79. Heather Wellbeing
Balancing the personal, the technical, and the holistic, this wellbeing company goes far beyond the traditional 'therapy model'
Founder: James Morgenstern
With mental health having become a firm fixture of the social/cultural conversation in recent years, any wellbeing company will need to go the extra mile in order to make an impression, and to offer customers real results – which is precisely what Heather Wellbeing has done.
Founded in 2019, one of Heather’s strongest, most fascinating offerings is its team-based approach. Once reserved for the likes of film stars and elite athletes, Heather promises to match clients with bespoke teams of leading specialists, who seamlessly work together to share information and deliver more powerful results, faster. No stone is left unturned – Heather’s teams take a holistic approach, tracking hundreds of potential symptoms and metrics, and relying on data to give quantifiable, digestible results.
And speaking of results, Heather is already delivering. Founded by former agency head James Morgenstern, the company is not only thriving, but it gets 50% of its new clients coming from referrals – that really does speak for itself.
Working with clients may make up a large proportion of its time, but Heather also provides confidential corporate therapy for employees, fluff-free wellbeing workshops, and bespoke manager training. The company has also used its resources admirably during the COVID-19 crisis, having immediately offered £1.7m of mental health support for free to NHS frontline staff through its network of qualified therapists.
In a corporate landscape where mental health support is both essential and heavily scrutinised, Heather seems perfectly equipped to make a tangible positive impact.