Prevention is better than cure

Our framework conceptualises the wellbeing needs of individuals - it's based on need not crisis support
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Our work is scientifically proven by King's College London and evaluated by Public Health England to increase wellbeing on clinical scales

We support individuals who are looking for an alternative to clinical interventions and IAPT services by working directly with primary care networks taking referrals from GP's and social prescribers

HOW IT ALL WORKS

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Patient

GP surgery

GP/social prescriber

End assessment

5 one to one sessions with your practitioner

Discovery meeting with practitioner

Personal assessment

Personalised wellbeing plan

+ 12points on Warwick Edinburgh wellbeing scale
15% in motivation to self manage

Reduced GP visits
Reduced need for medical treatment

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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NUMBERS BEHIND THE WORDS

We evaluate everything we do. We measure everyone's personal impact. To date, the average person will see the following movements in their data markers, against our wellbeing model​

  1. + 22% increase in wellbeing on clinical scales

  2. 14% increase motivation to change

  3. 15% increase in personal contribution to people and place around us

  4. 8% increase in resilience

  5. 23% decrease in self reported anxiety

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"Individuals are meeting the aims of improving their personal resilience and had a feeling of greater control. This improved personal resilience and wellbeing appears to translate into additional support or connection with local community. This indicates improved motivation to engage with the 5 ways to wellbeing"

 

Public Health England, Swindon Borough Council

"Tasting Colours work is fascinating. Many of us are aware of the five ways to wellbeing. While we know that engaging in these activities has the potential to improve our wellbeing, Tasting Colours work understands how to build motivation and wellbeing sustainably"​

 

King’s College London

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Our Advisory Board

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Dr Karl Marlowe

Chief Medical Officer

Oxford NHS Health Foundation

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Dr Nicola Byrom

Senior Psychology Lecturer - King's College London

Founder Student Minds

Chair of SMaRteN

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Janine Chandler

CEO Jump in Puddles

Strategist and innovator in FMCG and social business

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Carl Harris

Director Chartered Institute of IT

Technology, innovation and data specialist