LikeMind is a market wide Mental Health Insurance Network, the first of its kind created by passionate volunteers from across the insurance sector.
We influence and encourage open discussions, proactive management, champion best practice, create open events, share useful resources and provide an overarching support network within the insurance industry.
We're here for you
We believe that standing together, united, in support
of best Mental Health practices across our industry is
the right, and responsible thing to do.
We understand that better Mental Health benefits us all, and that there is a cost to doing nothing.
Our mission is to promote early intervention, understanding,
and compassion across our industry, and beyond,
without fear of judgment, or discrimination.
Freedom for Feelings
Mental Health is a subject at the top of everyone’s agenda right now.
The subject of Mental Health in the workplace has encouraged global discussion leading to a variety of responses.
We want to help by bringing solutions to businesses that may be confused about how to react to the growing demand for Mental Health services within the insurance industry.
We have created a clear set of Minimum Standards on Mental Health Care that you can use as a foundation for your own initiatives.
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MINIMUM STANDARDS ON MENTAL HEALTH CARE
“Creating a culture at Lloyd’s where everyone feels safe, valued and respected is one of our three business priorities. A major part of this is supporting the wellbeing of our people – including their mental health. Across the Lloyd’s market we have over 150 trained Wellbeing Champions who are there to support individuals who struggle with mental health issues. We offer people access to resources such as Headspace and events like ‘Let’s talk about Mental Wealth’, and actively promote Mental Health Awareness week each May. We’re also active partners in the annual Dive In festival, which this year includes events such as ‘Prioritising mental health: before, during and after Covid-19’. Most of all, we want a culture where mental health is not a taboo subject and where our people are offered the support to help them and our business to flourish.”