The SHE Show Thrash Out Changing Mindsets – Mental Health, Overcoming Adversity, Health and Wellbeing
Wednesday 10th March 2021, 10:00am – 11:00am

What is The SHE Show Thrash Out all about?

We are proud to announce the launch of a new FREE online monthly series of webinars entitled The SHE Show Thrash Out. As the name suggests, this will be a frank, honest and open discussion on selected topics with our chosen conversationalists. Ultimately, we want all attendees to takeaway new thought patterns, inspiration, motivation, hints and tips to take on board and share with colleagues.

Changing Mindsets

Our first Thrash Out session will be all about Changing Mindsets – Mental Health, Overcoming Adversity, Health and Wellbeing, Wednesday 10th March 2021, 10:00am – 11:00am

Duncan Aspin, Head of SHEQ, VolkerStevin, will facilitate the discussion, joined by the following conversationalists…

Colonel Andy Reid MBE, Danny Sculthorpe, Phil Veivers, Dr Helen Garr (see short biographies below)

What will be discussed?

  • Mental Fitness / COVID Fatigue & Wellbeing
  • Anxiety / Stress / Depression / Fear
  • Motivation / Overcoming Adversity / Resilience
  • Homeworking / Isolation / Loneliness / Work Overload


Duncan Aspin, Head of SHEQ, VolkerStevin

Duncan has worked in construction for over 30 years both operationally on site and as a health and safety professional. He has extensive experience in designing and implementing successful behaviour change within organisations and champions embracing a positive, inclusive and solution focused culture.


Colonel Andy Reid MBE

In October 2009, Colonel Andy Reid lost both his legs and right arm after stepping on an IED while on patrol in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. His injuries were so bad that it was thought he would not survive; however, he astounded people with recovery, returning home after just two weeks in the hospital.

Serving in the British Armed Forces was a childhood dream for Andy, who continues to reflect positively on his time in the army and the fantastic opportunities and experiences it allowed him to experience. A testament to his attitude in overcoming adversity, he doesn’t let the severity of his injuries stop him from living his life with a positive mindset


Danny Sculthorpe

Danny a former international rugby league player. During a training accident he sustained a serious spine injury that forced him into retirement. Danny suffered severe depression and despair with frequent thoughts of taking his own life. He felt like he was a burden to his family and thought that his wife and children would be better off without him. Fortunately, with the help of his family, counselling and clinical support, he was able to recover.


Phil Veivers

Phil an Australian ex Super League player with over 500 appearances in the top grade. After coming to the end of his playing career he embarked on a successful coaching career winning numerous trophies.

Then, through losing his job in management, he felt like a failure and suffered badly with depression on top of losing a family member to mental health problems, his issues got worse, and he fought his way through this with talking and goal setting as his coping mechanisms.


Dr Helen Garr

Dr Helen Garr an experienced GP and leader in the field of mental health and wellbeing. Helen is Deputy Director of NHS Practitioner Health – the largest health care professional mental health treatment service of its kind in the world.

With a background in psychology, coaching, and as a clinical champion for physical activity for Public Health England you can be assured that Helen will inspire and motivate you to make positive changes to your wellbeing that really make a difference.