Workplace Wellbeing Institute™ was established in 2013 by Robyn Simpson (Masters of Gestalt Therapy [M. Gestalt. Therapy]) and Gary Simpson (Bachelor of Counselling [BCouns]) from their combined 40 years of working experience and committed involvement in the Health, Community Services and Education Sectors.
Workplace Wellbeing Institute™ is based on Social Enterprise Principles of social justice, social inclusion, social equity,and compassion based humanitarism. Workplace Wellbeing Institute provides individual, team and whole of organisation education, training, consultancy services, program implementation and program supervision in the areas of Compassion Based Trauma Resolution, Trauma-Informed Care & Practice, Workplace Wellbeing Programs, Mindfulness Practices & Techniques, Conflict Resolution and Compassionate Communication Skills.
(For additional information on our Trauma-Informed Care & Practice Models & Programs please view our Trauma-Informed Care page. For additional information on Workplace Wellbeing & Mindfulness Programs & Practices please use this link).
Really enjoyed the two day training. Have renewed ideas to try with my school. Thank you so much!
What an inspirational course
What an inspirational course. It has made me feel even more inspired to help and understand the students in my class. I hope to see you both at my school soon. Keep up the good work.
This training is awesome
This training is awesome, underpinned by care, kindness and professionalism. It is so necessary for the caring professions and raises the work we do to the level it should be raised to.
I really appreciated
I really appreciated the space that was created for contribution/participation of attendees. I particularly enjoyed the research base and materials/suggestions for further follow up. I appreciated Robyn, Gary and Philly modelling, remaining congruent with the messages they were delivering.
Thank you for sharing your valuable experience and knowledge in such an important field of work and above all thank you for your compassion and sensitivity during such a difficult time in our community. Kia Kaha!