We are open Monday to Friday between 9.00am – 5.00pm. Isle Listen is not a crisis service and only offers planned interventions. Should you or someone you know be in need of immediate support outside of our office hours you should contact Manx Care’s 24 hour Crisis Response and Home Treatment Team on 01624 642860 or the Emergency Services on 999.

Create competent workplace mental health first aiders

As part of our Giving Tuesday pledge, for a limited time, you can book up to 6 people onto selected half-day open courses in January, February and March 2022 for just £10 per person.

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Mentally empowering our Island’s young people

Isle Listen is working towards removing the stigma that surrounds mental health. Positive outcomes for young people empower them and encourages further change, improves emotional resilience and unlocks their potential. The lasting impact is that young people, with greater capacity for learning and emotional resilience, have improved transitions into the workplace.

Mind your business.

Mental health and wellbeing is a challenge for businesses across the Island, which is why we work with you to support employee health and wellbeing through the delivery of bespoke training and support.

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Supporting your mental health

Here’s some useful information to help you and your family remain on top form.

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You should define you.

The more we talk about what’s bothering us, the more normalised it becomes. Take the first step and start your conversation about mental health.

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Get back to feeling awesome.

Mental health issues are real, and they aren’t always within our control. If you’re struggling with emotional or mental wellbeing, you’re not alone – there is hope.

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Out of sight, but not out of mind.

Ever wonder why people living with a mental health condition don’t speak up? Stop the stigma. Let’s start a conversation on mental wellbeing.

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You’ve got to nourish to flourish.

Mental health issues are real, and they aren’t always within our control. If you’re struggling with emotional or mental wellbeing, you’re not alone – there is hope.

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We want everybody in the Isle of Man to feel emotionally empowered and effectively supported with their mental health.

We are a charitable initiative that provides support and training in schools, the workplace and community, helping people to recognise that mental health is just as important as physical health.

Isle Listen operates under the clinical guidance of, and is a trading name of MCH Psychological Services, an Isle of Man registered charity that can trace its roots back over 35 years to Manx Cancer Help and The Lisa Lowe Centre and offers a gold standard psychological service.

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Isle Listen in Schools

Isle Listen in Schools

What we do

  • Engage and develop early years’ students to manage both negative and positive emotions
  • Create a level of self-awareness in students to recognise factors within their control
  • Provide support to students transitioning from further education into the workplace
  • Support teaching staff to be comfortable in raising conversations on mental health and how to signpost to appropriate specialist services
Isle Listen in the Workplace

Isle Listen in the Workplace

What we do

  • Provide training and support in the workplace to recognise early signs of mental health episodes
  • Help to recognise peer-to-peer struggles and acknowledge when and how to assist
  • Deliver workplace training to empower employers and their workforce to support colleagues
  • Provide coping and signposting resources that complement existing workplace mental health and wellbeing strategies
Isle Listen in the Community

Isle Listen in the Community

What we do

  • Provide training and support in the community to recognise the early signs of mental health episodes
  • Create a level of self-awareness across the community to recognise factors that are within people’s control
  • Promote the importance of our community recognising that mental health is just as important as physical health
  • Provide coping and signposting resources that complement existing community-based and statutory service provision

Isle Listen is a charitable initiative entirely funded through the generous support and donations of the local community. Can you help us?

The team

Our team is small but mighty.

The charity is led by Chief Executive, Andrea Chambers and Clinical Lead, Professor Robin Davidson, and all professional standards are overseen by our Board of Directors, led by Chairman, Stuart McCudden.

Andrea Chambers - Chief Executive
Andrea Chambers Chief Executive
Annabel Ennett - Head of Services
Annabel Ennett Head of Services
Brett Clarke - Operations Support
Brett Clarke Operations Support
Callan Kelly - Wellbeing Practitioner
Callan Kelly Wellbeing Practitioner
Carlie Madrell - Primary School Wellbeing Facilitator
Carlie Madrell Primary School Wellbeing Facilitator
Chloe Wood - Assistant Psychologist
Chloe Wood Assistant Psychologist
Christian Varley - Trainee Wellbeing Practitioner
Christian Varley Trainee Wellbeing Practitioner
Dawn Herbert - Client Services Lead
Dawn Herbert Client Services Lead
Dean McCann - Wellbeing Practitioner
Dean McCann Wellbeing Practitioner
Emily Harrison - Senior Art Psychotherapist
Emily Harrison Senior Art Psychotherapist
Erika Kelly - Wellbeing Practitioner
Erika Kelly Wellbeing Practitioner
Fern Callister - Art Psychotherapist
Fern Callister Art Psychotherapist
Gareth Nicholson - Learning and Development
Gareth Nicholson Learning and Development
Heidi Dalgleish - Head of People and Development
Heidi Dalgleish Head of People and Development
Helen Morrison - Wellbeing Practitioner
Helen Morrison Wellbeing Practitioner
Holly Cordas - Psychotherapist
Holly Cordas Psychotherapist
Jamie Biddulph - Marketing and Engagement
Jamie Biddulph Marketing and Engagement
Jamie Ward - Secondary School Wellbeing Facilitator
Jamie Ward Secondary School Wellbeing Facilitator
Janet Taylor - Community and Corporate Engagement Manager
Janet Taylor Community and Corporate Engagement Manager
Jay Thompson - CBT Therapist
Jay Thompson CBT Therapist
Jess Mackie - Trainee Therapist
Jess Mackie Trainee Therapist
Lynsey Christian - Senior Psychotherapist
Lynsey Christian Senior Psychotherapist
Paula Sutton - Accredited Psychotherapist
Paula Sutton Accredited Psychotherapist
Phoebe - Head of Wellbeing
Phoebe Head of Wellbeing
Professor Robin Davidson - Clinical Psychologist
Professor Robin Davidson Clinical Psychologist
Rebecca Macnair - Community and Corporate Engagement
Rebecca Macnair Community and Corporate Engagement
Rebecca Nathan - Trainee Wellbeing Practitioner
Rebecca Nathan Trainee Wellbeing Practitioner
Steven Downward - Schools Team Lead
Steven Downward Schools Team Lead
Symon Walmsley - Head of Marketing
Symon Walmsley Head of Marketing

We want everybody in the Isle of Man to feel emotionally empowered and effectively supported with their mental health.