Our Methods & Solutions

 

At Wellbeing Mental Health, we work closely with a wide range of cross-sector clients to provide a range of services – all of which equip organisations with the knowledge and skills to thrive.  We operate to the highest professional standards, and within the bounds of clinical responsibility. All of our services are evidence-based and designed and delivered by certified mental health professionals and business experts.

Our approach demystifies mental health in the workplace by bringing mental wellbeing programmes to life and making them sustainable. We instil staff with competence and confidence and build resilient workplace cultures that normalise conversations about mental health. We facilitate and enable early supportive interventions to restore mental wellbeing, reducing the human and financial cost burdens of presenteeism, absence and staff turnover.

We become a virtual extension of our client’s organisation. This gives them access to a wealth of qualified experience, guidance and knowledge. We develop bespoke education programs and provide an interface between employees and external mental health professionals to advise them on the most effective recovery pathways.

We offer a wide range of services to our clients, including:

  • Consultancy and Advisory
  • Experiential Learning Programmes – Classroom and Webinar
  • Duty of Care
  • Keynotes & Seminars


Consultancy and Advisory

 We partner with clients to develop and implement their mental health and wellbeing strategy. By providing independent subject matter expertise, best practice techniques and pragmatic frameworks, we help organisations to build the infrastructure and understanding for their employees to thrive.

Our approach demystifies mental health in the workplace by bringing mental wellbeing programmes to life and making them sustainable. We instil staff with competence and confidence and build resilient workplace cultures that normalise conversations about mental health. We facilitate and enable early supportive interventions to restore mental wellbeing, reducing the human and financial cost burdens of presenteeism, absence and staff turnover.

 

Duty of Care

 With ‘duty of care’ being the foundation of our ethos, every workshop is delivered by two facilitators for client and delegate assurance. This always includes a Clinical Psychologist who offers an unrivalled depth of mental health expertise.

All our instructor-facilitators are accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), are qualified and experienced in delivering Mental Health First Aid England (MHFA) courses and our Clinical Psychologists are registered with The Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).


 Experiential learning programmes

At the core of our approach is a portfolio of interactive half-day, one-day and two-day workshops – all of which are supplemented by a selection of stand-alone keynote speeches, webinars and seminars. All workshops include a comprehensive delegate handbook and are underpinned by our knowledge portal collateral.  Our learning experiences are designed, developed and delivered by practicing Clinical Psychologists and Samaritans Listening Volunteers; this combines a wealth of academic knowledge and real-life practical expertise. They are carefully devised to ‘reframe how we think, feel and behave with regard to mental health and wellbeing’. Delegates benefit from a deeper understanding of mental health and a changed perspective. Our aim is to achieve mental health consideration and parity alongside physical health both in ourselves and others.

Our popular programmes include:

  • The Real Business Case for Mental Wellbeing
  • Looking at Mental Health through a Different Lens
  • Self-care is Not a Luxury … it’s a Necessity
  • Compassionate Listening
  • Mental Health for Millennials and Gen Z
  • Beyond Awareness – Develop Mental Health Understanding
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing for Managers
  • Mental Health Allies
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing for Human Resources
  • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England

 For more details about any of these programmes, or to build your own bespoke programme, please contact us.

 

Keynotes & seminars

 We have an expanding selection of keynote speeches, seminars and webinars with themes ranging from ‘Mental Health Awareness’, through ‘Neuro-Chemistry and our Wellbeing’, to specific subject matter such as ‘Compassion’, ‘Digital Dieting’ and ‘Neurodiversity in the Workplace’. Durations range from 45 to 90 minutes and are suitable for any size of audience. Conference keynote presentations are in continual development, with each carefully designed around individual client requirements.

 

For more details about any of these services, please contact us.

 

T.A.L.K.© is a 4-step pragmatic, evidence-based methodology for normalising everyday conversations about mental health and wellbeing.

It can be used by anyone – in or outside of the workplace – and breaks down the barriers of talking about difficult thoughts and feelings. T.A.L.K.© provides the techniques and skills for effective and compassionate conversations between friends and colleagues. It explores the secrets of gentle questioning and effective listening.

T.A.L.K.© can be applied at all points on the mental health spectrum – from simply supporting someone who is having a ‘difficult day’ through to ‘crisis intervention’ and ‘suicide prevention’.

It provides for effective compassionate interventions, guiding delegates through the necessary stages to facilitate supportive conversations. It can be applied in the workplace with colleagues and associates, and is equally applicable for supporting loved ones, friends and family of any age. Furthermore, it can be applied to the general public for crisis intervention in support of complete strangers.

Protect and Restore (P.R.©) provides a wide array of evidence-based, clinically proven self-care methods, activities and techniques to help people to build a personal ‘Mental Wellbeing Strategy and Action Plan’.

P.R.© offers an assortment of proactive practices to protect mental health. These practices can easily be interwoven into our everyday lives. It also comprises a further collection of reactive procedures to restore our mental health at times of negative stress, or when we recognise our mental health is troubled or below its norm.