Why Use Us?

When it comes to mental health at work there are many providers who offer training.

However, mental health at work is not just a training issue.  It’s more than that.

Mental health is a strategic issue, because when peoples’ mental health is compromised, it affects their focus and thinking, their judgement and decisions, how they communicate and build relationships, and ultimately, how they contribute value to the organisation.

That’s why you want to work with an organisation that both understands the strategic implications, and is committed to enabling meaningful change.

Mental Health at work is a strategic
issue as well as a training issue.

We specialise in providing guidance and support, as well as training, specifically around mental health. Training that is unique in that, in addition to the generic content provided by other training providers, it incorporates:

The most up to date neuroscientific information available…

Equipping people with the knowledge, tools and confidence to look after their own mental health, so that they can be the best version of themselves in every area of their life, including their work.

Both legal and commercially driven reasoning and methods…

Upskilling managers with the knowledge, tools and confidence to proactively manage mental health, so that they can lead their team effectively.

Our Training

Increases understanding and self-Awareness

Inspires personal responsibility

Improves confidence and competence

Incites intervention & behavioural change

Our Facilitators

Our facilitators are not only competent trainers, they are also qualified and experienced therapists, running their own practices, where they successfully treat individuals suffering with stress and anxiety and a wide range of associated mental health issues, everyday.

Our combination of experience and expertise means that we are also able to support you to identify and mitigate mental health risk in your organisation and to develop a culture which promotes a happy working environment and in effect, a happy organisation: one that is both profitable and sustainable. 

What Janet Atkin, Assistant Director, HR Services of Cambridgeshire County Council has to say:

“Working with Mental Health in the Workplace was one of the smartest decisions we have taken in recent times in terms of investing in the wellbeing of our workforce.

The challenges facing us in the public sector have been tough for years and never more so than during the pandemic, but I genuinely believe that the learning and development we received as part of this programme has helped us increase our resilience and cope better both in our professional and personal lives.

It sharpened the focus for us on the wider wellbeing agenda and the practical and informative way it is delivered resonates with everyone who attends – I have never seen such consistently positive feedback for any training course throughout all roles and layers of the organisation”.

Janet Atkin

Assistant Director, HR Services, Cambridgeshire County Council

If your people could be more resilient, more motivated and more productive.  If your leaders could be more equipped to manage work-related stress.  If your sales and profits could be improved,


Learning more about mental health is the first step and for many employers, it has proven to be a step that made a significant difference.