Bespoke Mental Health specialises in providing live and on-demand webinars and online workshops to mental healthcare providers, educators, companies, charities and individual practitioners, and in offering a range of services for organisations looking to promote better workforce mental health and wellbeing.
Our training is founded on the principles of excellence, evidence and ethics with global experts providing the training only in the specific psychological treatments that work i.e., are evidence-based.
We are Bespoke – we work collaboratively with organisations to provide a tailored service to understand and meet organisational needs. We are committed to improving mental wellbeing across all sectors. We are flexible and tailor our provision to ensure that it is targeted and that we cater to a multigenerational and multicultural audience.
Meet the team
Bespoke Mental Health was founded by Professor Roz Shafran, Pamela Myles-Hooton and Sarah Liddell. We have extensive experience and access to a substantial network of global experts in the field of evidence-based psychological therapies. We are supported by people with expertise from events management to website development to help us provide a high level of service. So we are ideally placed to provide the very best in evidence-based mental health training and consultancy.
Professor Roz Shafran
Roz is the Chair in Translational Psychology at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health.
She is founder and former Director of the Charlie Waller Institute of Evidence Based Psychological Treatment at Reading University. Her clinical research interests focus on the development, evaluation, dissemination and implementation of cognitive behavioural treatments including anxiety, loneliness perfectionism and Long Covid across the age range. She has provided national and international training workshops in her areas of clinical expertise, has over 270 publications, has written several books (most recently ‘How to Cope When Your Child Can’t: Comfort, Help and Hope for Parents’) and has received multiple awards for her work.
Pam is a Senior Fellow of Advance HE and a Fellow of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) in recognition of her contribution to the field.
She has over 20 years' experience of developing and delivering training programmes in evidence-based psychological interventions. She is the author/co-author of several educational texts, academic publications, and self-help books, and has contributed to national guidance and curricula. Pam has been an accreditation officer and course accreditation committee member for the BABCP and was editor in chief of The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist for four years. Pam sits on the British Psychological Society's course accreditation committee for psychological wellbeing practitioners.
Sarah has extensive senior level organisational planning and management experience across a range of functions including operations and finance, communications and governance.
She has a wealth of experience in organising workshop programmes as well as other conferences and events in the public and charity sectors. She has worked for many years in higher education and has also worked with the NHS.
Positive mental wellbeing is enjoyed by everyone.
To improve mental wellbeing by providing high quality training and consultancy in psychological treatments that work, delivered by global experts in the field.
Our values and approach
Bespoke – creatively tailoring our provision to meet your needs
Excellence, Evidence and Evaluation – our global experts deliver exceptionally high-quality training in evidence-based strategies that have been evaluated and shown to work
Service – providing a high level of customer care
Practical and Passionate – we want to make a real-world difference so deliver practical, skills-based training in interventions that have scientific support
Open – we are inclusive; our training is highly accessible, providing recordings on demand after the training events enables learners to go at their own pace in accordance with individual needs, and the principles of diversity and equality are embedded throughout
Knowledge – we are committed to sharing our experts’ knowledge of effective strategies for mental wellbeing so that people are skilled at supporting and strengthening mental wellbeing and are empowered to make a difference
Ethical – ethical practice and acting with integrity is at the heart of what we do which is why we operate on a non-profit basis for the NHS, charities and universities.