Mental health is not
We design and implement programs to improve mental fitness and well-being.
THE BURNOUT CULTURE IS ALIVE AND THRIVING.
7/10 millennials burn out before they’re 40. And with Covid, these rates are reaching an all-time high.
BUT THIS SHOULDN’T BE THE NEW NORMAL.
We create programs to build mental strength and resilience for communities, teams, and organizations.
HOW WE WORK
Learning shouldn’t be a boring lecture. Our interactive programs foster reflection and discovery.
Theory without action doesn’t work. We provide actionable tips to become your own expert.
Every voice deserves to be heard. We cultivate safe and brave spaces for all to speak up, learn, and grow.
Health isn’t just physical. We tap into the emotional, social, mental, and spiritual to improve overall well-being.
Grounded in science and real world-evidence, we synthesize insights from the best available research to create tangible and real change.
WHO WE WORK WITH
Partnering with social enterprise, ila, we ran Adidas Thailand’s first workshop on diversity, inclusion, and mental health.
The hour-long workshop for 80 employees helped reframe mental health in the workplace.
We partnered with Leadership Education for Aspiring Physicians (LEAP) organization at Stanford to co-host LEAP for Mental Health, a one-day online conference to promote Asian-American Mental Health.
We’ve worked with multinational companies, universities
…small businesses, design agencies, and social enterprises.
We worked with self-care start-up Inner Workout to engage their community around mental well-being.
The co-created week-long challenge included events from both Inner Workout and MindTerra based on the theme “Shifts”.
With Amplifi, we brainstormed how to create space for people to reflect on their use of language and its impact on their mental health.
The two workshops inspired stories which were then shared at an exhibition in Bangkok.
After designing a survey to understand Potato Productions’ needs, we researched and created around stress and burnout in Singapore.
The 1-hour session centered around improving employee mental well-being and was attended by 15 employees.