Healthy Minds Employee Assistance Programme
Tranceform’s Health Minds Programme
Today’s business environment is more demanding and stressful than at any time in the UK’s commercial history. Employees are expected to be agile, adaptable and skilled across many more ‘domains’ than previously, and this brings with it lots of ‘pressure to perform’. We need healthy minds as well as healthy bodies in order to cope with this pressure.
Whilst your people may have an admirable set of ‘hard skills’ and academic qualifications these may often be significantly under-utilised by both the individual and the organisation if the person in question is unable to cope with the demanding working environment and is lacking in what have become known as ‘soft-skills’.
Our Healthy Minds Programme is designed as an employee support service that can teach your staff a set of proven, evidence-based scientific principles and techniques allowing them to Thrive in the most demanding environments. When your staff are able to cope with demands they will be able to thrive, and when your staff are thriving your business will thrive too!
How Does It Work?
In most cases organisations send their staff to us here at our offices in Wombourne to undertake the programme. Over 10 one hour training sessions we will help the candidate identify their own limiting paradigms and unhelpful thinking styles so that they can become aware of how these might be limiting their ability to cope or perform.
Following this initial process of self-insight, we then teach a number of cognitive and behavioural tools and techniques that help to reverse these self-imposed limitations which subsequently help to create thriving healthy minds and elevated levels of resilience and coping mechanisms. The healthy minds programme creates tangible and measurable changes in people that can have a dramatic effect on personal performance and self-fulfillment.
Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS CCG Case History
We have been an approved supplier of our healthy minds programme to the senior heads of department and other key staff at the Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Clinical Commissioning Group since early 2018 and have been receiving extremely encouraging positive feedback about the effectiveness of the programme.
Thank you for all of the referrals you have picked up at SWB CCG recently, the feedback I have had is really positive and colleagues are talking about how good it is and how much it has helped them personally.
I have had such positive feedback that I have had 2 more members of staff talk to me about potentially accessing the programme.
Thriving at Work
The healthy minds employee assistance programme is based entirely on our Thriving at Work service and involves following the highly popular, state-of-the-art Thrive Programme which we have been delivering, along with a global network of approved consultants, since in inception in 2011. Tranceform Psychology have been part of the programme’s evolution since it first emerged as the Changing Limiting Beliefs programme in 2009.
As well as holding a BSc in social psychology (and currently reading for his masters in Psychology) Paul has also held senior board level positions for SME’s across the Midlands and senior manager roles in continental Europe. Combining this corporate background with his skills as a trainer and psychologist ensures that the healthy minds programme is always delivered with a solid understanding of the pressures associated with very senior roles within complex organisational structures.
Want to Find Out More?
If you think you or members of your organisation could benefit from following the health minds programme, then please DO get in touch with me for an initial discussion. I can, if required, deliver (free of charge) a structured presentation about the programme and the types of benefits it can provide at your business premises by arrangement.
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