At Working To Wellbeing, we provide integrated health and work support for people with long term conditions including cancer, mental ill health, heart disease, fatigue, pain and long covid who want to either remain in or return to work when ready. Our specialist team of HCPC registered clinicians provide one to one support to help individuals adjust to a new diagnosis or symptoms, ensuring they get the support they need to return to function and work when ready. We work with Insurers, Perks & Benefits Providers, Employers, Charities and individuals to provide the best help possible so they can get on the road to recovery and improve their daily functioning. With our help, everyone struggling with their mental and physical health can get back to work as soon as possible. 


The multi-award-winning, Working To Wellbeing was established in 2012 by Nicola Hunter and Dr Julie Denning.


Our highly experienced team of health care practitioners have a solid understanding of the bio-occupational-psycho-social (BOPS) approach. A system designed by us and now delivered across the industry. Diverse clinical backgrounds and experience enable us to share best practice across disciplines and deliver an interdisciplinary service. It’s paramount that we meet our patients and clients needs. Our patients have praised us for our caring, empathic and sensitive manner.


Our senior leadership team have decades of combined years of experience working in partnership with large and small businesses and organisations designing and delivering effective, evidence-based clinical programmes. We’re also proud to say that our innovative services have won a number of awards and critical acclaim.

Contact & Referral

For further information about what we do, or to make a referral, you can speak to a member of our admin team on 03300 552 903 or alternatively you can email us using the contact form below.

    Leadership Team

    Dr Julie Denning

    Julie is a Chartered Health Psychologist, Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society and Chair of the Vocational Rehabilitation Association.

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    Working Towards Wellbeing people are hands on health care practitioners with strong research and teaching backgrounds. We work with people to improve their health and wellbeing to support them at work or to return to work following a period of ill health.

    We have over 25 years combined years experience working in partnership with large and small businesses and organisations designing and delivering effective clinical programmes using the bio-psycho-social approach. We work with health care professionals to train them to deliver the programmes to achieve excellent clinical outcomes and a cost benefit for the organisation.

    Nicola Hunter

    Nicola is a Chartered Physiotherapist and Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

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    Nicola has significant expertise in the prevention and management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders using a bio-psycho-social and ergonomic approach. Nicola has designed and implemented externally accredited education programmes on the prevention of musculoskeletal injuries and provided consultancy and training to a wide range of industrial and health care organisations.

    Nicola has a MSc in Pain Management and an Advanced Certificate in Applied Ergonomics. She is an honorary clinical tutor for the University of Edinburgh MSc in Pain Management, a visiting lecturer on the The University of Birmingham Occupational Medicine MSc Programme and a tutor on the ACPOHE Occupational Health and Occupational Rehabilitation and Work Hardening Programme.

    Louise Smith

    Louise is the team’s Business Manager with a wealth of operational and development experience in the public, not for profit and private sector spanning over 30 years.

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    Louise leads on the day to day management of the business as well as close liaison with clients.

    The Working To Wellbeing Team

    The W2W Team bring with them a wealth of experience.  Our clinicians include Psychologists, Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists who have a background in working with people with long-term conditions or cancer.  They are trained in working in an inter-disciplinary way, in health coaching and in vocational rehabilitation.  Our administrative team support our clinicians in offering a high quality service both to our patients and our clients.


    If this sounds like you and you’re interested in being a part of our growing team, then please get in touch to say hello.



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