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All About IMPACT CIC

Impact is a social enterprise based in Cheshire, offering innovative and proven training and adult learning programmes for Wellbeing and Recovery.

Our facilitators are all highly qualified coaches and trainers with extensive experience of working with vulnerable groups in the community and those with mental health conditions. Originally providing training and support in Ellesmere Port local community, we are now funded by Cheshire West and Chester Council to deliver Adult Community Learning across the region.

We aim to develop the confidence of disadvantaged communities and individuals who experience deep seated and long term issues that prevent personal growth and support individuals to gain employment or develop enterprises.

Meet the Team

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Lisa Rossetti

Lisa is a published writer, researcher, biblio-poetry therapy practitioner and qualified leadership coach with over 20 years of experience working in the NHS, in Mental Health Recovery and in community settings.

She has an MA in Applied Storytelling for Health and Social Care, and runs workshops and "Story Cafes" across the North West. She is credentialled with the International Federation for BiblioPoetry Therapy (CAPF).

Lisa's passion is working creatively with her clients through poetry, stories and writing, enabling them to find and release their Voice. She uses a "coach approach" with her clients to develop confidence and wellbeing. Her work encourages her clients to develop personal insights to make gradual positive life changes.

Lisa can also offer leadership coaching and volunteering training for innovative thinking, stress management and better engaged team work.

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Sally Cerro Hughes

Sally is an experienced trainer and coach with a background in the youth and community sector, and over 12 years' experience of working in mental health settings, including training and coaching clients and staff. She has a wealth of experience within Mental Health and charity management as well as working with vulnerable client groups.

Sally is passionate about people development and believes everyone can achieve what they want with the right support and direction.

Sally uses coaching and mentoring skills alongside creative activities and training skills to develop individuals' skills on a practical and emotional level.
She has developed a number of creativity for Wellbeing courses and workshops utilising skills such as journaling and arts and crafts to manage mental health and improve wellbeing.

Sally is also able to offer training and consultancy to employers staff and volunteers around Coaching, wellbeing and mental health

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David Yardley

David is a force for positive change and helps to inspire, well-being, creativity and growth. David teaches and coaches people to release their sub-conscious brakes and move forward in their lives.
His positive, professional and caring approach consistently gets results. David has studied Psychology, Physical Education & Sport Science at Liverpool, Loughborough and Chester Universities and is a qualified teacher.
David's research interests include Inspirational Coaching, Effective Education and Teaching disadvantaged groups.