Mental Health at Work provide organisations with tailored mental health workshops; enabling open & natural conversations which help business thrive

What We Do

We develop and deliver bespoke mental health training programmes that affect change around mental health at work

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How We Do It

We use a Framework Approach in order to help organisations understand, manage and promote mental health at work.

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How It Will Help

Our programmes increase mental health awareness, bring sustainable changes in attitudes and behaviour around mental health and wellbeing.

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Who We’ve Helped

From MediaCom to Malcolm Hollis, our mental health workshops have been used within a range of organisations across all industries.


A mental health workshop is a learning platform. Focused on learning outcomes. Enables discussion for future actions. Supports skill development to drive change. Flexible and adaptable. Small groups, typically 9-16.


A webinar is a knowledge provision platform. Focused on listening. Introduces skills but not skill development Supports a broader programme. Suitable for a larger audience, typically 50-250.


E-Learning is a knowledge provision platform. Rapid, consistent scalability. Cost effective. Flexible learning and review periods. Language adaptation through subtitles. No limit on numbers.

Organisational success is driven by engaged and productive employees.

The workplace can be a necessarily demanding environment; tight deadlines, reduced resources, increased targets add to pressures and stresses from our lives outside work, meaning we can all experience changes in our mental health.

Understanding how to manage mental health at work can improve our ability to perform at our best.

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We can help you to understand, manage and promote mental health.

By implementing mental health workshops within your workplace you can :

We bring expertise around mental health in the workplace.

We are experts in workplace mental health. We will challenge you to think differently, energising active conversations and empowering action, which will help both individuals and organisations thrive.

We’re a not for profit, Community Interest Company (CIC) and a subsidiary of the Mental Health Foundation and we’ve been helping companies like yours since 2015. Our mental health workshops and programmes have increased mental health awareness and helped to influence a culture change in businesses throughout the UK and beyond. We would love you to be part of this journey

Taster Sessions

We appreciate that you’ll want to make sure that Mental Health At Work is the right partner for your organisation, including our approach to workplace mental health and the style of our facilitated workshops. We run regular Taster Sessions, designed for anyone who is considering a mental health programme in their organisation.

Taster Session Opportunity Introducing a Customised Wellness Action Plan

Wednesday 10th November 2021 FROM 08.30AM TO 09.30AM GMT AND 13.00PM TO 14.00PM GMT

VIA Zoom

Session 1 – 08.30am – 09.30am

Session 2 – 13.00pm – 14.00pm

In this virtual webinar we will explore the Mental Health at Work Wellness Action Plan (WAP) and the role they play in ensuring employee led conversations about keeping well at work.

We will look at how a WAP can help to introduce a personalised structure to keep individuals well at work and identify and act when this might change. We will frame this within the current environment as we return to offices or hybrid working, identifying issues before they escalate or providing support when they have appeared..

We’ll explore the skills a line manager needs to effectively implement a WAP and how it can be used to both build on and complement existing mental health programmes or policies.

There is a small charge for this event; as a not for profit, social enterprise, our mission is to change working lives, reaching as many people as possible in the workplace to change attitudes and behaviours around mental health. This fee enables us to continue to deliver this mission, whilst bringing frontline developments and considerations around workplace mental health to a broad audience. 

If you are an existing or previous customer of Mental Health at Work, please contact for your complimentary access code.