We’re rewriting the story of workplace wellbeing

The stories that make us

The impact of the communities we build has never felt more evident. This is our why.

After becoming an Everymind champion, I feel so lucky to have taken this short course to expand my skills even further, in order to support my colleagues whenever they need it. I think Everymind are wonderful and are opening conversations up around mental health in the work place that haven’t previously been had.


Everymind champion

Sometimes there is just too much information out there about mental health that it gets overwhelming. My colleague sent the Everymind Champion course around and it was a no-brainer. It was great that I could fit in the course in between everything else.


Everymind champion

I’ve been going through my own personal stresses and I’m putting into practise some of the things I've learned through the Everymind Champion course. I’ve found it’s helped me segregate the different ways I can help myself and break things down. It puts me in a better position to then be able to support other people too.


Everymind champion

Being a standalone HR, managers often come to me for advice on everything wellbeing related, these sessions have helped me feel more prepared and confident to tackle these queries. Always looking forward to the next session.


Head of HR

These monthly sessions always make me feel like I can tackle the world! So refreshing.


HR Advisor

I absolutely love these sessions. The chat function is always on fire throughout the webinar - such a great community to be a part of too!


Learning & Development Lead

I'm blown away. This is my first session but consider me very much into every single one of these! What incredible information, and there are new and innovative ways of presenting this. I'd consider myself pretty 'up' on wellbeing info, but I've learned so much.


Wellbeing Lead

This community is packed with talented individuals who share the same enthusiasm. It's not just a place to network; it's a platform where we can connect, exchange experiences, and dive deep into the real-world challenges and triumphs of the HR profession.


People & Culture Lead

I really enjoy the meet & learn sessions each week. They are a great way to find out information and network with other HR colleagues, to brainstorm and share ideas, and I have learnt so much from others and will be looking to implement some of those ideas in my business. Everyone is really supportive and there are some great thought provoking topics all of which are very relevant and help me build my own MHFA network and plans.


HR Business Partner

I love the coming together of like-minded people to share our wins and challenges, great conversation talking about different wellbeing topics and learning from each other’s knowledge and experience. It's so easy to get bogged down in what is happening in our own worlds so the Academy is a great opportunity to just take a step back and share some challenging issues and see how others would deal with them too. It is so helpful to feel that this network is there to keep on learning and growing together.


Learning & Development Lead

I have loved every minute of being part of the academy! The ability to connect with HR professionals across the UK and discuss the best ways to support colleagues has been an invaluable experience. I have learned so much already. Jessica leads the sessions wonderfully, and I always leave the calls with lots of learnings, insights and ideas. My only regret is that I didn't join it sooner!


HR Director

I always leave the monthly MHFA development sessions feeling more positive and ready to help others, one of the reasons why I wanted to be MHFAider is to support others in the best I can.


MHFA at Wates Group

As a MHFA, I love having a safe place I can share my experiences with others who are going through similar things. Having the opportunity to share ideas and discuss with other MHFAiders is the community and support I needed to do my best in this role.


MHFA at Pharmaron

Taking part in the Menti polls and having group discussions on each question is my favourite part of the development sessions. We cover so many different topics each month with the opportunity to always bring our own questions to the session.


MHFA at Aldermore

In the past, being a MHFA (or a supporter) has felt quite lonely at times. Joining these sessions every month has really helped me feel supported and part of a community, where everyone is on the same mission. They are always a great reminder that looking after our own wellbeing is important too.



The purpose behind the people

Inspiring, raw, complicated and real. These are the stories from our Everymind Champions who take their own experiences of mental ill health and use them as a catalyst for change.

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Putting the ‘H’ back in HR

Explore heartfelt personal stories and experiences from compassionate HR professionals who genuinely prioritise employee mental health.

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A champion’s story

Ramona's Story

I've really made an effort to look after myself better - whether it's going for daily walks or runs, diving into meditation courses for my wellbeing, or simply jotting down things I'm grateful for each day in my journal, these practices have truly made a difference in how I approach life.

How becoming a champion helped me

The course was a game-changer for me. It's not just reinforced what I've already been doing; it's given me that extra push to be there for my loved ones and even acquaintances when they need someone to listen.

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Lauren’s Story

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Gordon’s Story

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Emma-Lee’s Story

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of our partners recommend us to other organisations. Explore our case studies to learn why.


of Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAs) expressed a need for additional support in their roles.


of workplaces recognised an improvement in employee wellbeing since partnering with us.


HR professionals trained


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Frequently asked questions

In the simplest terms, our platform allows organisations to provide a strong support system for their MHFA and Champion networks. The result is a more effective network that helps reduce sickness absence related to stress and well-being, lower levels of mental health stigma (cultural change), and improvements to EVP, with eNPS scores improving across several large organisations. Additionally, many of our clients have become award-winning organisations, recognised for the support they provide, winning awards from InsideOut and the British Safety Council. To learn more, you can view our customer stories here and our full FAQ just here.

The risks behind a poorly supported wellbeing network include:

  • The failure to address foreseeable issues. This means that if an organisation is aware that an MHFA is struggling in their role and it’s impacting their mental health, a failure to provide support could be viewed as negligence in court.
  • If an MHFA provides poor advice to an individual in severe distress or fails to take the right actions, the organisation may face significant implications.
  • The lack of a support system around the network also impacts the Health & Safety obligations the organisation must meet.

There is a lack of public cases around the above issues as many are wrapped up within non-disclosure agreements. Every week, we speak with organisations that have encountered these scenarios and have been pushed to implement the necessary systems and support for MHFAs and Champions.

Absolutely. We can offer consultation and support you with a phased approach to get your network of MHFAs and Champions up and running. We can also provide resources on how to identify and train the right people, in addition to delivering the training for you. Wherever you are on your journey, we’re here to assist.

Many organisations have tried this approach, but the results have been poor. This is because the EAP service was not designed to support MHFAs and Champions; it was designed to meet the overall needs of all employees. Without the context of the role of MHFAs or Champions, it is unlikely to provide the right guidance, support, and reassurance needed. For example, an EAP can’t offer a debrief after a difficult conversation with a colleague or provide guidance on how to initiate conversations with someone an MHFA is concerned about. The skill set and wellbeing needs of MHFAs and Champions are vastly different from the rest of the employee population.

Another key factor to consider is that EAPs typically have long response times, which isn’t useful to MHFAs or Champions. There are many situations where they need to be proactive. Evidence shows that the sooner individuals get support, the better the outcomes in terms of their recovery and ability to manage mental health-related issues.

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