latest news

EFA community forum now launched

September 17th, 2010

Grish art are proud to announce the launch of the new Emotional First Aid community forum. This forum has been designed for existing EFAers and EFA Trainers to share strategies, network with and support each other. This is the first of two new web launches, the second being the new EFA website due for launch 20/10/2010.

efa community forum

Dancewise studios web launch

August 18th, 2010

Grish art has recently launched dancewise studios website. Designed and constructed using accessible navigation whilst offering detailed information for visitors on dance classes and latest news and events. A fully integrated wordpress allows for updatable class sections, exams and results as well as blog posts. Stunning dance image galleries feature events and classes. Any feedback is very welcome, please visit

Dancewise Studios website

UCIS Charter Launch

July 16th, 2010

A new project entitled ‘User Carer Involvement Subgroup’ run by various organisations including Fairbridge and Southampton City CAMHS required a brand identity, logo design, leaflets and posters. The idea behind the Subgroup is to offer young people involvement in the decisions that affect them, asking for their general feedback and their opinion on the service. Pictured below, the UCIS logo designed by Grish art

ucis logo for launch of Charter

EFA National CAMHS launch

March 22nd, 2010

On 24th March 2010, the Emotional First Aid team will be launching their training courses to a national audience of employees and managers at the CAMHS forum. The event aims to highlight the achievements to date, the number of cohorts already provided throughout the South East, the awards received, the testimonials from course participants and a presentation on the EFA journey and where it will go from here. Grish art will be present to support the team at the event in Whitechapel, London.

Primary Emotional First Aid

January 20th, 2010

After the incredible response to NHS Southampton City CAMHS EFA Emotional First Aid training courses which are for people who work with Young People ie Youth workers, teachers, social workers etc Dave Smith, Stuart Gemmell and Jacquie Kelly (the authors of the course) have now developed it for those who work with primary aged children. Primary Emotional First Aid offers an even earlier chance of assisting those showing signs of emotional distress or ‘stuckness’. Grish art are proud to be associated with this crucial project. Our concepts and designs are merely the external package, it is the content and the experience of these courses which are having such a lasting effect on the participants. Pictured below, the Primary Emotional First Aid course handbook.

primary efa logo and cover

Logo design for jewellery range

November 19th, 2009

Abi Bright, sales manager at Market Connections, commissioned Grish art to create a brand name and design a logo for a range of contemporary jewellery. The ‘Adorn’ concept was well received with brand image and guidelines following suit. Having provided a series of first stage visuals for the client, we have developed a final logo design (pictured below) to be used throughout the marketing of the products.

adorn jewllery logo