Grow wellbeing has a passion for evidence-based practice and better understanding how systemic and holistic practice can be applied to school/community-based environments.
Grow wellbeing employs a lead clinical supervisor. They are a key driver in the development of in-field qualitative research projects accompanied by support from a trained psychiatrist and senior mental health staff.
Current research projects as of December 2021:
Qualitative and quantitative research into the demography of students’ populations within school for mental health
Pre-post outcome measurements in the use of MUSE-2 real-time EEG meditation head set.
Quantitative research into the use of relaxation training through the application of heart rate devices and real-time bio-feedback.