Joanna is the Founder of Kintsugi Creative Holistic Wellbeing, a private training organisation that is focused on helping individuals to improve their wellbeing and live their best lives. She was diagnosed with PTSD and wanted to find a way to help herself heal whilst she awaited an appointment with a professional. She signed up for the award winning Holistic Integrated Creative Arts Therapies Practitioner course and it was truly transformational, empowering her to return her overwhelmed nervous system to a state of calm. It was so helpful in her healing that she chose to become a training provider, offering the course to a global audience so that others can be empowered to heal themselves too.
Being bullied and/or harassed takes a huge toll on an individual’s mind, body and soul, the Holistic Integrated Creative Arts Therapies Practitioner course can help you to help yourself through what is a painful period, giving you your power back and returning your nervous system to a manageable level. Along with helping yourself, as the course is a Practitioner course, on completion you will become a certified practitioner who can go on to help empower others in the future.
You can find out more about the course and download a Course Prospectus on our website: https://www.kintsugichw.com/
Kintsugi Creative Holistic Wellbeing
Through events, content and campaigns, Bounce Black aims to inspire and equip young Black people to build a holistic legacy for future generations by healing while hustling.
They aim to help organisations to be the best for and get the best from Black staff and students as we empower them to look out for and look after themselves.
Marsha Nwanne is the founder of Equality Development and Research Centre (EDR Centre). She is an experienced human rights lawyer, researcher and anti- bullying advocate with ten years knowledge working with national and international non-governmental organizations in Nigeria. Marsha has proven ability to conduct field and desk research on a range of human rights issues such as civil, political, economic social and cultural rights. She has also led and successfully completed high risk research on crisis issues. Her rich knowledge in conflict management , workplace wellbeing and culture, governance, gender mainstreaming, policy advocacy, youth and civil society development has been found very useful in different organizations. Marsha holds an LLM in oil and gas law, from the University of Aberdeen, UK and an MSc in Peace and Conflict Studies from the National Open University of Nigeria. She bagged an LLB (Hons) from the prestigious University of Nigeria and later proceeded to be called to the bar after successfully passing out from the Nigerian Law School, Lagos. She stands out as one of the pioneer anti- bullying advocates in Nigeria.
The Equality Development and Research Centre (EDR Centre) is a women-led non-profit organization dedicated to combating workplace bullying .
At the EDR Centre, we implement three key strategies in our mission to address workplace bullying: prevention, intervention, and monitoring. We’ve successfully partnered with numerous educational institutions in Nigeria, particularly in the Federal Capital Territory, as well as diverse public and private workplaces, making a significant impact in combatting workplace bullying.
The organization was registered with the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in February 2022 and currently located at Novare Central, Zone 5, Dalaba Street, Wuse, Abuja.
Phone: 0703 693 0277