Exhibitor List

Our exhibitor list below displays a wide range of fantastic organisations dedicated to improving mental health and wellbeing across Wales and the UK.

To learn more about each company, click on their logo to navigate to their website, and make sure to visit their stand at the free exhibition on 16th May!

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Founded by Nadine Honeybone after her son’s autism diagnosis in 2006, Autistic Minds emerged as a response to the lack of support she encountered. Starting as The Autism Directory in 2010 and later rebranded, the charity aimed to provide vital resources and guidance for families navigating autism.

The Welsh Government-funded National Neurodivergence Team, hosted by WLGA and in partnership with PHW, collaborates with local Autism Leads and health boards. They coordinate the Autism Leads forum, developing essential resources, ensuring unified, comprehensive support for neurodivergent individuals across Wales.

Bipolar UK is the only national charity dedicated to empowering individuals and families affected by bipolar. Peer support is at the core of our work. They empower approximately 1,000 people a month to stay well – and they have the ambition to reach thousands more.

Established in May 2006, Bullies out are one of the most dedicated and ambitious anti-bullying charities. Through their award-winning work with individuals, schools, youth and community settings and the workplace, each year, they provide counselling, education, training and support to thousands of people.

The aim of the Ajuda Foundation is to promote positive mental health & well-being support, resources, information and training to community groups, schools, education establishments and individuals who are disadvantaged, either by their social and economic situation such as, homelessness, poor mental health, disabilities or financial crisis throughout Wales.

Charitylog is a cloud-based CRM (customer relationship management) system used by around 1000 charities across the UK. It’s been designed specifically for charities and is supported by people dedicated to the nonprofit sector. It covers a wide range of services and requirements, from keeping track of contacts to running reports and managing referrals. All data is stored securely in the UK, and there’s a dedicated, named, UK-based support team.

Advocacy Support Cymru (ASC) is a registered charity based in Wales, with offices in Cardiff and Swansea. In 2012, it became incorporated as a Company Limited by Guarantee with Charitable Aims and took over all the contracts and services of its predecessor South Wales Mental Health Advocacy (SWMHA).

Their mission is to make life better for carers. Carers Wales provide information and advice on caring, help carers connect with each other, campaign with carers for lasting change, and use innovation to improve services. 


At Ajuda, they ensure to bring outstanding customer service to all of their clients. The company will teach anyone, anytime and anywhere, tailoring all courses to meet the individual needs and requirements of customers.

Child Bereavement UK helps families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. They support children and young people (up to the age of 25) when someone important to them has died or is not expected to live, and parents and the wider family when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying.

SO FIT provides solutions to improve areas of people’s personal and professional lives. From Community Health & Wellbeing, through to Outdoor Fitness and Corporate support, their specialised, award-winning programmes will refine, build upon and enhance the knowledge of self-care for you and your colleagues.

SOBS are the only UK-based organisation offering peer-led support to adults impacted by suicide loss. They help individuals support each other, at the time of their loss and in the months and years that follow. They aim to provide safe, confidential environments where people can share their experiences and feelings, giving and gaining support from each other.

At the core of NuCalm lies a scientific symphony of sound. By embedding carefully curated frequencies underneath soothing audio journeys, NuCalm’s neuroacoustic technology gently guides your brainwaves. This process leads to desired states of consciousness, whether it’s for + Improving Sleep+ Lowering Anxiety+ Increasing Focus, or + Elevating Performance. All in an easy to use App.

The Time to Change Wales campaign, led by two prominent Welsh mental health charities, Mind Cymru and Adferiad Recovery. Mind Cymru, fuelled by firsthand experiences, advocates for mental health awareness and stigma reduction. Adferiad Recovery offers specialised support for individuals and families dealing with mental health and substance misuse issues in Wales.

When it comes to attracting the perfect talent for your business, engaging with a consultancy with over 25 years of experience in the field is the perfect match. Redmore Recruitment Solutions is a business built on relationships with clients and candidates alike. Whether it’s permanent or fixed term contract, they guarantee to recruit and retain the highest quality of candidate into your business.

The MHW Awards is managed and organised by The Ajuda Foundation, a community interest company that promotes positive mental health in organisations, individuals and communities across Wales. All money raised will be used to educate hard to reach communities and organisations. We will create Mental Health & Wellbeing Champions across Wales.

Kudu delivers strategic, data-driven insights that delve deep into the roots causes of workforce challenges, both seen and unseen. Our approach is not just about quick fixes; it’s about prevention, proactive strategies, and implementing lasting solutions that enhance business growth and success. We believe employee wellbeing isn’t just a buzzword, it’s the foundation of thriving businesses.

Knock Out Depression helps people with depression to feel like themselves again. We are their cornerman, supporting them to understand the opponent that is beating them down and to come back punching; because we’ve been there, and we believe that nobody should have to fight alone.

