News and Notices

The latest in wellbeing...

Re-launching the Thrive app!
Many of you have already benefited from all the features our Thrive mental health app has and now, there’s even more! We’ve worked with Thrive to enable the in-app coaching function where you can receive real time coaching and support whilst using the app. All you need to do, whether a new or existing user is follow this link to the new landing page:


Online wellbeing event for keyworkers from Erewash IAPT
Join the Insight IAPT team to explore the way back to wellbeing for keyworkers following the pandemic. Details here.


Financial Wellbeing Session - Thursday 10 June, 9.00am to 10.30am
Following a popular session earlier this year we have Chris Hughes from The Hughes Company returning to deliver a financial wellbeing session. This friendly and informative session will look at some of the financial behaviours we adopt as well as look at how we spend and save money to invest in our future whilst also living in and enjoying the now!

This promises to be a really fun and insightful session – if you would like to join please email to book your place and receive a link to the meeting.

If you would like to catch up on the previous session you can do so here  Financial Wellbeing with Chris Hughes - YouTube)

The wellbeing team run a financial wellbeing support group – held on the first Wednesday of the month at 3.30pm where we discuss financial challenges and share tips and ideas. If you would like to join just get in touch on the above email.


Male Fertility Talk (HIMFertility Campaign) - Friday 28 May, 10.00am
There is a real lack of support for men experiencing male fertility issues, so the HIMfertility campaign has been set up by comedian, Rhod Gilbert, to encourage men to talk about fertility problems and signpost them and their partners to much-needed support. Ian and Toby who work on the campaign will be talking all about male fertility, how to support male fertility and interventions.


Menopause talk for the Non-Menopausal with Dr Amanda Smith - Tuesday 8 June, 11.00am
Dr Amanda Smith is a British Menopause Society (BMS) recognised Menopause expert and Menopause Principle Trainer. This talk will be about the menopause for individuals who have not yet reached the menopause or for male colleagues wanting to know more about what the menopause is and how to support colleagues, partners and family members.

If you would like to take part in any of the talks please email Sarah Osborn (staff wellbeing project officer) at and Sarah will send you the invite and the link.