Positive Mental Health Help for Enhancing
Engagement, Productivity & Purpose

Bespoke Workplace Wellness Solutions for
SME Business Owners & Managers

The success of an enterprise, irrespective of size, is dependent on many factors.  But the mindset of a business owner or manager, and worker wellbeing, typically play a pivotal role.

Positive workplace wellness enhances focus, engagement, productivity and purpose.

Harnessing the treasure of a healthier, happier team is transformational for a workplace.  

Rohan Watson has a strong grasp of wellbeing needs within Australian workplaces.  He especially understands the additional challenges faced by SMEs following a university thesis on the topic, and ongoing research.

Rohan holds graduate and post-graduate qualifications in psychology, counselling and education and is the principal of a professional counselling and coaching practice based in Toowoomba, Queensland.

Business leaders, owners and managers are well represented among Rohan’s many clients. 

Consider taking the opportunity to work one-on-one with Rohan and achieve wellbeing goals that generate healthy value-outcomes important to you and your team.

Simply enquire online using the “Get in Touch” section below or phone and arrange for Rohan to promptly return your call.


8 MILLION     working days (approx) are lost every year due to mental ill-health.

1 in 6    workers are expected to be experiencing mental health problems at any given time.

20 X    more sick days taken per month by workers with severe depression.

3 X    higher cost to business for PRESENTEEISM compared to ABSENTEEISM.

$43-$51 BILLION    is the conservative annual cost to Australia for Mental Illness and Suicide.

1/3    is approx number of SME owners struggling with their mental health.

$14.50 ROI    for each $1 ‘small businesses’ spend on workplace mental health (PwC research).

⊕ Intentional Self-Harm is chief cause of death among persons aged 15 – 44 years (2017).

⊕ Work is accelerating towards becoming the leading cause of stress.

National Mental Health Commission.  New research released today will help workplaces, schools and communities make informed decisions on mental health prevention spend. Australian Government. 14 August 2019. Retrieved from

Productivity Commission. Mental Health— Productivity Commission Draft Report Overview & Recommendations. Australian Government. October 2019.  Retrieved from

Australian Bureau of Statistics. Causes of death, 2017. 26 September 2018. Retrieved from[email protected]/Lookup/by%20Subject/3303.0~2017~Main%20Features~Intentional%20self-harm,%20key%20characteristics~3

Comcare. Benefits to business: the evidence for investing in worker health and wellbeing.  Retrieved from,_89.4_KB.pdf

HRD. Work is fast becoming leading cause of stress. April 2019.

Adam Zuchetti. 1 in 3 SME owners struggling with mental health. My Business. 2 September 2019. Retrieved from

Mental health linked to economic productivity in small business policy.  Australian Government. Senator M Cash. 9 December 2018. Retrieved from

Safework NSW.  The benefits. Retrieved from[email protected]/mentally-healthy-workplaces/the-benefits


If you are a business owner or manager,
in which of the following areas would
you value the professional help
of a Workplace Wellbeing
Mentor or Consultant?...

Wellbeing Impacts #1

Key workplace wellbeing focus areas from Business Owner / Leader perspective.
Productivity - Employee Engagement - Absenteeism - Presenteeism - Staff Turnover - Employee Satisfaction - Motivation - Morale - Staff Mediation

Wellbeing Impacts #2

Key workplace wellbeing focus areas from Team support, cooperation and effectiveness perspective.
Interpersonal Conflict - Relationship Dysfunction - Bullying - Harrasment - Withdrawl from Colleagues, Friends or Family - Communication Barriers - Recognition & Rewards for Performance - Change Management Processes - Clarity of Purpose

Wellbeing Impacts #3

Key workplace wellbeing focus areas from perspective of individuals.
Thought Disturbances - Fatigue - Stress - Feelings of Failure or Worthlessness - Emotional Distress - Lack of Self-Awareness or Self-Acceptance - Grief or Loss - Loneliness - Emptiness - Anxiety - Depression - Feel Stuck - Sleep Problems - Anger - Resilience - Muscle Tension - Substance Dependencies - Brain Fog - Overwhelmed - Work-Life Balance

Helping Business Owners & Managers...

Make a world of difference to wellness in your workplace — here are a few key aspects in our approach and ways we can help:

- One-on-One emphasis
- Evidence-based approach
- Affordable, bespoke Industry-specific solutions
- Wellbeing Mentoring/Coaching that supports personal development
- Counselling and psychological interventions available as needed
- Mediation service
- Conflict resolution strategies
- Development of healthy growth mindset
- Implementation of Workplace wellness strategies have shown to lead to a healthy ROI!


ROHAN WATSON is a member of the Australian Counselling Association and a general member of the International Association of Applied Neuroscience.  He holds graduate and post-graduate qualifications in Psychology, Counselling and Education from Monash University and USQ, including a Master of Counselling (Advanced Practice) degree awarded with Distinction.

As a Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Mental Health Researcher, Rohan is dedicated to helping unlock the potential in people to live healthier, happier and more purposeful.  His Toowoomba professional Counselling & Coaching practice helps people from all walks and seasons of life.

Rohan has facilitated and delivered mental health programs across rural and remote Australia.  He provides professional psychotherapy services to employees at all levels nationally through EAP based services.

Rohan is a highly sought-after Marriage Counsellor and Relationship Counselling specialist, and as well, a coach and wellbeing mentor to business owners and managers.  His current research is focusing on early intervention mental wellbeing in the workplaces of Australian SMEs.

Learn More. Contact Rohan. Here's How...

Business Owners & Managers

Rohan welcomes your online enquiry.  Simply enter your message details in the “Get in Touch” section below and he will be happy to respond.  Alternatively, phone our office to arrange a time for Rohan to return your call.

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