Platform Wellbeing, a charitable organisation, supports individuals in diverse mental health projects like supported housing, youth programs, counselling, substance use, and employment services. Their focus lies in understanding trauma’s effects, identifying strengths, and nurturing healing for lasting wellbeing. Acknowledging limitations in ‘fixing’ they empower individuals on their journey, walking alongside them. 

Llais are here to understand your views and experiences of health and social care, and to make sure your feedback is used by decision-makers to shape your services. They seek out both good and bad stories so they understand what works well and how services may need to get better. They also look to particularly talk to those whose voices are not often heard.

Mind change minds across England and Wales by making mental health an everyday priority. By standing up to the injustices – in healthcare, in work, in law – which make life harder for those of us with mental health problems. Mind support minds – by offering help whenever you might need it through our information, advice and local services. 

With over two decades of experience, Practice Solutions, founded in 1999 by ex-social worker Gabe Conlon, offers tailored consultancy services to Wales’ health, care, and public sectors. Specialising in transformative change, they excel in designing and leading initiatives that enhance community well-being. Pioneering innovative workshops initially focused on safeguarding measures and abuse prevention for local authorities.

For over 70 years, Maximus have excelled in delivering employability services, recognised as experts in aiding diverse groups facing employment barriers. With 20+ government contracts, their community-based support focuses on individuals with disabilities, health conditions, criminal records, and long-term unemployment. Each year, their efforts empower thousands to secure sustainable employment, acquire new skills, and transform lives.


Working Well Together (WWT), a successful industry-led intervention supported by HSE and CONIAC for over 20 years, delivers crucial health and safety advice to hard-to-reach SMEs, self-employed, and micro-businesses in construction. Operating through regional groups, WWT is a vital initiative in promoting safety within the construction industry.

The Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health brings together world-leading researchers to focus on reducing anxiety and depression in young people. They focus on understanding, preventing & improving outcomes of anxiety and depression in young people.

Thriving Communities is an enthusiastic and dedicated team of health and wellbeing professionals who want to make a big difference in the  communities and workplaces around South Wales. Their vision is to empower communities to thrive through love, connection and purpose. 

RCS delivers personalised support, training and therapies to help people and businesses across Wales improve their wellbeing for work. An award-winning not-for-profit company, they pride themselves on delivering quality services that transform thousands of lives every year.

Dawn Griffiths, MD of DAC Training Solutions, boasts 30+ years in hospitality and education. From Chef to Hospitality Lecturer and industry standards roles, she’s an expert in Hospitality qualifications, compliance assessment, and quality assurance. DAC offers tailored training, compliance reviews, and quality guidance for varied sectors’ needs

Established in 2016, Case-UK now offers nationwide mental and physical health services. Evolving from a family-run enterprise, our growth hasn’t compromised our personalised approach. Through Able Futures, In-Work, and Out of Work Services, we cater to diverse needs, providing tailored support options across the UK.

3SC, a social enterprise, excels in constructing and overseeing SME supply chains, mainly for third sector entities, nationwide. Accredited ‘Excellent’ by Merlin, signifying sustainable excellence and adept partnership collaboration. We specialize in managing quality public services, leveraging our proven success and expertise in supply chain management across the UK


Rookwood Sound is a radio station that was created for people in staying in hospital. Their philosophy is that when you are home feeling well you have your own choice of Radio station to listen too, as expected this is quality radio providing you with what you want from it. Rookwood Sound aim to be as good as your normal radio station and try and surpass it where possible. Being in hospital does not stop you from wanting the same things, perhaps even more so the little things matter when time lays heavy while a patient in hospital.

Upbeat delivers engaging, fun-powered learning experiences highly sought-after in South East Wales. With growing demand under the new Curriculum for Wales, we assist schools in Expressive Arts training. Schools in Wales can access ‘HAVE a GO’ funding from the Arts Council of Wales for our workshops.

Adferiad is a member-led charity that provides help and support for people with mental health, addiction, and co-occurring and complex needs, to maximise their personal potential, and achieve a better quality of life. Our expert staff and volunteers apply a whole person approach to help people in all areas of their lives so they can live with dignity and as independently as possible. We are rights affirming people within a rights affirming organisation.

Dawnstalkers is an outdoor swimming community that encourages people to embrace the sea at Penarth Seafront, South Wales. Created by Grant Zetmayer, Dawnstalkers focuses on the joy of cold water, aims to create a community, share information, and motivate each other to maximise endorphins through this daily habit. 

Established in 2015, Elemental Health specialises in reducing teenage anxiety and offer training and support for understanding barriers to school attendance; Including counselling, training, parent support and therapeutic groups for young people. Elemental Health believes that with the right support young people can reach their full potential.

When a family loses a child or young adult the effects are devastating for all who knew and loved them.

