has a number of tools in place and work with external partners to help support
staff experiencing mental health problems. Click on the links provided for more information and how to access the resources.
Employee Assistance Programme Workplace Options is the University's Employee Assistance
Programme Provider and they provide a free, confidential and independent
resource to help employees balance their work, family and personal lives.
Everyone at Edinburgh Napier can access free online mental health support with Togetherall, any time,
any day (formerly Big White Wall).
Whether you’re struggling to cope, feeling low or
just need a place to talk, Togetherall can help you to explore your feelings in
a safe supportive environment.
What is Togetherall?
A community where members are
anonymous to each other, they can share how they are feeling & support each
Access 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Clinically managed with trained professionals
available 24/7 to keep the community safe
Self-assessments & recommended
Creative tools to help express how
Wide range of self-guided courses to
do at your own pace
is safe, anonymous and free. University
staff can sign up under ‘Join Us’ and ‘I'm from a University’ with their staff email
Occupational Health The Occupational
Health team can support you if you have been ill or injured, or you’re facing
other difficulties, with regards to your physical or mental health. You can get
a referral to this service through your line manager.
Able Futures provides
confidential mental health support to staff for a nine month period (free of
charge) to help staff manage a mental health condition.
[EN]GAGE Edinburgh Napier University's sports and fitness centre.
Sport and exercise has been proven to help with mental health. Colleagues can
help with advice if you’re looking to optimise your fitness, stay healthy or
try something new, there are plenty of classes and options. During the COVID-19 pandemic, you can access tips and videos on the [EN]GAGE Workplace by Facebook page.
Neyber is an award winning
financial wellbeing provider that help employees better manage their finances.
Mindfulness Sessions – Free mindfulness sessions are offered to staff (paused until September 2020). More information on the Health and Wellbeing Events page.
The University has a number of policies and tools in place to support and help staff experiencing mental health problems.
Stress – Employees Guide