We're the support service for automotive people
Whether you need help in a crisis or want help with something in particular like stress, anxiety, depression, money worries, trouble sleeping or anything else – we’re here for you.
We help automotive industry people to navigate life and its challenges. Ben supports people who need help with a wide range of issues – everyone is different. If you’re worried about your physical health, mental health or concerned about you general wellbeing, we’re here to help.
We all need a bit of extra support sometimes to help us get over those bumps in the road. Whether you need help in a crisis or want help with something in particular like anxiety, depression, money worries, trouble sleeping or anything else – we’re here for you.
Life coaching encourages you to be the best version of you. It will help you identify areas that you’d like to change or improve by looking at ‘where you are now’ and ‘where you want to be’. It’s free for everyone who works or has worked, in the automotive industry.
Health & wellbeing
Whether you want to reduce stress levels, sleep better, or need help with anxiety and depression, we can help.
Whether you need help to sleep better, stay physically fit or manage a long-term health condition, we can help.
Wellbeing is unique to you and we can help you develop and manage yours to protect your mental and physical health.
Popular tips, advice & tools
We asked our team how they personally look after their mental health and wellbeing. From meditation and visualisation to volunteering, yoga and playing piano, our team chooses to de-stress from the pressures of life in a variety of ways!
Many people struggle to cope at some point in their lives, so if you’re currently feeling this way, you’re not alone and we’re here for you.
If you're worried about someone at risk of suicide. It can be hard for some people to open up about how they are feeling, so it’s important to keep checking in.
When it comes to burnout there are three key elements to watch out for: feelings of exhaustion, mental detachment from a job and poorer performance at work.
Maybe you work in a dealership, have a heavy workload or work in a high pressure environment. Whatever your situation, here’s some steps to help you recover if you think you’re experiencing burnout.
Take our short quiz to gauge your stress level and learn how you can keep your pressure low.
Learn about anxiety in the automotive industry, signs and symptoms of anxiety and what to do if anxiety becomes too much.
If you feel depressed when working, you’re not alone. On this page we will look at how and why depression can impact your work life and how your job can affect your mental health and wellbeing.
Depression could affect any of us at any time, with one in five people in the UK reporting feeling depressed or anxious, so, if you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone.
Did you know that what you eat and drink can also impact how you sleep? Find out more
Automotive people tell their stories
Amy turned to Ben when she was heading towards burnout and Life Coaching turned out to be invaluable to her
Kim felt stuck and didn’t know what to do. She turned to Ben and had counselling and Life Coaching to help her move forward
Katie turned to Ben when she found herself falling into a very dark place when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Andrew had been struggling with his mental health for years and needed some support
Josh took up Ben’s coaching to give him the confidence he needed to explore a new career and maintain motivation
Michael found himself at his lowest point when he attempted to take his own life
Lisa had life coaching to become more organised as she was feeling stressed out, overwhelmed and like life was spiralling out of control
Sam had life coaching to focus on getting his business back on track and overcome the stress and overwhelm he was experiencing
Olly was struggling to cope with his wife’s alcohol dependency which had led to two failed suicide attempts
Tracey was struggling with her physical health and needed support to get up and down the stairs but couldn’t afford a stairlift. She was also suffering the grief of losing her husband…