Arguably more important than ever in the workplace, mental health and wellbeing have been recognised as key elements for productivity and happiness within the workplace.


16 million people in the UK experience mental illness. At least 1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health problem each year with 9 out of 10 of those people experiencing stigma and discrimination.


Poor mental health is one of the biggest issues in the workplace today, causing over 70 million working days to be lost each year. 1 in 6 people are currently experiencing mental health problems in the workplace in the UK alone. Evidence suggests that 12.7% of all sickness absence days in the UK can be attributed to mental health conditions. However, it's estimated better mental health support in the workplace can save UK businesses up to £8 billion per year.


But while companies of all shapes and sizes increasingly understand the importance of good mental health, many simply don’t feel confident handling and communicating these issues in the workplace.


Lukes ‘Removing The Mask In The Workplace’ talk is aimed to up skill, inspire and normalise the conversation about mental health in the workplace.


The talk highlights the facts and statistics that affect us working in the workplace, includes Luke’s incredibly inspiring story how his own mental health battle and experiences and concludes with his top tips on how to improve your personal mental health but overall wellbeing in the workplace.


Luke’s session gets your employees active, thinking and hooked on a roller-coaster of emotions that enables your employees not only to learn but take confidence and competence from the session to take action straight away.

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Lukes Mental Health Workshop works best when delivered to small group with a maximum of 20 people. 

The aim of the workshop is to create a confident and comfortable environment where people feel competent enough to share their own thoughts and feelings. 


Sometimes people are too shy and afraid to talk about their own wellbeing. However, Luke’s Wellbeing Workshop is brilliantly led and is delivered in a fun and engaging way through using a range of practical activities.


Each participant will leave the workshop inspired to take action with practical advice that can be implemented straight away. 

If you want to normalise the conversation about Mental Health in your workplace then please get in touch here 


We arranged Luke to come and speak to both our Cardiff and Bristol offices on World Mental Health Week. Luke was brilliantly able to connect with our diverse range of staff as he was not only able to inspire them but educated them around this tough subject. All the staff left the talks feeling, energised, entertained and ready to take action to improve their mental wellbeing.