Organisations & Therapists
Empower your people to de-stress, develop well-being and resilience, and practise at their own pace.
Everyone is different, and we at Rize have developed exercises to give each individual the tools to support and help them with their own growth and recovery. With the aim to strengthen their emotional resilience, build confidence and to make them a happier person, we are dedicated to helping your organisation flourish.
Be the leader in mental well-being
“The app has potential to help millions of people around the world. It integrates engaging and effective concepts to support mental well-being”
Director of Cambridge Centre for
Neuropsychiatry, University of Cambridge
Studies show the reduced stress and improved quality of life improves productivity and reduces mental health-related absenteeism. With 12.7% of sickness absences being related to poor mental health and 14.7% of the workplace experiencing mental health problems there is a need for a tool like Rize (Ons(2014, Lelliot. P, et al. (2008)).
Supporting your company's mental-health can improve productivity, reduce absenteeism and also reduce staff turnover. Rize is a cost effective tool that can be used in and out of work, 24/7.
Lead your business
Large companies are just coming to realise the significance of supporting the mental health of their workforce and beginning to act on it. Lead the way - support your staff, innovate your support systems, and attract new staff with this accessible, engaging and effective tool.
Empower Your Patients With The Right Tools
In between sessions give your patients a practical way for them to learn and help themselves develop mental well-being and emotional resilience and understanding.
Improve Well-Being With Therapeutic Exercises
Our exercises and tutorials are all grounded on evidence-based concepts that have been shown to improve well-being.
Go beyond their expectations
Give your patients something that can both help them on their journey and promote your work as a proactive and up to date therapist.