MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING
Our Feeling Funny Mum's pilot programme has recently launched in Liverpool with thanks to the Big Lottery Funds. Calling all new mums and mums to be! Looking for something to boost your mood and improve your wellbeing? Our laughter filled sessions are the perfect antidote for you!
Feedback from our Feeling Funny courses prompted us to start the Still Feeling Funny Club. The club is open to all course 'graduates' and takes place every third Wednesday of the month to allow participants to continue momentum on their comedy journey.
Well Funny events are designed to bring people together and provide a much needed injection of happiness and humour into participants lives. Events run for one to two hours working alongside communities, charities and organisations
Want to host your own comedy wellbeing programmes with your service users, participants or community? Look no further, The Comedy Trust is currently running programmes alongside Wellbeing Enterprises, Young Addaction and Child Bereavement UK.
Our health and well-being in the workplace workshops help staff to connect with others, encourage new relationships and create empathy with colleagues. The sessions will also teach participants how to use humour as a tool to improve personal resilience
We provide professional and informative speeches and segments for conferences and events. We've worked for clients such as IFB 2016, HMRC and Liverpool and Sefton Chamber of Commerce. For more information please email email@example.com
Our Feeling Funny: Youth programme offers schools and community organisations the opportunity to improve the mental health and wellbeing of students whilst providing them skills to develop their relationships, confidence, self-esteem and communication.
Feeling Funny Youth Club is a continuous programme for graduates of the Feeling Funny programmes to continue to express themselves through humour and comedy and keep the positive momentum of the programme going as a group of like-minded individuals.
Our Feeling Funny programme is currently based in Liverpool and Sefton works to improve the health and wellbeing of participants whilst tackling the stigma surrounding men's mental health through the use of a six week stand-up comedy programme