Jem Sweet has worked in the voluntary, commercial and public sectors and has a wide range of experience helping people to achieve their goals. He has worked for many years in the health and social care sector with a particular emphasis on mental health and well-being. He has a Masters degree in Exercise and Sports Psychology and is an experienced Trainer delivering bespoke courses including mental coaching and stress management. He is a Tutor for the Workers Educational Association and Community Learning. He is also a Mental Health First Aid Instructor.
A member of the British Psychological Society.
An accredited European Test User (Level 2): Work and Organisational Assessment + Psychological Tester (Levels A and B).
PTLLS (Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) Level 3
Christine Sweet has over 20 years diverse experience of working in social care, to support and enable people of all ages at times of major change or crisis in their lives, or when dealing with chronic illness or disability. Her main area of focus for several years was mental health for older people, in particular people with dementia and their carers. She has experience of working with children and young families, and people with learning difficulties. She is able to offer and demonstrate techniques for dealing with stress, or other emotional and physical issues. Christine is an Instructor for Mental Health First Aid for the Armed Forces Community.
A Community Dementia Link Worker in Gloucestershire and a Dementia Friends Champion.