About

DHDr Dawn Harbinson is based in Belfast, has worked in the education and training sector, has experience in mental health work and mentoring people with disabilities. In 2014, Dawn initiated, organised and spoke at a conference, ‘Suicide in Northern Ireland: Research and Realities’ where the Minister for Health was the opening presenter (10th September, 2014).

Having been awarded a small amount of funding to move forward as a social entrepreneur, Dawn is now in a position to take her qualifications, skills and experience and deliver a range of wellbeing, education and training services designed to work at an individual, group and / or community level.

Want to find out more? Why not scroll down and browse the services and read the testimonials? Please contact Dawn on 07512 143313 should you have any questions.

Services

Dr Dawn Harbinson has worked in the education and training sector, has experience in mental health work and mentoring people with disabilities.

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  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Coaching (will be guided by your needs but assistance is available with motivation, mental health self help and coping skills, confidence building, personal empowerment and development, stress management, relaxation training and life transition and adjustment etc.).

Education (Suitable for individuals or small groups)

  • Study Skills and Examination Preparation Support (may include assistance with motivation and goal setting, essay writing, proofreading, research skills, organisational skills, time management skills, support with learning strategies and revision techniques etc. but will be guided by the needs of the student).
  • Private Tutoring (may include PhD support, ‘A’ level psychology, Access course and English language).

Training (Progammes suitable for groups and the community)

  • Mental Health Awareness and Positive Wellbeing (existing programme or designed to your specifications).
  • Suicide Awareness and Prevention (participants should gain a better understanding of the stigma of suicide, warning signs associated with suicide, the myths surrounding suicide, suicide in Northern Ireland and what a person can do to help someone who may be suicidal. Please note, this is not training in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)).

Any questions? Please feel free to get in contact and ask for more information. Call Dawn on 07512 143313

Testimonials

DHDawn Harbinson is based in Belfast. Below are some testimonials about her work.

 One-to-one support

“Thank you Dawn Harbinson for the help and support that I have been provided with throughout this past year.”

“Dawn Harbinson: Always pleasant, on time and accommodating with regard to meeting times. Prompt to respond to any correspondence.”

Group teaching

“Extremely happy with this tutors teaching.”

“The tutor was very thorough in her approach. New concepts were explained clearly and any questions from the class were met with enthusiasm. Very good feedback from essays. Much appreciated.”

Delivery of mental health awareness training

“Very friendly, open, unintimidating course…”

“Dawn handled the timing and keeping on track really well and was good at managing contributions.”

Conference organisation and presenting

“I was very impressed with the energy and tenacity shown by Dawn, who organised the conference on Suicide Prevention last year on the Crescent Arts Centre, pretty much on her own! She had all the key people there, not only as delegates, but also speakers including the Minister for Health on what would have been a very busy day World Suicide Prevention Day. The event was well organised and promoted and offered very good value for money as well.” S.C. (Attendee).

“Disability in Northern Ireland: Movement Disorders was a really well organised event with a variety of topics and approaches presented. It was very helpful for me as an interpreter to learn about experiences of patients with various disorders as I could relate this to my work with disabled patients. I wish Dawn all the best in her future career and can recommend her as a speaker and event organiser.” K. P. (Attendee).

Any questions? Please feel free to get in contact and ask for more information. Call Dawn on 07512 143313

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Contact

Want to contact Dawn? Here are some ways to get in touch.

Email: dawn @readytohelp.co.uk

Mobile: 07512 143313

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