We are luminate

At the heart of why we do what we do lies a single commitment to rewrite the story of mental health in the workplace around the world.

To end mental health suffering by giving businesses the knowledge and skills to make a real difference to the lives of the people they employ.

To create new workplace communities and safer environments where people can discuss their mental health and champion initiatives and policies that support them.

To give your people the skills and knowledge they need to practice self-care and find contentment in life at home and at work.

In return, we’ll give you a business that works as it should, cares as it should and succeeds as it should. A business that makes you proud as a leader and as a human being.

We want to help businesses that struggle with engagement and staff wellbeing to develop a different internal story by valuing and championing their most precious resource.

The first chapter begins with us.

We offer specialist health and wellbeing training that will help you attract, nurture and retain the very best talent.

Our specially-designed, innovative workplace programmes can achieve seismic changes in your organisation – improving mental and emotional health and resilience, reducing absence and creating an inclusive culture of success in which everyone feels valued.

In the best-performing global companies, a commitment to emotional wellbeing underpins team culture, informs great leadership and drives commercial success. And it can do the same for you.

Our services

Mental health awareness training


Full Scale Wellbeing Programmes

Workshops & Webinars

Thinking about running a wellbeing programme or would like to find out more about the work we do?

Our Clients

Our Resources

Not everyone can be a people manager. And that’s okay.

The skills required to manage people well don't come naturally to everyone. And that's absolutely fine! There's more than one path to career satisfaction.

Meet The Team: Annie Knapman

Meet Annie Knapman, our new Business Development Manager, to discuss wellbeing, where she finds zen in the city and her (controversial) favourite biscuit!

The link between Parental Leave and Maternal Mental Health

We can’t talk about maternal mental health without talking about shared parental leave. This Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, Mel shares her story of new motherhood.

Sound interEsting? Like to know more about how we could help you?