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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do you charge?

  • A one hour workshop is £200 and two hours is £300.
  • Half day training is £400 and full day is £800.
  • School day rate is £300 and a one off lesson is £75.

Do you offer online/virtual training?

Yes! Due to changing times I am able to offer training via Zoom or Teams. I attended training at the beginning of the pandemic to ensure my facilitation is as good online as it is in person. Watch this video, to hear the benefits of learning online

What makes you different from other training providers?

Not only do I have the professional experience, but also the personal experience of all the courses I deliver either through myself, friends or family members. I also aim to make training events as informal and fun as possible even if they are depressing and morbid subjects!

My training methods include bingo, crosswords, wordsearches, short videos, game quizzes, anything else interactive and plenty of prizes! All delegates receive training resources and an USB stick for the organisation with extra resources to take back to their work place.

How much notice do I need to give if I have to cancel?

I recognise on occasions, you may need to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances and I ask that you give me as much notice where possible. Notice exceeding 5 working days will not require full payment.

What is your procedure if you have to cancel?

I am committed to offering a high quality service that meets the needs of my customers and very rarely, circumstances may arise which will result in the need to cancel. In this incident, I will take quick and active steps to inform you as soon as possible by phone and/or email. Where I do have to cancel an event that you have already paid for, I will offer you a full refund. For the record, I have never cancelled any training in 10 years!

What is your confidentiality statement?

This service seeks to support young people and vulnerable adults to encourage them to make informed lifestyle choices. In the process of working with service users I aim to protect them from harm, either from themselves or other people. For their well-being I may need to inform other professionals if concerns are raised but I will always discuss this with the service user to help them understand why this is the case.

Are you prepared to work evenings and weekends?

Of course! Working unsociable hours is something I actually enjoy and any work you book is totally organised around your needs and around your working hours.

How many people can attend a day training course?

I recommend up to 15 people for an in person course and lots more for online learning depending on how interactive you want the sessions.

What agencies have you worked with?

Who haven’t I worked with!? I have worked with a number of organisations including schools, colleges, children services, sexual health, adult services, trading standards, the prison service, the police, youth offending teams, the probation service, the courts, children centres, leisure centres, housing, drug intervention teams, rehabilitation centres, local authorities, churches and more. More recently, I have worked with more corporate clients including Sunseeker and Microsoft.

If I wanted to book training, how much notice do I need to give?

The more notice the better but I have been known to fill in for last minute cancellations from other agencies the day before an event! I think having at least 2 weeks notice is feasible. Some agencies book me up to a year in advance but I am totally flexible on what works for you.

Can I customise training packages to cover a number of subjects?

Yes no problem at all. I understand that I must always cater to the specific requirements of the agency paying for my services and that the training has to adapt to the clients you are working with.

What distance are you prepared to travel?

Distance is negotiable and over night expenses will be applied where necessary. Most of my work is in Hampshire and Dorset but I love seeing other parts of England so just ask if you need me to travel outside of these areas. I have worked as far as Lincoln for just a day so always worth an ask!

Are you DBS checked?

Yes I have an up to date and enhanced DBS, a copy of which is available on request.

Can I obtain references of your previous work?

Yes again, this is available on request if desired. You can also check out my Testimonials page to see what my clients have to say.

What experience do you have?

I have 20 years experience in working in the training and education industry specialising in substance misuse and wellbeing. I have worked frontline with young people, adults and families as well as in management roles working in all sectors. I have worked on an array of projects from drink spiking, healthy relationships, mind over matter programmes getting people in to exercise, coordinating conferences and staff away days, consultation work for local authorities and charities and of course, lots of training!

What qualifications do you have?

I have numerous certificates and qualifications including:

  • BSc Hons Criminal Justice Studies with Psychology
  • DANOS (Drugs and Alcohol Occupational Standards) Level 3
  • Child Protection and Safeguarding, Drugs and Young People
  • Steps to Excellence for Personal Success
  • Difference and Diversity, Fundamental Concepts of Training
  • CBT for Psychosis
  • Sex and relationships Education
  • Alcohol Brief Intervention Advice
  • Young People and Alcohol
  • Award in Education and Training (formerly the PTLLS course).

Do you do one-to-one work?

I don’t but am able to signpost to the right organisation that can help. I am happy to work with small groups if desired.

Are you ready to book a training session?

...or do you have more questions?

Call me on 07703 670654 or email for more information

Stacey Miller Consultancy Client Testimonials

There is much more help out there than I thought. I now understand positive thinking influences other and I am going to make a more conscious effort to compliment others to improve working relationships.”

I will be ordering a few of those happy kits please. After your session with us I have been focusing on Sleep, Exercise and food and what a difference I feel! I have also taken up a new sport…walking rugby which is really random…I start on Friday!’

I am 13 years old and have a lot of anxiety. I joined the lesson for the free sweets and food but actually I really liked the lessons that gave me lots of ideas on helping myself.

We have used Stacey for a number of engaging wellbeing sessions on various topics, all of which have had high number of attendances and very positive feedback. I would certainly recommend Stacey to any person/company who is looking for an experienced wellbeing consultant to provide high quality sessions with lots of helpful tips to take away.”

“Amazing delivery of different subjects to talk about. Really gave a safe place where you could open up. Gave different coping skills and really felt like I learned a lot in a short timeframe. Would defo recommend Stacey. Thanks.”

Corporate Client Manager, Vitality Health, Bournemouth

“Definitely the best lesson we’ve had on drugs. Like the personal stories and not telling us what to do but giving us the facts.”

Year 9 student, Admiral Lord Nelson School, Portsmouth

“Wow … what a fantastic experience. I joined a Wellbeing Retreat at Sculpture by the Lakes in Dorchester. Firstly what an amazing setting, very fitting. There were a series of workshops as well as the opportunity to practice Yoga. Stacey Miller’s workshop on ‘The Power of our Thoughts’ really struck a cord with me. What an amazing reminder of how our thoughts have a direct impact on our lives and an excellent reminder that, if we want it, we really can have much more in control of our own lives than we might think! Loved it, a great day, thank you!”

Estate planner, Roche Wills and Trusts, Hampshire

“Just attended a self esteem and confidence webinar with Stacey and I didn’t realise there differences between to two if I am honest! Great tips to boost my life which I really need right now! Extra bonus on hearing real life experiences.”

Rail North Partnership Manager, Transport for the North

“I found the training assisted me in recognising the importance of taking time out during the working day to maintain my own personal mental health wellbeing. also the importance of ensuring that staff within my team do so too.”

Family support worker, Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole Council

“There is much more help out there than I thought. I now understand positive thinking influences other and I am going to make a more conscious effort to compliment others to improve working relationships.”

Engineer, Sunseeker International, Poole

“Thank you so much for today Stacey, we had a great time playing happy bingo and all left like we learnt a lot! We’re going to make it a team thing to do one new thing a month from now on. We’ll keep you posted how we get on.”

Chief Executive Officer, MyTime Young Carers, Dorset

“I am 13 years old and have a lot of anxiety. I joined the lesson for the free sweets and food but actually I really liked the lessons that gave me lots of ideas on helping myself.”

Year 9 student, Ormiston Park Academy, Aveley, Essex

Around 40% of people in England who have overlapping problems including homelessness, substance misuse and contact with the criminal justice system in any given year also have a mental health problem.

(Mind, 2020)

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On a mission to Spreading kindness, positivity and gratitude through training and education.

My name is Stacey Miller and I have 20 years professional experience in the field of substance misuse, mental health and domestic abuse working with all sectors to upskill their staff.
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