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Supporting the mental health & wellbeing of working parents, enabling them to thrive at home and in the workplace



  • Two in five (39%) working parents of say they’d like mental health support in the workplace (YouGov, 2023)

  • Providing support for employees struggling with stress, anxiety, or lack of confidence,  promotes better mental health and reduces the risk of burnout. Employees who feel supported are also likely to be more productive and engaged in their work

  • I provide practical, psychology based, solutions to address the mental wellbeing of working parents 

Meet Claire

The Corporate Psychologist

I'm a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, specialising in helping organisations support the mental health and wellbeing of their employees. I have a special interest in supporting working parents.  I advocate for inclusive, flexible and supportive work environments.

There is a clear business case for supporting working parents with their mental wellbeing: being known as a family-friendly organisation builds your employer brand reputation.  Supporting employee health and wellbeing, as well as offering flexibility can give you a huge competitive advantage.

When organisations provide comprehensive support for expecting, new and existing parents, they achieve a positive impact on the recruitment, retention and development of key employees.



Areas of specialism 

Stress and burnout


Parental transition

Managing boundaries

Emotional regulation 

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