Wellbeing services

While we’re extremely proud of the quality of our mental health services, good workplace wellbeing is about so much more than this aspect alone.

It’s about listening to and supporting your employees with the issues that really matter to them – which is why we’ve designed a range of courses on everything from listening skills and understanding the brain to nutrition and menopause.

If you already know what you’d like to focus on you can pick from the list below, alternatively you can hire us to carry out employee engagement to find out where your gaps are.

Perhaps you know what you’d like to cover but can’t see it on the list? We love building bespoke courses to meet individual clients’ needs.

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Employee engagement

Bitesize courses



Employee engagement

Bitesize courses



Employee Engagement

How do your employees REALLY feel about your organisation?

Our employee engagement surveys provide you with an in-depth, evidence-based picture. We’ll uncover what works well, areas for improvement and create a report full of useful recommendations and practical interventions.

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Bitesize courses

Small but mighty courses on a range of wellbeing topics, designed to fit neatly into your teams’ busy schedules.

These shorter courses break subjects down into 90-minute sessions. The result? Heightened employee engagement, increased learner retention, and much more flexibility when planning into your calendar.

Sessions include: Self-help tips for anxiety, Understanding the brain, Supporting perimenopause and menopause in the workplace, Nutrition for good mental health.

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Fuelling your body with the right foods can have a huge impact on overall wellbeing. With the help of our registered nutritionist, we offer a range of options to support your staff to make healthier choices.

From our corporate drop-in sessions to a six-month gut health course, our diet and lifestyle advice will help everyone feel their best.

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Creating healthy, supportive workplaces for women experiencing perimenopause or the menopause benefits everyone.

We are certified Menopause Experts and have created courses to help break down barriers, reduce stigma, ensure adequate training is given to team members at every level and to make sure everyone has access to the support and resources they need.

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If you’re a manager or leader and feeling stuck, professionally or personally, coaching can give you the advice and guidance you need to help you figure out your next steps.

We offer a six-month programme, guided by your needs, where we’ll set realistic goals, look at the barriers to overcoming them and give you the confidence to move forward.

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“Amy’s run several education sessions for our Menopause Community, which have been extremely well-received.

There’s a warmth about Amy that makes people willing to share. She makes it a safe space for people to open up.

When you’re asking staff to give up part of their day to attend a session you need to know it’s going to be worth their while, and I can confidently say that any training run by Amy is.”

Bethan Davies, Risk and Compliance Director, Freeths , and founder of Freeths Menopause Community

She struggled with her own gut health for many years, with over-the-counter medicines failing to provide any relief, so decided to take matters into her own hands, completing a three-year diploma in Nutritional Therapy.

She now works with people struggling with their own gut health, hormonal imbalances and chronic disease, taking a full-body approach to their health.

She delivers our Cultivating a Healthy Gut for Good Mental Health programme.

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Her background is in mental health and wellbeing having worked in a range of settings including businesses, the NHS and charities.

Kate has lived experience of mental illness and previously worked as a Peer Supporter for the NHS before joining a local company delivering sport and wellbeing session in schools where she spent many years before becoming a freelance trainer.

Kate has been a qualified Mental Health First Aid instructor since 2014.

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Her vast experience in business – working as a management consultant for companies like KPMG before setting up her own consultancy practice – has seen her designing and delivering practical interventions to companies from varying sectors.

She developed her own model for employee engagement that has seen fantastic success in the corporate world.
Sue has an MA in HRM/MCIPD and is a BPS registered Behaviour Assessor.

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