All Ears was set up in memory of Aleysha Rothwell who died by suicide in 2014, our aim is to help anyone else in a similar situation to her so that they feel supported.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), roughly 450 million people currently suffer from mental health conditions, placing mental disorders among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide.
We offer interactive and educative mental health awareness presentations to schools and businesses. We also offer art well-being workshops, with a primary focus of emotion regulation.
We want to inspire and educate. To start the conversation about mental health and to show that it is nothing to be ashamed of.
The community at All Ears are dedicated to providing the support that both pupils and staff within a school environment, do not get enough of when it comes to mental health. We want to firstly, educate; as Nelson Mandella once said "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." Awareness is the first step, it encourages an acceptance of openly talking about mental health - which can be a life-saver in itself.
We have presentations which can be adapted to fit the needs of each year group or school, including time amendments. Also We offer the staff to give those presentations, although they can be given from a teacher within the school, if that is preferred.
'The Aleysha Promsie'
All Ears is also currently working closely with care leavers in our community to ensure they are surrounded by opportunities and support. We also provide creative well-being sessions, which we can offer in a block of 8 sessions following themes such as: Grief, Self-Love and Trauma.
At the moment we are not able to offer actual counselling. However, when some members have achieved their degree, we will look into the possibilty of volunteering with a number of schools to offer the following:
Coping & Adjusments
At All Ears, we want to make the learning as interesting as possible for your pupils. So heres a few guest speakers that we think could help to do this!
Megan Finnigan is an Everton and England Ladies football player. She lost a team mate to suicide in 2016 and so is very willing to help out when she can.
Behind A Smile :
Behind A Smile is a Mental Health clothing brand - All proceeds go to MH Charities. The founder of B-A-S , Matt is happy to help out where he can too. His inspirational story highlights how pain can be turned into progress.