode. You can see Charlotte towards the end of the program providing some comments, with respect to the support we provided. We would like to thank Emma…

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Managing Workplace Trauma on That’s Manchester TV with Alistair Clarke

In November our Clinical Director, Charlotte Copeland, and Dr Liz Royle, from KRTS International, joined Alistair Clarke on That’s Manchester TV to discuss workplace trauma. Workplace trauma can range from instances of bullying or assault through to serious injury or loss of life, to large scale catastrophic events such as a major fire or terrorism. When trauma strikes organisations will have health and safety plans in place to manage their…

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Talking Stress & Trauma on That’s Manchester TV with Alistair Clarke

Hear Charlotte Copeland talking stress and trauma on That’s Manchester TV: In March Charlotte was invited onto That’s Manchester to discuss stress and trauma with Alistair Clarke. With new research out all the time it is furthering our understanding of how stress and trauma affect us as people and also the different approaches to recovery available. Charlotte enjoyed discussing some of the more cutting edge approaches that are available as…

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