Headtorch WORKS is a dramatic e-learning
system about behaviours
and their effect on mental health
and well-being at work.
The programme combines original
drama and documentary with
The drama engages the participant
emotionally whilst developing awareness
and skills. It’s not an e-reading snooze!
Headtorch WORKS was developed in
collaboration with the University of
Glasgow. It was filmed by a BAFTA
The cost of mental health at work is at an all time high - how much is it costing your organisation? Get Engaged and find out how we can help you.
Like physical health, all of us have mental health. Also like physical health it varies and can be good, average, or what ever it is. That's normal. At Headtorch we're passionate about giving people tools to understand, look after, and improve their mental health. Afterall, a mentally healthy workplace makes good business sense.
“Really positive feedback, can’t wait for the rest of the programme and roll it out to the wider business! Great!”
Headtorch WORKS Trial responses
‘This is my story, Scotland’ – 10th May 2017
Headtorch is delighted to collaborate with London-based to bring you ‘This is my story, Scotland’ Senior Leaders talk about their experience of mental health During Mental Health Awareness Week, to address the mental health stigma within workplaces Minds@Work has asked senior business leaders to speak about their experiences of managing their own mental health and […]
Work’s Mental Conference – Prioritising our mental health at work
Headtorch and the School of Psychology at the University of Glasgow bring you the kick-off Conference of 2017… Prioritising our Mental Health at Work “I thought it was excellent. Well paced, excellent speakers and performers.” Work’s Mental Delegate, June 2016 19th January 2017 Speakers from: BAE Systems University of Glasgow Police Governance […]
Disclosure, Individuals and Flexibility: Reflections on this week’s HeadReading.
This week I’ve been doing some reading. Rather than devouring a recent Mills & Boon (the gloriously trashy Married for the Sheik’s Duty) or pretending to read Das Kapital, I’ve plumped for ‘Managing and supporting health at work: disclosure tools for managers’, a resource published by Mind and available for free online. It’s a great […]
Mental Health At Work: Flipping Standards
Amy’s latest on the Huffington Post: Click Here
The train is coming. The train can’t stop.
Do you live with someone with a severe and enduring mental health problem? Do you love that person? Me too. Maybe that person is your partner. The clever, beautiful, articulate person you married all those years ago. I also work. Do you? Sometimes that can be a big challenge. For periods when your loved one […]