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Workplace Wellbeing

Workplace Wellbeing

Workplace Wellbeing


A series of recent studies have shown that burnout is on the rise and that workplace stress is causing staff across many sectors to seek changes in their employment. This course offers a selection of the best evidence-based, self-help strategies like breathwork, CBT-based learning, energy therapies and mindfulness, aiming to introduce participants to a series of practical techniques to support them in supporting themselves, and to build and sustain a supportive culture within their workplace so they can support each other.

A quiet space from which to take part is preferred, an open mind is essential!

Who is it for?

Those who have experienced burnout or are exposed to stress in their workplace, plus the team leads and managers who support them.

A practical accompaniment for those who have completed our Vicarious Trauma course.

Additional info

  • Copy of powerpoint presentation after session
  • Attendance certificate upon request


Costs and Rewards on our courses for members and non-members.

Open Training

  • Available virtually
  • These courses are an opportunity to learn alongside other organisations.
  • Up to 4 delegates from 1 organisation on each course
  • Course capacity: 16 delegates

Inhouse Training

  • Available virtually and in-person
  • These courses are an opportunity for your team to learn together
  • Training materials and learning content can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your organisation
  • Courses suitable for between 6 and 16 delegates

Enquire about inhouse training via

Upcoming Open Training:

Date: 23 May 2024

Time: 10.00 – 16.00

Channel: Virtual - Zoom

Contact us via to find out more, or book directly via the form below.