What we do
Inspire’s Therapeutic and Wellbeing Services provide a range of wellbeing support services, training and interventions that help organisations, employees and students to thrive.
All our interventions follow the Stepped Care approach. Stepped care is a clinically proven model for delivering mental health and wellbeing support that focuses on ensuring the most effective and appropriate support is offered first, with people ‘stepping up’ to more intensive support as required.
Inspire is uniquely placed to offer a full range of mental health and wellbeing support. The flexibility and clinical robustness of the stepped care approach means we can work with you to ensure the right combination of services and support to suit your needs.
…the confidential work they do with our staff concerning their wellbeing is an essential part of our everyday existence. The staff of all ages and all levels are under enormous pressure, from both work and home life. It is incumbent on us as a company to recognise that these pressures sometimes lead to staff needing some help. Inspire do this in a very professional and easily accessible way
Workplace wellbeing support across the island of ireland
Inspire Wellbeing provides workplace wellbeing support across the island of Ireland and further afield. With Inspire, you can be confident of
- the highest level of clinical oversight and governance
- tailored packages offering the right support at the right time
- personalised account management ensuring you make the most of the support you receive
- accessible monitoring and evaluation to track the impact and effectiveness of the support you receive
- state of the art digital interventions, evidence based innovations and access to the latest developments in mental health and wellbeing
Workplace training, counselling and wellbeing support
LATEST NEWS AND FEATURES
Inspire was established in 1959 and is one of the largest providers of mental health, autism, intellectual disability and addiction services in Ireland.
With that comes years of knowledge, experience and expertise which we share in our blog, providing updates on the latest developments in mental health and wellbeing and on our innovative services and approaches.
The menopause is a natural biological process. It occurs when your ovaries age and naturally produce lower levels of reproductive hormones. The menopause may have a significant impact on home life and work performance. This can be unsettling, particularly if a particular role carries lots of responsibility. The hormonal changes…
A new study published by Barnardos Ireland details the prevalence of mental ill health amongst parents and the impact that this is having on their children. According to the research, 20% of parents say that they are currently experiencing poor mental health, while almost a quarter (23%) report feeling anxious…
A new report published by Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), which includes research funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), illustrates the extent to which overdose prevention centres (OPCs) can prevent thousands of drug-related deaths. The analysis comes as Northern Ireland continues to face challenges in this…
Inspire’s Assistant Director of Insight, Engagement & Innovation, Jenna Thomas, outlines the knowledge and learning gained from her trip to the DigiFest23 event in Glasgow this week. On Thursday 14th December, my colleague, Gillian Cameron, and I were delighted to attend DigiFest23, Scotland’s annual digital health, housing and care event. It…
The annual, UK-wide Drinkaware Monitor was published last week and the results paint an interesting picture of how people in Northern Ireland think about alcohol. According to more than three in five adult drinkers (63%), the region has an unhealthy relationship with alcohol. That’s lower than the figure recorded for the same…
A new survey from Carers NI has revealed the extent to which unpaid carers are experiencing significant levels of mental ill health. The State of Caring 2023 report points out that unpaid caring is a ‘major driver’ of mental illness, with a quarter of respondents describing their mental health as bad or…
According to new research published by the Chartered Institute for Professional Development (CIPD), absences in the workplace are at their highest level in 10 years. Analysing sick days and health among 918 organisations comprising 6.5 million employees, the CIPD released the findings as part of its 23rd annual Health and wellbeing…
Stepped care and Inspire
As an organisation focused on clinical best practice, Inspire follows the stepped care approach of service delivery. Stepped care is a clinically proven model used in health and care settings providing low, moderate and high intensity mental health and wellbeing support. It recognises that one model of service won’t fit the needs of everyone in your organisation all the time.
Life happens and when it does people need support. The stepped care model allows people to move through channels of support as their need for support changes, intensifies and reduces. Our blend of services mean that we can always provide the right support, at the right time.