Our mental wellness programs are specifically designed to help SMBs, NGOs, Associations and Educators develop people-centric strategies, initiatives, and education. Consider us #YourCWO helping to bring mental health awareness and strategies to the forefront of all interactions.
With the unlocking of life after COVID, individuals and organisations are not only looking to adapt to the “new normal” but are shifting priorities to focus on the whole person. People are no longer just looking for work/life balance but want to enhance their mental wellness and develop their own personal psychological safety to thrive.
Here at The Mind Institute, we help put the “human” back into “human capital” by developing bespoke mental wellness initiatives to help your people thrive. Grounded in science and delivered with experience and empathy, we are your “mental wellness hub” offering insight that can be harnessed for enhanced openness, understanding and ultimately better communication and connection.
Are designed to align organisational goals with people-centric initiatives to work towards a psychological safe environment.
Dveelir evidence-based psychological and neuroscience education to build awareness and enable more profound human connection.
Provide an evidence-based understanding of how to harness mental resources for deeper, more direct, and safe interactions.
Utilise both training and facilitated discussion methods, based on your needs, to allow for deep thinking, learning and application.
Help define next step initiatives for continued individual, team and organisational development, learning, and support.
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Beth is a versatile business and mental health executive who has lived and worked in 5 countries, giving her unique global and cultural perspectives. She has an MBA and an MSc in Psychology & Neuroscience of Mental Health from King’s College London. As founder of The Mind Institute, she combines her 20+ years of business experience in program, marketing, and content management with her 10+ years of scientific study designing, developing and delivering people-centric initiatives. Her clients include small and mid-sized organisations, education establishments, and associations. Beth is a huge advocate for mental wellness education for tertiary students, performing as a guest lecturer and tutor at colleges in both the UK and Ireland. She lives in Dublin with her husband, two children and two crazy ginger cats.
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