Creating hope for children, adults and families. #LiftingTheLid


The Shaw Mind Foundation - your school mental wellbeing partner.
We regularly run guest lectures featuring high-profile individuals from our charity (from our CEO, our clinical psychologists and authors) and also via our partner stakeholders in the professional and business world.

All of our speakers offer sessions that are inspirational, informative, stimulating and interactive. We can deliver on a broad range of subjects and offer our guest speakers to;

  • Corporates and smaller businesses
  • Schools, colleges and universities to students and/or staff
  • Other third sectors and non-profits

Our guest lectures and talks can open your eyes to what’s going on across various sectors, support your professional development and help you build your network of contacts.



Pictured is our CEO Adam Shaw speaking at the Triumph Over Phobia National Conference (2017), talking about his past lived experience with OCD, anxiety and depression.






Hope-Virgo-Henrietta-Barnett-SchoolPictured (fourth from left), is our author Hope Virgo with some pupils from The Henrietta Barnett School, London, after giving her guest speech on her journey with anorexia. Also in the picture (middle) is Hannah Abrahaley from The Shaw Mind Foundation. Find out more about Hope Virgo and her book Stand Tall Little Girl.




lauren-and-ann-mariePictured is our co-founder and Medical Director Dr Lauren Callaghan (right) and our professional patron Dr Annemarie O’Connor (left) at the Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Conference 2015, London.






Pictured in purple is Stephanie Cox from The Shaw Mind Foundation presenting awards during a Young Enterprise event.










Any size donation, no matter how small, will make a difference to those children, adults and families going through the distress caused by mental health issues.

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