From Trauma To Triumph – with Michael Byrne founder of Lived Experience Trauma Support

From Trauma To Triumph – with Michael Byrne founder of Lived Experience Trauma Support

We are happy to be running a series of joint Lunchtime Learning Sessions on topical issues.

In this session we will be raising the awareness around Mental Health ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week which begins w/c 18th May. And during this time of social distancing and lockdown Michael Byrne will share advice on how to look after your mental and emotional health and wellbeing as well as others.

Michael Byrne

Michael is the founder and MD of Lived Experience Trauma Support.

Michael founded ‘Lived Experience Trauma Support (LETs) in 2019 after surviving multiple ‘life traumas’ including the murder of his father, The Clutha Disaster in 2013 and ultimately a Mental Health breakdown.

Michael combines his Lived Experience of Trauma and 33 years career in Local Government and Housing Associations to help Local Authorities and businesses improve the culture towards Mental Health in the workplace and to reduce stigma around mental health through his unique Mental Health training and support services.

Michael is also one of the UK’s leading speakers on Mental Health and has developed his unique programme called ‘9 Steps From Trauma to Triumph’ to help those impacted by Trauma and poor mental health to overcome its effects.

Michael’s eagerly anticipating book ‘Don’t Believe Your Brain’ is due to be released in mid May 2020.

Michael is also an established published poet and his poetry book called ‘Poems From A Mod: My Journey Through Trauma, Recovery and Survival’ takes the reader on a journey through Michael’s breakdown to his recovery.

To register please click HERE or on the button below, once registered you will receive a link to the meeting which is being held via zoom – please click on the link at the time the meeting is due to start (you may be required to enter a password which will be included when you receive the joining instructions).

You are not required to be signed up with zoom to join the meeting, but we are asking participants to please join with their camera where possible for a personable experience for all.


May 11 2020


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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