Meet our Health and Wellbeing Facilitators

Our team of Health and Wellbeing Facilitators are in post to support you and your wellbeing. They will use coaching skills to support you to develop the knowledge, skills, and coping strategies to reach your own health and wellbeing goals. They'll be facilitating self-management education programmes and available to provide peer support and to signpost you to internal and external wellbeing partner organisations. All of the team have completed Mental Health First Aid training and in Wellbeing Conversations.

The team are part of our in-house Occupational Health and Wellbeing Services and are an additional resource to help maximise the support we can offer. The facilitators work across all our sites and can provide support in a flexible way, including in person and virtually.

You can get to know more about our facilitators by reading below.


Hi everyone,

My name is Katie, and I am one of the Health and Wellbeing Facilitators. I am married with two sons, so I am definitely kept busy when not in work!

I have been working in health promotion for the past twelve years with members of the public, but supporting staff in the way you help support your service users, is something I’m passionate about as we often forget to take some time out for ourselves.

I’ll be leading on the nutrition side of things, such as weight management, and also mini health MOTs. If you can find me a room, I can come to you to deliver these!

I’m looking forward to getting to know you, so please feel free to get in touch if you’d like any support, or just a chat, I’m a great listener! 


Find out more about Katie's Weight Management Support: Food for thought programme and our Mini Health Checks at Work.


Hi there! My name is Neomi and I am originally from Leigh, but now live in the St Helens area. I started my career in the NHS as a healthcare assistant with my last post being in outpatient cancer services. I have a passion for reducing stress and improving mental wellbeing after studying health psychology at university.

Now as a Health and Wellbeing Facilitator for Mersey Care, it is my goal to help our staff to stay happy and healthy in work, and I look forward to working towards this together! I will be leading the programme for stress management/resilience with a strong focus on individuality and destroying the stigma around poor mental wellbeing.

I’m a good listener and will never judge anyone that comes to us for help, that’s what we’re here for! If you see me around any of our sites, say hi! 

Find out more about Neomi's Group sessions: Journey to Wellbeing