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Flourishing & Frameworks Event

How to build mental wellbeing support that aligns to your workforce's needs

A roundtable for workplace wellbeing leaders

Tuesday 17 October 2023, 9.30am - 12.30 pm, Paddington, London
Please note this is the rearranged 4 October event

Join Kooth Work and 20 fellow wellbeing leaders as we review the findings from our latest research. We'll discuss what the key risks affecting workforce mental health are, and how to identify and fill the gaps between employer support and what employees want.

Please join us for an in-person event with networking, Paddington London

20 spaces available. Register for free now! 


Workforce mental wellbeing best practice and networking brunch

There is a mismatch between the support employees want, and what their employers are offering. This discrepancy is hitting workforce wellbeing, but just how great is the gap between employer and employee?

Join our roundtable as we discuss how to close the gaps
Tue 17 October 9.30am - 12.30 PM
Arrive at reception
5 Merchant Square, Paddington
London, W2 1AY


Please join us for this in-person leaning and networking event, Paddington London

  • 9.30 am Arrive for registration coffee and networking
  • 10 am Session 1: How to benchmark workforce mental health
  • Break
  • 11 am Session 2: How to apply this knowledge to align support with your workforce's need 
  • 12.30 pm Finish and opportunity to continue networking

More about this event

Building an effective mental wellbeing support programme to meet the requirements of your workforce can be challenging, especially when you’re trying to meet a diverse range of mental health needs and levels of acuity.

Our research has shown that there is a 42% gap in terms of workforce needs and the support provided by employers - employers are simply missing the mark. 

Closing the mental wellbeing support gap

So how do you design the support programme that fits the specific needs of your organisation?

An in-person interactive session for 20 guests.

Join Kooth Work’s research, clinical and workplace mental wellbeing team, along with our special guest experts for an interactive session as we uncover how to close the support gap.

We will share data from our latest Flourish research and walk you through how to effectively benchmark the mental health status of your workforce. How to identify the key risks, influences and support needs that are unique to your workforce.

We will also discuss how to apply these findings to build an employee workplace mental health support programme that is tailored to your organisation:

At this session you will learn how to:

  • Identify the mental wellbeing challenges that are unique to your workforce
  • Compare against a UK benchmark
  • Use a framework to identify the support gaps
  • Apply this data to augment your existing support programme
  • Build an ecosystem of support tailored to the unique requirements of your organisation

Who should attend?

  • HR, Wellbeing, Benefits & Rewards and Business Transformation Leaders
  • C-Suite places available too

    Register now to see how you can improve your workplace’s mental health environment and boost your competitive edge.

Subject matter experts and guests

This will be an interactive session and we encourage participation from guests. We have key workplace mental wellbeing subject matter experts and special guests in attendance who will share research findings, best practice and real life experiences.  

Brian Rock
Clinical Director


Brian is the Clinical Director at Kooth Digital Health. He is a qualified clinical psychologist with a lifetime’s experience in clinical mental health support, interventions and educational provision. His experience includes 26 years in the NHS, and more recently at the world renowned Tavistock Centre for 13 years. 

Angela Kravetz
Chief People Officer


Angela is a Chief People Officer at Kooth, with a strategic focus on workplace wellbeing, workforce mental health and inclusivity. As an accomplished HR and wellbeing leader she has worked across industries including engineering, construction, utilities, oil and gas, data services, tech, financial services and now in digital mental health.

Dr Louisa Salhi
Head of Wellbeing Research


Dr Louisa Salhi’s research background is in the field of cognitive neuropsychology, with a focus on memory, reward dysfunction and clinical factors that affect these processes. For the past few years, Dr Salhi’s research has aligned with her passion for improving access to mental health and wellbeing services, she is focusing on translational psychology and how digital technologies can be used for prevention and how they can complement and improve clinical outcomes.

Location and directions

Arrive at reception 9.30am Wednesday 4 October 2023
5 Merchant Square, Paddington, London, W2 1AY




  • Edgware Road Underground - 0.3 miles
  • Paddington Station and Underground- 0.3 miles







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