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‘James Place’ saves the lives of men in crisis

We are a charity offering free, life-saving treatment to suicidal men at our centres in Liverpool and London. Our third centre will open in Newcastle in early 2024.

We are unique because our treatment is proven to work, quick to access and delivered in a safe, friendly, non-clinical environment by trained, professional therapists. We have treated over 1,500 suicidal men since 2018, delivering over 7,500 therapy sessions.

1:1 mountain guiding from multi-world record-breaking mountaineer Nirmal Purja MBE

Go above and beyond what you thought was possible with one of the most ground-breaking mountaineers of our generation, providing exclusive 1:1 guiding and commercial opportunities for breath-taking high-altitude special projects.

10 ways to find your passion in life

For some people, living their passion seems to come naturally. They throw themselves into the pursuits they love with no regard for what society expects of them. But it isn’t that easy for all of us. You’ve made lists. You’ve asked your friends for advice. You’ve tried journaling and you’ve analyzed every thought you’ve ever had. Yet, you’re still asking yourself “what is my passion?” That’s because passion comes from the heart, not the head. Chances are, you already know what your passion is. You just need to connect with it.

9 reasons travel is good for your mental health

The World Health Organisation (WHO) describes mental health as “a state of well-being in which an individual realises his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and can make a contribution to his or her community.” Clearly, mental health is integral to having a fulfilling life.

Boost your mental health by spending time outside

June 24, 2022 – Spending time in nature has been shown to improve both physical and mental health—and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Peter James has advice on how to get the most benefit from time spent outdoors.

Cancer Survivor and Caregiver Stories

Cancer survivors cope with their diagnosis, treatment, and life with or after cancer in different ways. While some prefer to put their experiences behind them as much as possible, others choose to draw on them and get involved with cancer-related activities or causes. Below are some stories of survivors and caregivers who found a purpose in sharing their experience and giving back to others. More stories will be added in the future.

Feel good forest walks

Feel good forest walks | Forestry England and Kate Humble's top 10 walks for your wellbeing

Mental Health Motorbike is a national charity

Mental Health Motorbike exists to create meaningful opportunities so that together we grow the greater wellbeing of the motorbike community. Our ultimate aim is to reduce suicide amongst bikers in the UK. We are building a free, dedicated national network of trained mental health first aiders who can support bikers and their families across the UK.

Other sources of help

Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. We're here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Speaker | Author | Performance Coach Adventurer | World Record Holder

Sean redefined Impossible by becoming the only person in history to climb the highest mountain on every continent, trek to the South & North Poles, and complete the Hawaii Ironman - all with one lung.

What Can Cause Anxiety on the Road?

After months or years of dreaming and preparing, you’ve finally made it – just you and your van (and maybe your dog?) out there on the highway. No one to bother you, no office drama to deal with, no schedule to keep and no events to attend. Complete freedom. Complete solitude…so much solitude.

World Record Holder and Motorcycle Adventurer

In 2018, at the age of 22, I embarked on a journey around the planet. In doing so I became the youngest person to circumnavigate the world on a motorcycle. During that life-changing trip, I raised over £11,000 for the Movember Foundation to support their work for Men’s Mental Health. Since returning from my world record-breaking trip I have continued to travel by motorcycle, ticking off countries one by one this time!