2wish’s mission is to ensure that all those affected by the sudden and traumatic death of a child or young adult aged 25 or under throughout Wales receive the bereavement support they deserve.

Brown Paper Packages is an independent gifting company that was founded by Helen O’Callaghan in 2016. What started as a hospital gift box for her younger brother, admitted to hospital with Crohn’s disease, grew into a care package gift company shipping gifts worldwide. The Brown Paper Packages team has shipped tens of thousands of individual Brown Paper Packages and continues to strive for the highest service to spread the message of support and wellbeing across the UK and globally. 

Ara is a registered charity formed in 1987 by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. It is estimated that Ara has helped over 40,000 people with alcohol, drug, gambling and mental health issues and has saved an estimated £50 million in costs to the community.

Over many years Ara has provided structured treatment, counselling, housing support, education, training and employment guidance as well as many other interventions to promote recovery and a healthier life.

Working Minds aim to develop and deliver progressive and innovative health related services within communities, business and education.

Working Minds provide short term, solution focused therapies, longer interventions, and integrated support services with other organisations.

Their services are designed to accelerate the number of people coming forward for mental health help before they reach crisis point. Utilising the power of Lived Experience, they deliver culture boosting solutions that normalise mental health, giving people the language, tools and confidence to give or ask for help. A much welcomed side-effect of Bibliotherapy. Their services provide authentic connection, humanising mental health solutions through expert insights and lived experience wisdom.

Ray of Light Wales Cancer Support was set up in 2009, for and by people who are affected by cancer. Ray of Light recognises and understands the uncertainty, fear and change that comes with a cancer diagnosis. Every year in Wales over 19,000 are diagnosed with cancer but the impact of this diagnosis is felt by far more. They provide a confidential, safe and non-judgemental space to support people affected by cancer, and
through the turmoil of their loved one’s diagnosis, whilst trying to cope with daily family life. For many this support can be a lifeline.

Welsh Water, also known as Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water in Welsh, is a not-for-profit water company that provides water and wastewater services to the people of Wales and parts of western England. Established in 2001, Welsh Water is one of the largest water and sewerage companies in the UK, serving over three million customers.

Dewis Cymru is THE place to go if you want information or advice about your well-being – or want to know how you can help somebody else.

When we talk about your well-being, we don’t just mean your health. We mean things like where you live, how safe and secure you feel, getting out and about, and keeping in touch with family and friends.

Maggie has held around 30 jobs, eventually establishing herself as a graphic designer with an extensive portfolio. Due to diagnosed ADHD and Cyclothymia/Bipolar, along with recent physical health challenges, she’s struggled with regular employment. To keep busy, she’s worked and volunteered in the mental health sector, specifically focusing on suicide prevention. Maggie shares her views and experiences in the hope of helping others survive and thrive. 

Orbis Education & Care is a sector-leading provider of specialist services for children and adults with complex needs associated with autism. They specialise in providing individualised placements for unique individuals. 

Their focus is on supporting individuals: their needs as well as their strengths, interests and aspirations, in order to help them to become as independent and fulfilled as possible.

Being a neurodivergent adult in a neurotypical world can be daunting at times. If you’re not sure whether you have traits of, or conditions such as, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD – not all are hyper), Dyslexia or Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) it can be especially tricky to navigate the waters  and make your life easier.

Helen Davies helps fellow neurodivergent parents to make their own lives easier.

Family Pathway are a non-profit specialist in additional needs, mental health and wellbeing provision and they are committed to working with individuals, families, communities, and corporate settings to lead active, healthy and fulfilling lives.

Every day, NYAS supports, safeguards and empowers children, young people and adults across England and Wales. 

NYAS Cymru is NYAS in Wales. For over twenty years, NYAS Cymru have been helping care-experienced children and young people across Wales. We champion children and young people’s rights and work to make sure their voices are heard.

Nacoa (The National Association for Children of Alcoholics) is a registered charity (No. 1009143), founded in 1990 to address the needs of children affected by a parent’s drinking or similar addictive problem. This includes children of all ages, many of whose problems only become apparent in adulthood.

Nacoa is here to address the needs of children affected by a parent’s drinking or similar addictive problem.

Samaritans Cymru operates with a team of trained volunteers who offer a non-judgmental and confidential listening service. These volunteers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing a vital lifeline for those in need. The organisation aims to reduce feelings of isolation and despair by offering a compassionate and understanding ear to anyone going through a difficult time.

Donal Bourke’s journey to recovery led him to CBD and mindfulness meditation, transforming his wellness. His gratitude inspired Mindful Extracts, offering CBD products alongside guided meditations and expert insights for holistic wellbeing. With a genuine focus on wellness, it aims to guide others on their own path to wellness. 

