Inspire Support Hub

The right support at the right time

Inspire’s Therapeutic and Wellbeing Services provide a range of wellbeing support services, training and interventions that help organisations, employees and students to thrive.

Life happens, and when it does people need support. This is where Inspire can step in to help design and deliver the right mental health and wellbeing support in partnership with our customers.

As people go through life their need for support can change, intensify or reduce. With Inspire they can easily step up through our channels of support and step back down again into a workplace that embraces wellbeing.

Start your wellbeing journey via our hub!

Whether you’re looking for some advice or need a little more direction, The Inspire Support Hub provides you instant access to a range of information, guidance and screening that is tailored specifically to help care for your individual wellbeing needs.

The hub will help you to create a bespoke wellbeing care-plan, as well as giving guidance on appropriate support and intervention through guided self-assessment.

The hub comprises a number of Innovative tools and resources including:

  • Guided self-assessment via ‘Chatbot’
  • Self-help programmes and digital intervention tools
  • 5 ways to wellbeing datanase
  • Digital counselling tools
  • Wellbeing information library and Bibliotherapy

Clients and Customers have instant access to the hub. Unlock your wellbeing support today.

The Stepped Care Model Approach

What is stepped care?

Stepped care is a clinically proven model providing low to high intensity,evidence-based mental health and wellbeing support.

The stepped care model is based on the view that mental ill health exists on a dynamic continuum. We all move up and down this continuum, largely in response to life events.

Inspire uses the stepped care model to make sure we can offer the right support, at the right time.

Stepped Care Model Diagram - detailing services at each step. Step One: Prevention and Promotion - Creating a culture of wellbeing and keeping everyone well. Including: Mental health education, Team focused awareness days, Proactive data-driven        information, Specialist digital support hub, Mindfulness, Healthy lifestyle support.
Step Two: Help and Support - Providing solution-focused help and support when it's needed including: Employee Assistance Programme, Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Coaching interventions, Financial and legal information, Dispute resolution and conflict management, Group work and reflective practice, Self-help toolkits, Targeted training and information
Step Three: Specialist Interventions - Supporting people with complex and changing needs such as: Moderate to severe depression, Generalised social anxiety and panic disorders, PTSD and trauma related disorders. Our psychological interventions in Step Three include but are not limited to: Group-based supervision and support, EMDR, Trauma-focused CBT, Psychotherapy, Critical incident support management

Real, Measurable Results 

Investing in employee wellbeing brings measurable, positive change to workplaces:

Positive change in wellbeing

Up to 70% significant and meaningful positive change in wellbeing.*

Less Absent Employees

Up to 19% reduction in hours lost because of absence due to personal problems.**

Increased productivity

Up to 26% improvement on presenteeism.**

Improved life satisfaction

Up to 22% increase in life satisfaction.**

*Derived from CORE-NET based on upwards of 8,000 employees from across sectors who attended a minimum of 2 counselling sessions.
**Derived from the Workplace Outcome Suite (WOS) - the gold standard metric of workplace performance endorsed by EAPA - completed by the employee before and after counselling.

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