About Us

Engage Health

Engage Health is a leading provider of evidence-based mindfulness, psychological resilience and injury prevention programs. As an organisation we are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to improve employee wellness, reduce psychological distress and prevent injuries. We have set ourselves ambitious targets to increase the number of Victorians reporting high levels of resilience, and of course the workplace is a key setting for this.

Why Engage Us?

All of our programs incorporate attention training and themes from the well-researched MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction) course. This is our point of difference and the unique way we structure our programs. We understand prevention strategies are required for sustained positive change and resilience. It is for this reason that we teach evidence-based tools for self-awareness, self-regulation and effective leadership. Our work in this neuroplasticity space is exciting and innovative. With significant improvements in wellness, safety, performance, productivity and injury reduction we guarantee a return on your investment. 

Benefits for your Organisation

      • Fewer injuries, less lost time.
      • Reduced insurance premiums.
      • Reduced unplanned leave.
      • More positivity in the workplace.
      • Improved psychological safety.
      • Reduced workplace stress and distress.
      • Happier, calmer, more mindful and resilient employees.
      • Reduced symptoms of poor physical and mental health.
      • Improved leadership and top-down support.
      • Increased work engagement and team morale.
      • Increased focus, creativity and productivity.

Our Clients

 

Our Team

We are committed to providing a high level of training and assessment at your workplace. Our facilitators are highly skilled corporate wellness consultants and injury prevention specialists, with expertise in the  OHS, mental health and workplace wellbeing sector. Our team of health professionals includes corporate health consultants, mental health practitioners, organisational psychologists, ESSA accredited exercise physiologists, MTIA certified mindfulness practitioners, meditation teachers, corporate massage therapists, nutritionists and physiotherapists.

About the Owner

Engage Health was established by Sally Cumming in 2012. Sally is the Director and lead program facilitator in Melbourne.

Sally is a Certified Mindfulness Practitioner with the (MTIA) Mindfulness Training Institute of Australia. Her background as an AEP, as well as her keen interest in cognitive-behavioural therapy and stress physiology, means she is passionate about mental health and teaching resilience strategies that can be implemented into the workplace to reduce stress and improve mental health.

Sally teaches mindful leadership programs, as well as psychological resilience programs to employees across the not-for profit, government, education and corporate sector. She works as a mindfulness counsellor, providing training to psychologists, social workers, disability staff, specialists, WorkCover clients and individuals experiencing high levels of psychological distress, stress, anxiety and depression.

During her tertiary studies Sally obtained extensive experience in musculoskeletal, neurological, and chronic disease rehabilitation. She has had extensive experience working with government organisations, Victoria Police and the emergency services, as well as construction,mining, distribution, supply chain and food services. With over 15 years’ experience as a professional educator, facilitator, corporate presenter and health consultant, Sally has facilitated programs on various mental health, wellness and injury prevention topics.

Reviewing the market, she discovered a void in proactive programs that not only reduce workplace stress and injuries but also teach prevention strategies for long-term psychological resilience and sustainability. This, coupled with her experience, training and passion for promoting mental health, led to the creation of Engage Health’s current programs.

Sally Cumming- Director of Engage Health