We create tools for anyone who is working through–or who supports and cares for individuals who have–mental, physical, or emotional health issues.
We decided to work in this field because of our own personal trial-and-error experiences of learning to communicate about the complexity of mental health, and it’s relations emotional and physical health.
Our most important message is that communication is the first step to bring healing into our lives.
We create our tools and trainings based on five facets of communication:
- Who you are addressing.
- Why you choose to address them.
- What you want to tell them.
- How to help.
- Resilience to see the conversation through.
We believe that by developing tools and teaching others to address these five areas, we can improve and simplify–and make less frightening–vulnerable conversations.