The African Community Centre (ACC) Wales is a registered charity based in Swansea and Cardiff, which operates across Wales. All Ethnic Minority backgrounds who are current residence in Wales are welcome, especially African born, African Caribbean and British Africans. The ACC is committed to breaking down barriers, promoting participation and community cohesion, and understanding African culture within our local community.

Phillips wellbeing is an established counselling centre based in Newport, South Wales. We offer a counselling service to employees of both private and public sector companies and to private individual clients. 

Their core at Phillips Wellbeing is to provide clients with a shared understanding of their feelings within a trusting and caring environment. 

SBRI work with Public Sector Bodies to identify and resolve challenges within health. They will come and talk to you in a friendly and confidential way to discuss the challenges you are facing.

They will help you with the application process and to obtain SBRI funding, with ongoing support and assistance throughout the process.

Jayne Woodman, founder of The Menopause Team in 2019, advocates for better menopause outcomes in workplaces. With over 20 years in HR, she educates employers on supporting menopausal colleagues. As a lecturer and career coach, Jayne empowers women in mid-life, stressing that menopause awareness benefits all genders in fostering inclusive and supportive work environments.

iDiversity is dedicated to helping your organisation deliver inclusive solutions that connect your team with the information, products and services that they can access to achieve their aspirations. iDiversity provide specialist diversity & inclusion Services. 

Corporate Crusade offers consultancy, training and coaching equipping leaders and employees to flourish in VUCA workplaces, collectively achieving extraordinary outcomes for business, people and planet.

Curaleaf Laboratories are the UK-leading experts in the manufacture and distribution of EU-GMP medical cannabis as part of Curaleaf International, the biggest cannabis company in the world.

Providing healthcare services for people across Wales, delivering high quality and patient-led clinical care, wherever and whenever needed.

The Centre for Healing is an online education company dedicated to providing transformative learning experiences that empower individuals to reach their full potential. Their holistic approach combines cutting-edge knowledge, expert guidance, and a nurturing community to create a unique educational journey for each learner.

Teaching people from around the world about great nutrition and inspire them to live a healthy and active lifestyle, for his-and-her team Justyn and Laura, it’s all about the simple swaps to a healthier you – no diets, and no deprivation. So if you like cake, they’ll show you how to eat just the healthier alternatives.

Cymru Versus Arthritis ensures that people with arthritis in Wales have the support and information they need to live well with their condition. Cymru Versus Arthritis runs a number of different services for people of all ages with arthritis, ranging from activity sessions for young people to practical support and information for those with arthritis.

What our attendees had to say

“The choice of seminar/workshops and calibre of delivery was outstanding. The info gained from some
stall holders was extremely useful. It was good to meet some key and influential associates I had only ever worked
with and ‘met’ on screen - so the in person networking element was welcomed!”
Jessica Palmer

What our attendees had to say

"I loved the variety of seminars available and the social buzz in liaising with like-minded individuals"

What our attendees had to say

"There were loads of people offering support that I'd not heard of before. Freebies were a nice touch too. "

What our attendees had to say

"The process of attending all the different seminars was easy to navigate and it was great that there were so many rooms available so that a wide and varied range of seminars could be accommodated."

What our attendees had to say

"It was a wonderful collection of smart and driven individuals and teams with very useful insights into ways to help support and solve mental health issues. It was a very relaxed event with a positive vibe throughout. A great location. A great choice of speakers."

What our attendees had to say

"Very organised and good information available of different services at the stalls. "

What our attendees had to say

"Great networking opportunity with some great organisations and lovely people"

What our attendees had to say

"The Marketplace was amazing with loads of opportunity to network"

What our attendees had to say

"Trudy the event organiser was brilliant. Answered all emails. Friendly environment on the day. Everyone was lovely. Nice venue."

What our attendees had to say

"The venue is easy for parking etc and for people to locate if they are not familiar with the city."

What our attendees had to say

"Mental health is a very big issue today and free seminars like these, only help in building and creating awareness"

What our attendees had to say

"The diverse range of exhibitors and the super sessions I attended. The great atmosphere during the event and the quality of the venue. A selfie with Neville (resulted in a very jealous brother-in-law). A Frog from Govan in Glasgow. I also discovered Cardiff, during additional days around the event. "

What our attendees had to say

"That there were so many different groups and services on display to talk to representatives and encounter organisations and support services that in general you would never encounter."

What our attendees had to say

"There were a good selection of information stands with a whole range of services. As an organisation we made lots of useful contacts and lots of people signed up to our newsletter"

What our attendees had to say

"Lots of time for attendees to walk around the exhibition stands in-between seminars. Seminars spread throughout the day so a steady stream of attendees all day rather than one big rush at a certain time."

What our attendees had to say

"The variety of information available with the number of seminars & the number of different stands for each organisation. I feel that the event was organised very well - information was very clear regarding where each organisation's stand was located & the location of each seminar."