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Head Office is made by us;
Carly and Laura.

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Combined we’ve got over 20 years of PR and communication experience in leading boutique, independent and global agencies. Over the years we’ve developed and delivered a heap of successful communication strategies, events and PR campaigns. We know the importance of clear and relatable conversations.

We’re also two women who have seen first-hand the specific mental health and wellbeing issues that can be experienced at work. And feel passionately that we want to play our part in shifting behaviour in clear and easy-to-understand ways.

Get to know our team...

We work with a collective of brilliant mental health and wellbeing experts who share our no-nonsense approach and use their specialisms to help deliver our tailored solutions to you.

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Dr. Hannah Taylor

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Hannah Taylor

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Hannah is passionate about normalising the experience of mental health within workplaces and the wider community. An experienced Clinical Psychologist who is skilled in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), compassion focused therapy (CFT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and clinical research, Dr. Hannah previously worked in the NHS and is now focusing on private clients and workplace wellbeing.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

Thinking mental health is black and white - you’re either ‘unwell’ or ‘well’. The reality is we all spend most of our time living in the ‘grey’

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Amy McKeown

Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategist

Amy McKeown

Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategist

Amy has been working within health, mental health and wellbeing for almost 20 years. She combines a background - specialising in psychology – with expertise in mental health, occupational health, health analytics, and health insurance. Not only does she have the ability to design strategic programmes, she also has the practical ability and experience to implement them effectively.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

Businesses putting a fruit bowl in reception and calling it a wellbeing strategy

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Dr. Shelley Kerr

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Shelley Kerr

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Shelley is a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about compassionate approaches to change. She has specialist training in compassionate focused therapy (CFT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Within her work Dr. Shelley strives to create a safe, non-judgemental space to support people exploring their difficulties and finding ways to create positive change.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

Descriptions like ‘dysfunctional thinking’ and ‘thinking errors’ for natural processes that happen in our minds when we’re distressed. Change is so much easier when we accept evolution has made our brains a bit of a mess - and that’s not our fault!

Dr. Hannah Taylor

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Hannah is passionate about normalising the experience of mental health within workplaces and the wider community. An experienced Clinical Psychologist who is skilled in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), compassion focused therapy (CFT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and clinical research, Dr. Hannah previously worked in the NHS and is now focusing on private clients and workplace wellbeing.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

Thinking mental health is black and white - you’re either ‘unwell’ or ‘well’. The reality is we all spend most of our time living in the ‘grey’

Amy McKeown

Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategist

Amy has been working within health, mental health and wellbeing for almost 20 years. She combines a background - specialising in psychology – with expertise in mental health, occupational health, health analytics, and health insurance. Not only does she have the ability to design strategic programmes, she also has the practical ability and experience to implement them effectively.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

Businesses putting a fruit bowl in reception and calling it a wellbeing strategy

Dr. Shelley Kerr

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Shelley is a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about compassionate approaches to change. She has specialist training in compassionate focused therapy (CFT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Within her work Dr. Shelley strives to create a safe, non-judgemental space to support people exploring their difficulties and finding ways to create positive change.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

Descriptions like ‘dysfunctional thinking’ and ‘thinking errors’ for natural processes that happen in our minds when we’re distressed. Change is so much easier when we accept evolution has made our brains a bit of a mess - and that’s not our fault!

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Dr. Michelle Wilson

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Michelle Wilson

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Michelle is a Clinical Psychologist that has worked in the NHS for over 10 years, in a range of clinical settings. She continually works on developing her compassion focused therapy (CFT) skills and also has an interest in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) approaches and uses this flexibly within her work depending on the needs of the individual.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

The idea that getting support with your mental wellbeing is a luxury or "add on" - we're all human, it's kinda essential for us all!

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Dr. Chancy Marsh

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Chancy Marsh

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Chancy is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist & Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience in mental health through both the NHS and private practice. Skilled in psychodynamic psychotherapy, mentalisation based treatment and narrative therapy, Dr. Chancy feels strongly about the power of a collective community working together and the shared responsibility of how mental health can be supported within the systems that we live and work.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

It’s only 'mental health' when something goes wrong

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Dr. Nicolina Spatuzzi

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Nicolina Spatuzzi

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Nicolina is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with 12 years of experience in the field of mental health in the NHS. She now works predominantly in private practice helping people of all ages move towards living a more fulfilled life. She has an interest in helping people overcome low self-esteem and those wishing to have a more positive relationship with their body image, and draws from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and compassion focussed therapy (CFT) to assist with this.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn't around:

The perspective that seeking help and support for emotional distress is a sign of weakness. We can't always power through on our own.

Dr. Michelle Wilson

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Michelle is a Clinical Psychologist that has worked in the NHS for over 10 years, in a range of clinical settings. She continually works on developing her compassion focused therapy (CFT) skills and also has an interest in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) approaches and uses this flexibly within her work depending on the needs of the individual.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

The idea that getting support with your mental wellbeing is a luxury or "add on" - we're all human, it's kinda essential for us all!

Dr. Chancy Marsh

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Chancy is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist & Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience in mental health through both the NHS and private practice. Skilled in psychodynamic psychotherapy, mentalisation based treatment and narrative therapy, Dr. Chancy feels strongly about the power of a collective community working together and the shared responsibility of how mental health can be supported within the systems that we live and work.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn’t around:

It’s only 'mental health' when something goes wrong

Dr. Nicolina Spatuzzi

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Nicolina is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with 12 years of experience in the field of mental health in the NHS. She now works predominantly in private practice helping people of all ages move towards living a more fulfilled life. She has an interest in helping people overcome low self-esteem and those wishing to have a more positive relationship with their body image, and draws from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and compassion focussed therapy (CFT) to assist with this.

Wellbeing waffle she wishes wasn't around:

The perspective that seeking help and support for emotional distress is a sign of weakness. We can't always power through on our own.