Did you know?
70 million sick days are lost each year due to mental health
£43 billion is lost each year to the UK economy as a result of: sickness absence, reduced productivity and staff turnover
The UK economy loses £7 billion in mental health sickness absence alone
1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men experience domestic abuse
1 in 20 children experience sexual violence or abuse
20% of women and 4% of men experience sexual violence assault
What do we offer?
Bespoke packages tailored to suit the needs of your company or organisation.
Consultation & Strategy
Review and development of methods in place to approach wellbeing and improve staff performance
Workshops on a variety of topics including: wellbeing, culture development, resilience, stress management and understanding the impacts of abuse and trauma
1:1 Support & Signposting
Direct support for staff who want to learn more about their own needs or how to support others
Work with us to:
Improve workplace culture
Improve confidence in navigating sensitive topics
Improve business outcomes
Reduce workplace stress impact
Improve productivity of staff
Understand the needs of those around you
Support survivors of abuse & trauma to feel safe to access support
Understand your own individual needs
Identify support provisions available
Improve coping strategies for stress & anxiety
Understanding mental health first aid & advocacy in the workplace
Safe Lives certified
Support for survivors of domestic abuse & violence
Lime Culture certified
Support for survivors of sexual abuse & violence
Mental Health First Aider
"I have recently had contact with Emma at Thrive Safe about how we can positively support staff as they come back into the office. We spoke to Emma about opening conversations about how staff were feeling.
After this, we then had a member of staff who identified having some wellbeing needs and we engaged with Emma for some direct support for the staff member. This staff member has had the best sales figures 2 months in a row and now of the year, seems happier at work and they all continue to keep in contact with us about how they are feeling.
It has proved to us just how important wellbeing is in the workplace. We will be adding wellbeing action in our next sales meeting. we wouldn't hesitate to pay to send a staff member on other work-related training. If we can invest in helping someone to feel better in their working day and life, why would we not do that?
It's sometimes what we don't see or know about where this type of support can make a difference."
Roger Peck, Director at KBB East Anglia Ltd
Workshops & Webinars
Information and awareness
90 minute, 2 hour, half day or full day bespoke workshops and webinars on topics including:
General wellbeing needs
Self care and self help
Building coping strategies and resilience
Understanding impacts of abuse and trauma
Domestic and sexual abuse awareness
Peer2peer: identifying harmful sexual behaviours in young people
Confidence and self esteem
Length of sessions will vary depending on content requested
Both can be delivered online or face to face
Workplace Wellbeing Package
Consultancy & Strategy review
Support to improve proactive management of staff wellbeing.
Address gaps in offers of support, improve policy and protocol as well as identifying gaps in knowledge.
Packages can include:
Consultation to assess current workplace strategy
Sample structures to review and assess wellbeing
Webinars or workshops
Follow up calls
1:1 Support & Signposting
1:1 sessions for staff of all levels to:
Understand wellbeing needs for them and others
Further exploration of webinar/workshop content
Self-help and mindfulness information
Signposting to relevant national and/or local services
Services have had to adapt all over the world to meet the needs of our everchanging environment.
At Thrive Safe we are committed to always providing our service with wellbeing as a core focus.
We would aim to provide personable services in a face to face environment but at this time we appreciate the safety risks in doing so.
All current provisions can be delivered by telephone, Microsoft Teams and email contact for those who do not feel comfortable to engage in face to face support yet.
We want to ensure that those who come in to contact with our company are aware of the breadth of support available to them.
We are aware that some of the topics we explore may highlight further support requirements outside of what we are able to provide.
This signposting space is created as a generalised signposting area for some national and local services.
Please do not make any disclosures via our contact form.
We are subject to safeguarding and confidentiality boundaries and cannot promise confidentiality if the information shared makes us believe that you are somebody else is at risk if we do not share the information to relevant professionals.
We will discuss our confidentiality boundaries with you upon initial contact.