Community Rehabilitation Company Testimonial

The Life of Riley helped develop staff by considering their wellbeing when going through major changes within the work environment

“From an organisational perspective we were very pleased to work with you; we had already identified a development need  for our staff to have the chance and space to consider their own wellbeing as we are once again going through period of significant organisational change, increasing caseloads and increased stress being experienced across the CRC. You listened to what we needed, what we wanted to achieve and provided a clear proposal of what you could offer. The feedback is evident that it was well received:

“I thought Georgia’s presentation was excellent – one of the best I have experienced. Really got me thinking about how my own brain works and the emotions I experience and made things a lot clearer for me. Gave me some good ideas on how I can either make changes or understand why I sometimes feel the way I do.”

“As someone who struggles to get to sleep I have been using Georgia’s audio (30 mins) every night since the presentation and have yet to listen to it all the way through – falling asleep probably about 10 mins in! Thank you for getting her in – her audio is superb!!!”

“Georgia provided a useful balance between physiology of the brain and impact of stress and helpful strategies that could be incorporated into our day.  Clear visuals and pace enabling me to absorb all the information.  Provided us with a DVD, note book, mints and an information leaflet to help support us in using the techniques.  Overall very informative and engaging workshop.”

“It was a fantastic session, and very well thought through and presented. We were also provided with handouts, a cd, mints for future mindfulness and contact details should we wish to seek further support. We also received an email the following day thanking us for our attendance. Would highly recommend!”

“I thought it was really informative! I have read quite a bit around the chimp paradox etc and it linked really nicely in to that. I think for people who had little knowledge of the brain and the links it was even more useful.”

“There were some really quick, easy to do strategies to help support well-being and understand how our brains work that could be implemented by anyone with quick results.” 

“Very engaging speaker and gave a good overview of how the mind processes different experiences /thoughts and how we can influence this to ensure that we do not build up levels of stress. Ms Riley was excellent, and this was a really useful workshop giving good practical tips which I will carry forward.”

“Really enjoyed this and could associate it with how we work and what we should be aiming for Georgia was really interesting, and I took a lot out of the session, particularly helping me to understand a bit more how my brain works and why I sometimes struggle. I have been using the relaxation audio on her website – really good.”

Sarah Moore
Business & Project Manager
Hampshire & IoW Community Rehabilitation Company
3rd Floor, Civic Offices, Civic Way, Fareham PO16 7AZ
01442 295113

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