There are two main reasons why wellbeing science is needed in community-oriented work.
Good traditional policy and practice can be improved by using new social and psychological science Most government investment is spent on reactive work at the bottom of the cliff (illbeing), instead of true prevention (wellbeing)
We mesh psychology with systems science to provide insightful approaches to social issues through practice and policy design.
Talk to us if you want to ensure you are doing work at the cliff-top instead of ambulance work at the bottom. Talk to us still, if you would like to ensure you are using the latest wellbeing science approaches with your work with marginalised and vulnerable communities.
We help you see and make meaning of the complexity surrounding community wellbeing. We help design solutions for complex social issues, based on scientific evidence.
We build staff capacity to be mindful and resilient practitioners through a tailored programme of workshops.