Welcome to Viability
This is your space
An Oasis where you can relax, kick off your shoes, enjoy yourself in the art of living, feel free, think big, think small, this is a place where you will be seen, take your time and breathe, sense the moment and open your heart, laugh, cry or be crazy if you like,
This is your space
-Anonymous-
Who we are here for : 

For Individuals 

 Situational Depression and Anxiety
Coping skills during life changes
Chronic Illness support
Youth (Teen and young adult) support
Worry and Rumination
Distress Intolerance
Interpersonal skills (e.g anger/imposter syndrome/self Image/self actualisation)
Boundaries
Procrastination
Self Awareness
Mindfulness



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For Schools 
Tailored per Grade/Age
Detention Programmes
Emotional Intelligence
Self Definition
Strength Identification
Ethics
Values (societal/personal/contextual)
Purpose discovery
Emotions and depth motivation
Adulting 
Centers of Intelligence
Coping skills
Bullying


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For Organisations 
Bespoke programmes
How your staff can make your organisation successful
Emotional wellbeing in the workplace
Ethics
Organisational values and morals
Employee wellness = profits
On site assist
Creating mentally healthy workplace
Stress and Anxiety in the workplace
Absence management
Managing staff working from home
Growth and Development within a crisis



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Viability Development Solutions
Not Therapy Therapy

Our Mission is to support and help each individual to discover the best of themselves. We might not be able to save the world, we can however, be there for every person who crosses our path and ask for our help.


We believe in the Starfish philosophy:


One day a man was walking along the beach when he noticed a young boy hurriedly picking up and gently throwing things into the ocean. Approaching the boy, he asked, "young man, what are you doing?" The boy replied, "Throwing starfish back into the ocean. The surf is up and the tide is going out. If I don't throw them back, they'll die." The man laughed and said, "Don't you realize there are miles and miles of beach and thousands of starfish? You can't make a difference!" The young boy listened politely, nodded and bent down, picked up another starfish and threw it into the surf. Then, smiling at the man, he said:


"I made a difference to that one"