About Well at Work
At Well at Work, we believe that for people to thrive they must be physically and mentally well and feel supported in their work environment.
Since 2003, Well at Work has been raising awareness of mental health in the workplace, reducing stigma and enabling staff to feel empowered in respect to their own and other’s mental health with practical support, advice, information and toolkits.
We believe that taking small steps towards creating an open and supportive working environment can create a big change to staff wellbeing and productivity levels and we are here to help you on that journey.
Get in touch with one of our account manager’s today to learn more about how we can work together by sending us an e-mail at email@example.com
Our team is made up of Workplace Wellbeing experts with a variety of previous experience in psychology, management and consulting backgrounds, enabling us to understand the various challenges you may be facing and the best way to support you.
Below are some of the team who might work with you:
Head of Well at Work
Alice joined Well at Work in 2019 as Head of Well at Work and leads on the consultancy offering. Prior to joining the team she worked in management consulting where she experienced first hand the impact of a high pressure working environment, as well as seeing friends and colleagues experience a range of mental health problems as a result of long hours, stressful roles and management that didn’t feel confident in handling the topic of mental health. She also saw how the culture was often to deliver at any cost, rather than awareness of the importance of wellbeing for performance. This experience helped her to understand the importance not just of driving change in how organisations approach workplace wellbeing but in doing so in a way that enables greater employee engagement and productivity.
Outside of work Alice loves walking her dog Rhubarb with her husband and having games nights with friends and family.
Senior Workplace Wellbeing Trainer
bra joined Well at Work in January 2020 as a trainer to deliver training and consultancy to organisations seeking to improve mental health awareness and workplace wellbeing in the workplace with specialism in delivering to senior leaders as she understands the challenges faced at all levels of an organisation and the unique pressures that this can bring. Debra has extensive and substantive experience as a senior leader with over 28-years’ experience leading large multiple discipline teams in Sales, Marketing and Technology Development as a Managing Director in a ‘start -up’ entrepreneurial environment, Divisional Digital Director for a Global Local and Regional Media Company and as a Commercial Director for a Sport and Entertainment Image content producer serving National Newspapers, Broadcasters, Government and Public Sectors.
Debra is a qualified Mental Health First Aider, qualified and extensively experienced business & leadership coach, and trainer. She shares her own ‘lived experience’ both living and working with a General Anxiety Disorder and enables her to expertly deliver ‘Managing Mental Health and Wellbeing’ workshops to a wide range of organisational cultures in both the profit and not for profit sector.
Outside of work Debra is married to Mark who had an operational and training career with the Metropolitan Police for over 30 years and now works as a consultant, trainer and coach for police medic and firearms courses, and she is also mother to her teenage twins Oliver and Sophie. Her family pursue active sports such as cycling, skiing and rowing, of which Debra enjoys being on the side-line for most of the time. In her relaxing time Debra likes to read, cook and go for long walks in nature with friends and their dogs.
Harry is the Well at Work Account Manager within our team. He is the first point of contact for clients and creates long-term, trusting connections with our public and private sector partners respectively. Currently studying for a diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Harry has an underlying passion and specialist knowledge of our training and consultancy services. He has a strong track record of building strong relationships with a varied client based – including private equity firms, digital start-ups and working as a Religious Studies teacher!
Harry joined Mind to make a positive difference to workplace wellbeing and bring mental health awareness to the forefront of our client’s priorities in order that their people can thrive. Outside of work, Harry enjoys reading about psychology, playing football, learning Italian and playing the piano.
Workplace Wellbeing Trainer
Tabby joined Well at Work in 2018 as a Workplace Wellbeing Trainer, developing and delivering mental health awareness training to corporate, public and third sector organisations. She has a degree in Psychology and since graduating in 2014 has perused her passion for sharing health and wellbeing knowledge, qualifying as a trainer and mindfulness practitioner. Tabby spent several years teaching first aid in schools and sports clubs in the UK and in South Africa. Tabby also spent 2 years on a Digital Marketing graduate scheme which provided insight into the workings of corporate organisations.
Tabby has brought her experiences together to develop and deliver mental health and wellbeing training for Well at Work to raise funds for Mind, alongside studying for a masters in Health Psychology at UCL. Her hobbies include taking walks by the seaside with her dog, listening to podcasts and having a cup of tea or coffee and chats with her friends and family.
Alison joined Mind in November 2017 and has delivered training on managing mental health in the workplace to a diverse range of organisations in the private and state sector, working with managers, non-managers, and senior leadership. Alongside this role, Alison is a counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice, working with a broad spectrum of mental health conditions and client presentations. In both these roles, she finds the human connectedness, diversity of people and reflective discussions enormously rewarding.
In her previous career, Alison spent 15 years in the corporate sector, primarily in investment banking and digital publishing. There she had her own experience of mental ill health, suffering from severe depression and anxiety, and so knows first-hand the importance of support from managers and peers. It was her personal recovery journey that inspired her to retrain and develop her current career. As a result, Alison is passionate about raising awareness of mental health issues in the workplace and equipping employees at all levels with the tools and resources to support their colleagues and teams.
Outside of work, Alison enjoys running in the beautiful parks of South West London, paddle boarding on the River Thames and spending time relaxing with her family and friends.
Lis became an associate trainer with Well at Work in January 2018 and delivers mental health awareness and workplace wellbeing trainings for private and public sector organisations.
Lis is an award-winning author, International speaker, wellbeing, and people development consultant. She has an inspirational mental health journey of her own, which empowers organisations to develop mentally healthy cultures that increase employee engagement and productivity and where everyone thrives. Lis delivers keynote talks, is on speaker panels and offers mental health and wellbeing consultancy and training.
Highly motivated to get results that enable real and lasting change and with a strong track record in programme and key account management, Lis is passionate about mental health and a powerful influencer who is focused and committed to ensure that outcomes are positive, realistic, and sustainable.
A qualified and experienced Business & Leadership coach, Master NLP and Mindfulness Practitioner she is passionate about igniting self-belief in others and loves watching the results that come when people are liberated to be themselves; to witness their ‘aha’ moments and inner shifts when they step more fully into who they really are and become more empowered leaders of their lives and businesses.