Workplace wellbeing & mental health

  • Ensure your people deal well with stress & stay at the top of their game.
  • Address mental health challenges which are hard to discuss, or may otherwise go unrecognised.
  • Integrate wellness and mental health initiatives within your people plan.

Mental Wellness

Feelings of anxiety, fear and loneliness are rife currently  and seriously risk compromising our mental health; this workshop looks at how to understand and deal with those feelings in a work environment.

  • Understand the deep-rooted role and effects of anxiety and what happens when it ‘hijacks’ our behaviour
  • Learn a 4-step process for managing experiences of heightened anxiety, stress and being overwhelmed
  • Explore how we can practice compassion to ourselves and others
  • Identify ways in which we can self-care to protect our mental health

Led by an experienced  Chartered Clinical Psychologist

Mental Wellbeing for Managers

Understand the causes, signs and symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression,

  • Understand the importance of culture, promoting openness, listening & trust upon stigma
  • Get comfortable with mental health conversations
  • Have confidence to offer appropriate first-line support in the workplace
  • Take care of their own mental wellbeing so they can support others

These sessions are led by an experienced Chartered Clinical Psychologist

Mood and Food

As understanding of the link between what we eat and how we feel continues to grow, organisations are paying more than lip service to employee nutrition. Now that the office fruit bowl is no longer relevant, what should you be doing and how?

  • How showing your emotions is good for business
  • Making the most of your energy – no matter how challenging the workload
  • Tuning in to your natural workday rhythms
  • Boosting your mood and avoiding toxic environments
  • The 5 secrets of happiness

According to the Mental Health Foundation, 1 in 7 people experience mental health problems in the workplace (14.7%).

Evidence suggests that 12.7% of all sickness absence days in the UK can be attributed to mental health conditions.

There’s been a huge rise in the number of workplace wellbeing programmes in the UK but the key to their success is not simply in their introduction but their integration.

This requires seeing beyond simple improvements in key metrics, such as decreased absenteeism. Workplace wellness is about culture shift.

Our approach to wellbeing and mental health is designed to support clients as they create greater awareness and skills internally by delivering informative and also fun workshops and events.


“For those at the vanguard, employee wellbeing is becoming the new total reward, the new employee engagement. These forward-thinking reward and employee benefits practitioners consider wellbeing to encompass broader emotional and financial health” – Employee Wellbeing Research 2017 The evolution of workplace wellbeing in the UK