Who Are We?

March on Stress is a psychological health consultancy. We believe that anyone in psychological distress, whether as a result of exposure to potential trauma or the consequence of other (more day-to-day) occupational stressors, deserves access to the right evidence-based support and care in their workplace.

We help organisations who share this belief to build resilience by safeguarding the psychological wellbeing of personnel through the prevention, detection and treatment of occupational and operational stress, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Why is good mental health in the workplace important?

  • To save money - good mental health practices in an organisation can help to reduce sickness absence and presenteeism.
  • Shows a legal duty of care to employees
  • Helps to break the stigma of mental health - this not only supports your people but can lead to early interventions thus reducing sickness absence as above
  • Resilience - Building a resilient workforce outside the time of a crisis can help during a difficult time or when crisis hits

No-One Better

March on Stress has unrivalled operational and academic experience in the fields of operational and occupational stress. All of our services are developed under the watchful eye of leading international PTSD and Occupational Health expert, Professor Neil Greenberg, consultant occupational and forensic psychiatrist. Our trainers are not only well qualified but have also amassed many years of experience operationally, including in crisis situations for both public and private sector. March on Stress is the only TRiM training provider able to offer BTEC qualifications with its courses.

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March on Stress Director, Professor Neil Greenberg, has penned an informative article on how NHS workers can be supported to manage the trauma of the Covid 19 pandemic.

In the piece – published on 15 February 2021 in The Conversation – he discusses some of the challenges faced by NHS…

A new study published on Wednesday, 13th January 2021 has recommended that mental health support and access to evidence-based treatments for intensive care unit (ICU) staff is prioritised for intensive care staff.

March on Stress Director, Professor Neil Greenberg, led the King’s College London research in his role as academic…

We are so pleased to have been able to be actively involved in providing mental health support to so many people across the UK and overseas during the last year – through our evidence-based training programmes, TRiM responses and clinical case work.

We are indebted to all our key workers…

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