More Details & Our Sources Evidence is growing...
  • Mental illness is one of the largest modern day health issues.
  • Men aged 40-49 have the highest suicide rates in the UK.
  • 1 in 4 people experience mental health issues each year.
Who are Nullam Wellbeing

At Nullam Wellbeing we believe wellbeing is more than perks and breaks; it needs to be part of the DNA of your organisation. Nullam Wellbeing offers organisations the opportunity to transform the wellbeing of all employees, resulting in reduced time and money lost through sickness, improved staff retention and increased productivity.

Through our GRIT programme, Nullam Wellbeing will support you with a personalised, evidence based, solution- focused approach, tailored to the needs of your organisation. Starting with a robust audit of your current position we will help you to plan and deliver next steps, enabling you to deliver increased personal capacity and capability and ensure good wellbeing for all.

About the Grit Program

The GRIT (Generating Resilient Individuals and Teams) Programme is an evidence-based programme designed to address all aspects of good emotional, mental health and wellbeing practice. The Programme offers a bespoke package which includes support on several levels:

The overall aim of Nullam Wellbeing is that organisations will be enabled to ensure that as many people as possible are thriving. Our GRIT Programme supports a whole organisation approach through:

  • An audit of current practice based on the Stevenson D, Farmer P. Thriving at work: The Independent Review of Mental Health and Employers: 2017.
  • Policy and Practice development of a whole organisation approach. Nullam Wellbeing will support you in the development of mental health policies, procedures and pathways to ensure people receive appropriate support in a timely way.
  • Staff training support to embed wellbeing practices into your organisation in order to maintain positive mental health and support those who may be struggling.
  • Staff workshops to ensure staff feel confident about spotting signs of negative emotional or mental health, have awareness of strategies they can use to support themselves and others, know when additional support may be needed and know where and how external support can be accessed.
Training Summary

Please note all sessions are available face to face, or via platforms such as Microsoft TEAMS

Nullam Wellbeing offers a bespoke programme of training for staff, including sessions on:

  • An introduction to wellbeing and mental health
  • Whole Organisation Approach to Emotional Health and Wellbeing.
  • The Five ways to Wellbeing- practical application
  • An introduction to Resilience
  • The Resilience Doughnut*
  • Supporting emotional wellbeing, resilience, and mental health
  • Practical Strategies for Dealing with Overwhelming Feelings
  • Transitioning back to work post COVID- supporting wellbeing of staff
  • Incorporating Emotional Health and Wellbeing into the workplace

(*under licence to Resilience Doughnut UK: )

Evidence is growing that:

  • Mental illness is one of the largest modern day health issues.
  • Mental illness is more common, long lasting & impactful than other health conditions (1)
  • 1 in 4 people experience mental health issues each year (2)
  • Given time, 1 in 6 working-age adults have symptoms associated with mental ill health (3)
  • Mental ill health is responsible for 72 million working days lost and costs £34.9 billion each year (4).
  • The total cost of mental ill health in England is estimated at £105 billion per year (2).
  • Men aged 40-49 have the highest suicide rates in the UK (5).
  • Stigma and lack of understanding mean that 70-75% of people with diagnosable mental illness receive no treatment at all (6, 7, 8).

Our Sources:

1. Public Health England. Health profile for England: 2019. Retrieved from

2. Mental Health Taskforce NE. The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health: 2016. Retrieved from

3. McManus S, Bebbington P, Jenkins R, Brugha T. Mental health and wellbeing in England: Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2014. Leeds: 2016. Retrieved from

4. Stevenson D, Farmer P. Thriving at work: The Independent Review of Mental Health and Employers: 2017. Retrieved from

5. Office for National Statistics. Suicides in the UK: 2018 registrations 2019. Retrieved from

6. Davies SC. Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2013, Public Mental Health Priorities: Investing in the Evidence: 2014. Retrieved from

7. Alonso J, Liu Z, Evans-Lacko S, Sadikova E, Sampson N, Chatterji S, et al. Treatment gap for anxiety disorders is global: Results of the World Mental Health Surveys in 21 countries. Depress Anxiety: 2018. Retrieved from

8. Evans-Lacko S, Aguilar-Gaxiola S, Al-Hamzawi A, Alonso J, Benjet C, Bruffaerts R, et al. Socio-economic variations in the mental health treatment gap for people with anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders: results from the WHO World Mental Health (WMH) surveys. Psychol Med: 2017. Retrieved from