We are award-winning creators and our content can support your mental health and wellbeing strategy.
How it works
Use our array of audio content including Ideas, Stories, Expert Talks & Interviews to help motivate and inspire your workforce to do more for their minds. We can also collaborate with you to create new content for your business.
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We have created over 100 beautifully narrated ideas for your mental health and wellbeing.
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We have ideas ranging from Wild Swimming, Bread Baking, Ecstatic Dance, Historical Re-enactment, Caving, Kulning - and many more.
What would your employees choose to listen to?
Sharing stories is good for our mental health, which is why we have collected 100s about how people look after their minds.
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We have stories ranging from William on Discovering a State of Flow and David on Carpentry to Kate on Sound Immersion - and many more.
What stories would you like to hear your employees tell?
We have curated a library of over 50 expert monologues to promote the positive mental health benefits of diverse real world activities.
Click play below to listen to our expert monologues.
We have monologues from Dr. Jonathan Iliff on Wild Swimming, Dr Robin Judson on Foraging, Dr Marny Lishman on Jigsaws, Dr Lulue Little on Breathwork - and many more.
What do your employees need to know?
We have produced over 25 inspiring interviews exploring the different activities people do to look after their minds.
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We have interviews with Caroline Gaskin on Birdwatching, Ben Youngs on Team Sports, Rob Willis on Public Speaking, George Bullard on Outdoor Adventures - and many more.
What do your employees have to say?
Why Minderful Content
Interventions by employers provide a better return when directed at larger numbers of employees.
Public Health England, 2019
Businesses that promote a progressive approach to mental health can see a significant impact on business performance.
30% of managers report having no workplace resources, facilities or services that could help mental health and wellbeing.