Shabbir Mellick has been working as a Pharmacist since 2012 and has a keen interest in mental health. As a pharmacist he advices the public about medicine and other health issues such as depression, addiction etc. From this Shabbir has undertaken to put some of his methods learnt in enjoyable books and journals to help tackle mental health. Having experienced the positive benefits of gratitude in his life, it seemed a natural fit to share this with others. Always on a path to help others first and foremost, Fitrah designs was formed, and we have been helping people ever since.

After going through a few personal issues Shabbir has become extremely passionate about incorporating gratitude and other techniques into both his professional and his family life. Over the past year Shabbir has been working with charities such as Penny Appeal and Mind to raise awareness and help tackle mental health issues. Along with this Shabbir has been delivering talks in schools as a volunteer, teaching children how gratitude and mindfulness can empower them and support them to flourish.

Working as a pharmacist has allowed Shabbir to have a broad understanding of patient behaviour believing that knowledge, mindfulness, gratitude and support systems are the back bone of good health, Shabbir is also a strong and passionate advocate for a holistic approach to health and wellbeing.

Fitrah designs was set up to produce a collection of easy to read self-help books about mental health. Fitrah designs are trying to aid and provide solutions for mental health by creative innovative approaches to tackle mental health and support wellbeing. 

Below are the companies Shabbir has collaborated with as a volunteer to promote mental health and well-being:

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Mind.org.uk is a registered charity in
England (no. 219830) and a registered
company (no. 424348) in England and
Wales.

They work to make sure nobody
has to face a mental health problem
alone. 
Penny Appeal was set up in 2009 to provide poverty relief across Asia, the Middle East, and Africa by offering water solutions, organising mass feedings, supporting orphan care and providing emergency food and medical aid. Since then we have transformed lives and empowered communities around the world, helping to break the poverty cycle and build brighter futures. ​
The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) is part of the Division of Pharmacy and Optometry, within the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at the University of Manchester. Our team of staff are committed to offering continuing professional development opportunities through high-quality services and learning materials.