Mental Health & Wellbeing at Work: Exciting Collaboration
Vista Collaborate with Leading Mental Wellbeing Provider, Thrive UK
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Vista Collaborate with Leading Mental Wellbeing Provider, Thrive UK

Are your team thriving or surviving at work? A recent Deloitte report revealed that the cost to employers of poor mental health is on the up. Now more than ever, its time to get confident in creating positive conversations around mental health and wellbeing at work.

At Vista people stories are our entire business, and so we feel passionately about our ability to support employers in achieving this. That’s why we are thrilled to announce a new partnership with our friends at Thrive Mental Wellbeing – one of the UK’s leading innovative and comprehensive mental health providers who are making waves globally, helping organisations to deliver confidential digital therapy and mental health support through their NHS-compliant app.

Vista and Thrive will be working together to help employers and HR professionals gain the knowledge, skills and tools they need to better manage mental health and wellbeing at work.

We’ll be tackling sensitive topics to help employers deepen their awareness and understanding around topics such as addiction, trauma and mental health crisis in the workplace; alongside providing practical management techniques and training to ensure employers can manage mental health effectively, and with empathy.

How can you get involved?

The first step in our collaboration together comes in the form of three webinars, hosted by our industry experts, Tracey Turner and Katrina Thomas. You can meet them below.

Meet Tracey, Mental Health & Wellbeing Expert and Employee Relations Trainer at Vista

Tracey has over 15 years’ experience as an employment solicitor and is MCIPD level 7 qualified. During her time as a practising solicitor, Tracey developed a passion around helping employers understand and improve positive mental health and wellbeing in their organisations. 

Tracey has managed a mental health charity supporting young people recovering from psychosis, developed wellbeing strategy in large organisations as well as developing employee networks and delivering training in mental health and wellbeing awareness.

Having worked as an Employee Relations Manager in large organisations in different sectors including Charity, NHS and Commercial, Tracey is keenly aware that paying attention to the wellbeing of a workforce makes an enormous difference to productivity, innovation, organisational citizenship and being an authentic Employer of Choice.   


Meet Katrina, Practice Development Manager at Thrive Mental Wellbeing

Katrina is a dynamic professional with a rich background encompassing roles as a teacher, trainer, and Business Psychologist.

Her journey, crowned with an MSc in Occupational Psychology from Goldsmiths University of London, equips her with essential skills in leadership, coaching, and understanding diverse personality types within the workplace. Katrina is entrusted with leading the design and delivery of evidence-based psychoeducation to prevent the onset of mental health conditions in workplaces.

Rooted in an unwavering passion for education and psychology, Katrina firmly believes that education is the bedrock of a healthy society. With a keen understanding of communication nuances and relationship dynamics within a workplace, she is dedicated to shaping productivity, empathy, and team dynamics in her role at Thrive Mental Wellbeing.


Join the conversation by booking your place on one, two or all three of our series of webinars:

Breaking Chains at Work: Understanding and Tackling Addiction in the Workplace 

It’s time to break the stigma shame. Addiction in the workplace comes in so many shapes and sizes and whilst it can often be hard to spot, a supportive and inclusive workplace environment can make a big difference to an employee who may be struggling.  

Find out more and book your free place on the webinar here.

Navigating the Aftermath: Understanding and Addressing Trauma in the Workplace 

How can you help your colleagues provide the support needed to those affected by workplace trauma? This webinar forms part of Mental Health Awareness week, and we’ll be shining a light on the impact of trauma in the workplace and the ripple effects mis-managed trauma can have throughout an organisations culture.  

Find out more and book your free place on the webinar here.

Experiencing Mental Health Crisis: How to Provide Effective Support in the Workplace 

UK mental health statistics clearly demonstrate that employers need to be equipped to support their employees at any stage of a mental health crisis.  In this third webinar we will explore both strategic and operational factors to consider to help employers discharge their duty of care, compassionately and effectively.  

Find out more and book your free place on the webinar here.

We can’t wait to see you there!

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