Our New Research Assistant Helen Dawet

We are delighted to welcome our new Research Assistant, Helen Dawet, to the Wellbeing Partners team!

Helen recently graduated from Brunel University London with a first class BSc in Psychology, where she developed a strong interest and talent for research and experimental projects around human behaviour, mindfulness, empathy and improving mental wellbeing through the whole-person health approach.

Wellbeing Partners has seen spectacular growth this year, with employee wellbeing at the top of the agenda for many organisations, and Helen will be providing research support to our team of over 50 specialist presenters and clinicians across the fields of employee mental health and wellbeing, behavioural science, mindfulness, physical wellbeing, nutritional health, functional medicine and occupational health.

Welcome to the team, Helen!

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