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Established in 2014, Thrive Wellbeing Consultancy provides a range of services designed to build systems that support people, organisations and communities to thrive through a focus on building resilience and well-being. Drawing on a range of expert associates, Thrive has worked in public, private and the voluntary sectors in fields such as health, education, housing and workplace well-being.


"To create systems that support people, organisations and communities to thrive"

What is Well-being?

We take a holistic view of well-being that draws from the World Health organisation definition:

“A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity"


We believe that a focus on tackling ill-health on its own will not lead to well-being and that a focus on positive mental and physical health is fundamental to healthy people, organisations and communities.

Why focus on well-being?

A compelling body of international evidence links higher levels of well-being with longer and more fulfilling lives, better mental and physical health, stronger relationships, increased productivity and a range of other psychological, social and economic benefits. 

How do we support people, organisations and communities to thrive?

At an individual level:

We provide well-being programs, tools, activities and training that builds individuals well-being literacy, skills and ability to maximise their own well-being and the well-being of their friends, families and colleagues.

At a systems level: 

We use evidenced based tools to assess the potential impact of a policy, program, service or initiative on well-being and co-design solutions to systematically minimise negative and maximise positive impacts.




We seek to work in a way that empowers and inspires people, organisations and communities to understand and nurture wellbeing. 

We support and encourage creativity, an essential element to innovative approaches and solutions. 


We believe that inclusion is fundamental to healthy organisations and communities.



We are committed to using evidenced-based processes and the latest well-being research in everything that we do.

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