Welcome to

Implemental

Implemental aims to help improve people’s mental health and wellbeing in the UK and around the world.

We provide consultancy services to governments, providers of health and social care services and employers in the public, private and voluntary sectors. We are a not for profit social enterprise.

About us

Implemental Worldwide Community Interest Company (Implemental) is a social enterprise with an ambition to support an international network of colleagues who are committed to improving mental health services.

Our work includes promoting good mental health and mental wellbeing as well as developing and improving services and support for people who have mental health problems.

We work with governments, providers of health and social care services and employers in the public, private and voluntary sectors in many different countries.

Our values
  • All our work should deliver social benefit and collaborate with colleagues who share and will further our aims and values
  • We support organisations and campaigns that are part of the global mental health movement
  • We work collaboratively with our clients and believe that we should learn from them
  • The perspectives of clinicians, service users, managers and researchers are equally important to us
  • We invest any surplus we make in subsidised work or free resources
Our history

Founded as ‘Maudsley International’ in 2007 as a joint programme of South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London University, we were incorporated as a Community Interest Company in 2012. In 2018 our name was changed to ‘Implemental’ reflecting our commitment to translating academic, clinical, managerial and lived experience and expertise into high quality practice on the ground.

Our

Services

" Working with Implemental means that you know things get done in the best possible and state of the art way… "

We can help governments and providers of services to formulate the best and most cost-effective way to implement plans to improve people’s mental health and promote mental wellbeing. This might include developing and improving services and systems; devising the best organisational structures and governance processes to make change happen and evaluating any initiatives or improvements to make sure they have the required impact.

LEARN MORE

" I have always found the Team and their associates to be extremely professional, knowledgeable and flexible. They have produced high quality reports and information to support the work of the National Mental Health Program… "

We can help you design and deliver a capacity building programme tailored to the specific needs of your workforce which might include training workshops, best practice masterclasses and professional development programmes.

LEARN MORE

" Implemental is dedicated to delivering high quality advice in close collaboration with the people on the ground "

We can help governments, community-based organisations and employers take action to improve the mental wellbeing of citizens, service users and employees. We can share with you our knowledge of international evidence, and our experience of putting the evidence into practice

LEARN MORE

Latest

Learning

VIEW ALL
Free

Implemental Quality Framework Toolkit (Free)

Mental Well-being Impact Assessment Screening Training for Facilitators

Exploring Wellbeing Facilitator Resources (WoW Lite)

« » page 1 / 2

Latest

Blog

VIEW ALL
Reviewing Early Interventions for Psychosis Services

Reviewing Early Intervention for Psychosis Services in SLaM  For this blog, we asked Implemental’s Managing…

Read more
WoW Newsletter: November 2022

WoW Newsletter: November 2022 Welcome to the Wheel of Wellbeing (WoW) – a simple framework designed to…

Read more
Sue Baker: Part 1

Sue Baker OBE Director of Changing Minds Globally (consultancy) Founding Director Time to Change (England…

Read more
WoW Newsletter: October 2022

WoW Newsletter: September 2022 Welcome to the Wheel of Wellbeing (WoW) – a simple framework designed to…

Read more