Specialist services

Healthcare solutions tailored to your organisation 


Lifelink Workwell's Specialist Services provide a range of customised solutions to enhance your workplace health, wellbeing, and safety. Our approach ensures that your organisation is well-prepared to navigate the complexities of health risk management, meeting legislative requirements and fostering a culture of safety.  

We believe that engaged learners are better learners. As well as being present in the learning environment, they are mentally and emotionally invested in the learning process, and so our training features practical exercises and scenarios to enhance understanding and knowledge retention. 

HSE stress risk management training 


The objective of this training is to equip your team with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage stress-related risks in the workplace. It provides a thorough understanding of the legislative framework governing stress risk management, ensuring compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. 

Neurodiversity workplace solutions

‘Neurodivergence’ encompasses a variety of thinking, information processing, and learning styles that are different from those considered conventional. Conditions such as dyslexia, ADHD, autism spectrum conditions, and dyspraxia are included under this umbrella term.  

It’s estimated that between 15 – 20% of the UK population is neurodivergent. Lifelink Workwell can help your organisation to create a clear process of support for neurodivergent employees that will support you in retaining, developing and attracting neurodiverse talent. 

Our solutions include: 

Neurodiversity workplace needs assessment: This session examines the employee's background, job role, working environment and challenges related to neurodivergent conditions. Reports with tailored adjustments are provided. 

Assistive technology training: Through a set number of brief sessions that ensure understanding and proficiency, we aim to understand an employee's learning style and provide training on job-specific assistive technology. 

Neurodiversity awareness sessions: Through coaching, our experts help employees manage challenges and uncover their strengths, while managers are empowered to better understand and support neurodivergent team members. 

These sessions empower your team with the knowledge and tools they need to create a more inclusive and supportive environment for neurodivergent individuals within your organisation. Able to be tailored to suit the needs of your workplace, they familiarise participants with various neurodiverse conditions, emphasise strengths, address challenges, and offer practical guidance on making necessary workplace adjustments.  

Therapy services for neurodivergent employees: Stress, anxiety, and depression are common concerns for neurodivergent individuals, and stress can exacerbate these conditions. Designed to provide essential support in navigating a wide range of experiences, Neurodivergence Informed Therapy typically involves an average of 6 sessions, tailored to address the specific needs of the employee. Our therapists are equipped to offer therapy that acknowledges and respects the distinct needs and experiences of the neurodiverse community. By identifying and addressing unmet support needs, we aim to mitigate the impact of poor mental health and support personal growth and psychological wellbeing. 

Suicide prevention

Training sessions are delivered by supervisor-level counsellors, qualified in the delivery of the following range of courses: 

Suicide Talk 

This 90-minute suicide prevention training workshop is conducted online or face-to-face and focuses on increasing awareness and building skills for suicide prevention and intervention. It emphasises the importance of recognising warning signs, engaging in direct conversations about suicide, and connecting individuals to appropriate support resources. Through interactive discussions and role-playing exercises, participants are equipped with the confidence and competence to save lives by learning how to effectively intervene and provide support in crisis situations. 

Safe Talk 

Safe Talk is a 3–4-hour training programme designed to empower individuals with the key concepts and skills needed for effective suicide prevention and intervention. Participants learn to identify cues indicating suicidal ideation, engage in open and direct conversations about suicide, and connect individuals at risk with appropriate support services. Interactive discussions, role-playing exercises, and practical strategies for self-care ensure participants gain the skills and confidence to make a positive difference. 


Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is an intensive, highly interactive, practise-orientated two-day workshop. It provides participants with more in-depth knowledge and skills for intervening with individuals at risk of suicide. Building upon the principles taught in Safe Talk, it offers advanced training in suicide intervention techniques, crisis management, and collaborative care planning.  

ASIST equips participants with the confidence and competence to provide immediate support and connect individuals at risk with appropriate resources and ongoing care. It is designed to help caregivers feel more comfortable, confident and competent in helping to prevent the immediate risk of suicide.  

Using Suicide Talk, Safe Talk and ASIST as a sequential training programme offers learners a comprehensive journey from introductory to advanced levels of suicide prevention and intervention. They gain increasing levels of knowledge, skills, and confidence in their ability to prevent suicide and support individuals in crisis effectively.  

Reflective practice

Reflective Practice, through group sessions, is an opportunity for employees to develop their resilience and increase their ability to support each other in a safe and supportive environment. Reflective Practice is facilitated by our professionally qualified clinical supervisors and with the support of a Clinical Quality Lead.

We suggest monthly groups of no more than ten members for Reflective practice, ideally 6-8 attendees. Online Reflective Practice could run with a maximum of 12 attendees. Frequency would depend on how closely the teams work together, the intensity/complexity of the work, the level of potential emotional impact and how that is felt amongst a team. 

Reflective practice can:

  • Provide opportunities to debrief with an experienced psychotherapist. 

  • Offer an opportunity for employees to contemplate their work together within a safe, protected, and allocated time. 

  • Offer a place where employees are a resource of ideas and experience for each other. 

  • Maintain and improve interest and curiosity within their working practice. 

  • Support and promote continued professional learning and personal development. 

  • Educate in the value of reflection and thinking as well as the task-orientated aspects of their professional role. 

  • Assist in the development of reflective practitioners through increased self-awareness. 

  • Support staff to be objective about their work. 

  • Maximise the effectiveness of working relationships. 

  • Monitor/safeguard the interests of staff and people they deliver a service to 

  • Help staff to identify training and self-development needs. 

  • Highlight the importance of self-care and understand its use and value. 

  • Help to build team strength through a shared understanding of team dynamics.

Expert Trainers

Lifelink Workwell's expert trainers guide your team through the complexities of health risk management, offering real-world insights and expertise. Well-versed in the latest technological advancements, regulatory developments, and evolving best practices, they provide the expertise that helps your organisation navigate this ever-changing landscape. 

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Customised Content

Our training customises content to your specific industry and workplace needs to ensure relevance and practical application. We provide tailored guidance to align with your specific needs, culture, and objectives, and ensure that strategies are effective and feasible to implement.

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Health Risk Management

Instead of merely ticking a box, by mastering health risk management through Lifelink Workwell’s bespoke training programmes, your organisation can demonstrate its genuine commitment to legal compliance and a safe working environment. 

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Other Services

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Counselling Services

Through targeted interventions, counselling is a vital tool that fosters resilience in your employees, enhancing their individual wellbeing and contributing to heightened focus and productivity.  

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Wellbeing Services

Happy, healthy, and engaged employees make a bigger contribution. Our wellbeing services provide the proactive and reactive solutions, guidance and support they need for good mental and physical health. 

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Mental Health & Wellbeing App

Our revolutionary technology gives your team a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips. Information on mental and physical health, anytime, anywhere, helps them take positive steps towards their own wellbeing. 

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Working with Lifelink during my monthly Reflective Practice Wellbeing sessions has been extremely powerful. My general state of mind is hugely improved and my relationships with colleagues and friends are far stronger as a result.

I have found my Lifelink Supervision to be an invaluable support alongside my role. My Supervisor strikes the perfect balance between being empathetic, and asking the challenging questions that will best allow me to reflect and grow in my job. Knowing that I have a regular safe space to discuss what's happening in my role and to process anything I'm struggling with without judgement makes difficult days that bit easier.

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