Mental Health Consultation

It does not necessarily have to cost you a fortune to implement low-level initiatives or strategies to raise awareness of workplace mental health. However, at the very least, it is highly recommended that you have a conversation with a specialist.

In-house Mental Health Wellbeing

In-house opportunity for employees to get the support they might need to cope with issues such as stress, anxiety or depression. We also have our very own in-house Counsellor in Amelia.

Mental Health First Aid (Training)

While our trainers have both professional and personal experience of Mental Health, another key element of our services is the flexibility we provide. We can develop bespoke courses and programs based upon your specific requirements.

Public Speaking

As a Veteran who served 14 years in the Army, published author, Entrepreneur and successful Businessman, who has been battling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and daily chronic spinal pain for the past five years.

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Welcome to 360 Wellbeing - Mental Health First Aid, Menal Health Consultancy for Business & Workshops

360 Wellbeing guides you in the most efficient way of supporting the Mental Health of your employees, whilst also reducing your overall business costs within areas such as; Recruitment, Retention, Presenteeism and Productivity.

360 Wellbeing provides you with flexible, all-round support for your workplace Mental Health requirements, including: Guidance and Consultancy, Training (Mental Health First Aid) and Implementation support, 1-to-1 Counselling and Holistic Therapies. We are there for all your Workplace Wellbeing needs and those you’ve not yet identified.

We are dedicated to Leading, Inspiring, Facilitating and Empowering businesses and organisations, to gain a better understanding of Workplace Mental Health, identifying how it impacts them and how to better support their employees.

Looking to improve your employees mental health & wellbeing? Do any of the following sound familiar:

  1. Would you like to know what to think about when looking at Workplace Mental Health?
  2. Would you like to reduce business costs, whilst better supporting the Mental Wellbeing of your employees?
  3. Are you sending or have sent, staff on an MHFA course, but unsure how best to implement the Training so it’s most effective for you?
  4. Are you looking for something more “Bespoke” with your Mental Health Training?
  5. Have you seen little or no difference in costs, culture or the Wellbeing of your staff, after receiving Mental Health Training?
  6. Have you a Workplace Wellbeing Day to arrange and unsure what suppliers to bring in and which are trustworthy?

Or anything along those lines? Then Drop Us A Line today as we can help you with these and many more questions aside, remember that Mental Health is individual and so flexibility is essential in anything you do within Workplace Mental Health.

What’s The Impact On Your Business?

Absenteeism, Recruitment, Retention and Presenteeism costs businesses up to £42bn a year, how are they impacting on your business and how committed are you to reducing costs and enhancing your workplace culture? The key is gaining a better understanding of the subject, identifying what your pinch points are and deciding what specific aims you wish to achieve.

It is not about getting you to spend money with us, it is about demonstrating how to invest your money effectively and for this investment to increase efficiency, thus reducing your costs while supporting your employees and earning their loyalty.

Where Are You Now? What Mental Health Training Do You Need?

Mental health is not a “one size fits all” area, so you need to spend time in the planning phase, before investing in areas that will provide a limited return. You have identified that mental health is impacting your business, what do you do now?

A recent study showed 60 per cent of employees would feel more motivated if their employer showed support for their wellbeing. How do your staff feel about their workplace? Training (Mental Health First Aid) is essential at every level within the workforce and should be based around: Prevention, Intervention and Protection, with your middle management at the core. How well trained are your employees?

Mental Health Services we offer

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Testimonials

Katy Frith

A really interesting and engaging session today, thank you so much for attending. It’s not often that such a session will provide a full action plan for an organisation and some really key areas to address, in order to address Mental Health within the workplace. Highly recommended any organisation having Nick come in and speak to your staff, your managers or your leaders! Thanks again, Nick!

Katy Frith
HR Manager, Havebury

Danny Morgan

I highly recommend Nick, the depth of his knowledge and the manner in which he openly talks about a subject that affects so many lives is nothing short of inspiring.

Danny Morgan
Tech IOSH, Health, Safety & Facilities Manager

Glen Clayton

It was a pleasure and an honour to have you in this morning to speak about PTSD Nick, I know the team took away some great insight and learning around this topic. Thank you

Glen Clayton
Aspire Oxford

Mental Health First Aid Attendee

This morning a colleague came to me and told me they’d considered taking their own life and were talked out of it by an emergency helpline. They’re still really struggling to cope and needed to tell someone. If it weren’t for you, I don’t think I would have had the skills to handle that well at all. I’d have done my best, but there was one key thing you said on the course that I repeated during the conversation and it made such a difference. It was simply to say to that person “that’s ok, that’s completely normal and you’re not alone in feeling that way.” It changed the entire conversation. I haven’t tried to ‘fix’ things or create solutions to their problems but my colleague really appreciated being able to tell someone and we’re keeping the lines of communication open. Their family don’t even know that they came close to taking their own life, but we’re talking things through and looking at support options together.

Thank you again for being so open and honest about your own experiences and providing me with the tools to help my colleagues talk about their challenges. It made all the difference.

Jamie Briggs

We were delighted that Nick agreed to give up his time to talk to club members after training on World Mental Health day. He gave a very honest, candid talk about his journey with depression and PTSD to 55 players and members alike which was greeted with great respect. It was extremely well planned and presented.
Banbury Rugby Club prides itself on being a forward thinking, open, family club and Nick certainly helped to support this ethos by giving a better understanding of mental health and the impact it can have on individuals and their families and friends. We wish him well on his journey and look forward to seeing him on the sidelines at the club.

Jamie Briggs
Senior Rugby Club Chairman, Banbury Rugby Club

Esther Wasser

Thanks very much for a wonderfully informative, very real and much needed talk about Mental Health. Our employees appreciate now much more the importance of Self care and overall the importance of Mental health as a topic. They were truly grateful for your honesty and openness throughout the talk and waiting to speak with them individually afterwards, was very generous.

Esther Wasser
Senior People Business Partner, McAfee