A mental health consultancy, helping businesses create happier, healthier workplaces through bespoke wellbeing programmes.
We empower businesses to create environments in which employees can openly discuss their mental health and find genuine support.
Luminate deliver wellness training and support suitable for staff at all levels, from preventative based wellbeing programmes alongside reactive care for employees. Our workshops cover a range of subjects, such as stress management, leadership wellbeing, building resilience and Mental Health First Aid.
Luminate's programmes can achieve seismic change - improving employee mental health, increasing productivity and engagement, reducing absence and helping retain and attract new talent.
Join us in our mission.
To rewrite the story of mental health in the workplace.
NHS Property Services case study: company-wide wellbeing
NHS Property Services (NHS PS) are the facilities management arm of the UK National Health Service. Back in 2019, Luminate were commissioned to design and implement a company-wide wellbeing programme to serve their diverse employee base of office-workers, home-workers, and frontline staff. 3 years on and the Luminate x NHS Property Services partnership is […]
5 things working parents should not feel guilty about
For working parents, balancing the demands of work and child-rearing is… not easy. Almost constantly being pulled in different directions can leave many feeling like they’re underdelivering in both areas. In our experience, feelings of guilt, overwhelm, and stress are commonplace in the world of working parents. This can especially be true over the […]
If you've worked with Luminate recently, it's likely you've already had a good natter with Tom - our new Business Development and Account Manager. He works with our clients to find tailored solutions that support employee wellbeing and help shape happier, healthier cultures. 🙌 Tom is passionate about naps, punk rock, and workplaces that prioritise employee wellbeing. We sat down […]
Quiet quitting, bare minimum Monday and WFH: employee mental health in 2023
We’re just over halfway through 2023! A good time, perhaps, to reflect on the year so far. And what we’ve noticed, over these past 6 months, are a few new expressions generating a lot of conversation, knowing recognition, and, in some cases, heated debate in the world of wellbeing. So, we’re going to take […]