Join us in Manchester on Thursday 17th May for Mental Health Awareness Week

The day will focus on practical tools and techniques for HR colleagues

and Line Management to use and share with teams when

supporting people who are mentally unwell.

This approach promotes a workplace culture that aligns

with early intervention to manage mental health issues before

they become more serious and costly.

These techniques are designed to encourage staff to remain in their jobs and feel supported, strengthening the relationships at work and alleviating pressure from management.

The result is an increase in productivity and performance as we find absenteeism and presenteeism are reduced and the costs associated with mental ill-health are lowered.


Neuro Linguistic Programming

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


Positive Psychology

Emotional Brain Training

Depression and
Low Mood
Psychosis and Other Mental Health Difficulties
Eating Disorders
Addictions and Other Destructive Behaviours
Financial Pressure
Anxiety and Fear
One-to-one counselling and psychotherapy for students who may benefit from confidential emotional and mental health support. Group Learning Sessions in areas that are critical to positive mental health such as building self-worth and confidence, becoming resilient, managing difficult relationships.

Schools benefit from flexibility: we can be there when you need us Cost-saving – no need to employ full-time staff when you can operate on a day-rate Time-saving – let us use our expertise to support students whilst you focus on running the school.

28 Days of Self Care

We hope you have enjoyed our 30 Days of Mental Strength last month across our social media platforms! This month we will be unpicking the concept of self-care and offering lots of strategies for you to try to make sure those levels of positive energy are continually topped up! After all, Valentine’s Day is not just about showing love to others!

Chakra Corporate Mental Health meets The Swim Specialist! As part of Chakra’s 28 days of Self-Care campaign this month, we have teamed up to discuss how swimming can be a great exercise for self-care. Our aim is to promote positive mental health, by encouraging; self-care, self-love, and self-compassion.

Stay connected

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Here you will be the first to find out any exciting news we have and you can keep up with our wellbeing posts. 2018 is going to be a very exciting year for us and you won’t want to miss a second!