Anne Mathie has been involved in the field of mental health for over 25 years, both initially as a user of mental health services and latterly, following her recovery, this invaluable life experience has led Anne into working - passionately in the field of mental health, working with people experiencing mental health issues.
Anne operated the SAMH National Information Service for 11 years before becoming an independent trainer developing and delivering a host of mental health and social care based training UK wide to organisations working with mental health service users and also to organisations committed to raising awareness of mental health in the workplace.
Anne has been an active instructor of Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid (SMHFA) since 2005 and is part of the National Training Team. She was delighted to be the first accredited instructor in Scotland for MHFA for the Armed Forces Community. Being the wife of a veteran of 17 years, Anne has a particular interest in Veterans and Combat PTSD, She has also a been working with CRUSE Bereavement Care Scotland for 8 years and an instructor in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
Delivering for Wellbeing
Our purpose is to educate, inform and enthuse everyone to challenge the stigma and discrimination that is prevalent in today's society around mental ill health.