Chemist Laura felt unable to open up to family and friends when she started to find all aspects of her life difficult. The 31-year-old from York was juggling a full-time job with studying part time for a Masters degree when she finally found Able Futures could support her.
Graphic designer Paul from Southport was finding it hard to cope with worry about his workload and feeling isolated, unsupported and anxious. Tailored advice and guidance from Able Futures has helped him overcome overwhelming negative feelings and cope better at work.
Michelle Watkins felt that she had hit rock bottom after relationship issues shook her confidence at work. Able Futures helped with tailored advice and guidance to help her recover and feel better able to cope in her high profile role as a regional sales manager.
The 50-year-old nurse was working on a ward for elderly people when the Covid pandemic struck. Seeing so many people ill and dying from the virus, while trying to come to terms with the loss of his mum, took its toll and he turned to Able Futures for support.
Joe needed support and guidance on how to cope better with anxiety and subsequent stress in a high pressure job working in the probation service. Now Joe feels confident in what the future might bring after engaging with mental health support service Able Futures.
From NHS trusts to local authorities, higher education institutions to charities, Able Futures can give employers the toolkit they need to support their staff mental health.