Staff must feel valued. One way to show them you care about their wellbeing is by offering mental health wellbeing workshops that they’ll not only enjoy, but actually benefit from. A Wellbeing Workshop imparts useful and important ideas and learning to your staff to take away, or it may offer a reflective space for respite and mindfulness.
Our workshops are tailored to the specific needs of employers and their staff, whether the organisation is big or small. We aim to cater to the individual and collective needs of your workforce. Helping them reflect on and understand what does and does not work for them, or to teach them skills they can use to nurture their potential, boosting their wellbeing and morale.
Phinity have designed workshops that have been specially designed for a variety of needs and goals. For example, we offer workshops that help staff make more of their potential, to tend to their physical and mental health with tools and strategies, feel more satisfied and boost work ethic, or offer a mindful space in a hectic work life.
Our workplace wellbeing programmes can be of a therapeutic, educational, and/or coaching nature. They are interactive, experiential, engaging, and structured, ensuring your staff have not only learned something, but can take something away to implement for continued progress.
Our workshops will not help you ‘tick a box’, this is lazy on the part of providers, something that we aren’t. Our workshops are specially researched and designed, incorporating psychology to benefit people. So, if you want to treat you staff, and yourself, message us today. Let’s discuss your needs and requirements – an assessment can take up to two hours and will involve a collaborative and transparent discussion to ensure we have understood you well, so you and your staff are happy.
Wellbeing workshops can help you address difficulties your staff may be experiencing, that impact them at work. Sometimes a workshop can be just what is needed to inject some energy and momentum back into the workplace environment.
Your business should function like a well-oiled machine, and prosper. This can only happen if you take care of your staff and their wellbeing.
We offer Wellbeing Workshop in Birmingham. Phinity Therapy also serve other cities and countries through our network of qualified therapists. Online therapy is also available, catering for those who cannot reach our clinic or have busy schedules.
Make a commitment to taking control and living the life you want and deserve. Start by booking your Free Initial Consultation Today and speak to one of our friendly principal therapists about your concerns and desired goals.
*Due to limited time slot availability caused by high demand, we now offer only one Free Initial Consultation for prospective clients, further conversations are charged at our normal rate.
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