A well-being program for your mind, based on science and designed for life at work.

Our training program teaches simple, always-accessible skills to develop personal well-being that permeates all aspects of your life, creating a more focused, compassionate culture at work and beyond.

healthyminds@work app
healthyminds@work app
healthyminds@work app

Tangible benefits, supported by science.

The foundational research behind Healthy Minds @Work shows that mindfulness practices have the potential to significantly impact several important facets of our lives.

See the Science

Mindfulness Interventions, Annual Review of Psychology, 2017

Reconstructing and Deconstructing the Self: Cognitive Mechanisms in Meditation Practice, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2015

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Healthy Individuals: A Meta-Analysis, Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 2015

The Neuroscience of Mindfulness, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2015

Mind of the Meditator, Scientific American, 2014

The Psychological Effects of Meditation: A Meta-Analysis, Psychological Bulletin, 2012

Tangible benefits, supported by science.

Designed for life: at work, at home and everywhere you go.

Our program was created for employers to offer at work, where everyone can benefit from the ability to manage stress and build resilience. Through the convenience of our mobile app, you can practice anywhere.

Designed for life: at work, at home and everywhere you go.

Science helped build our program and informs the measurement feature.

Our program is built on decades of research into the science of well-being. This science also shapes our app, with activities that measure and track progress via your personalized profile. You can contribute to science by opting in to share your anonymous data.

Tangible benefits, supported by science.

Train your mind.
Change the world.

We take the discoveries from the Center for Healthy Minds at UW–Madison and bring them out into the world. We share the same mission to cultivate well-being and relieve suffering through a scientific understanding of the mind.

Tangible benefits, supported by science.
Dr. Richard J. Davidson, Founder, Center for Healthy Minds
Well-being is a skill you can learn.
Well-being is a skill you can practice.
Well-being is a skill you can measure.

Well-being Is A Skill You Can Learn

Podcast-like lessons, taught by program creators and experts, provide insights that prepare you for practice.

Training sessions, like guided meditation and breathing exercises, help strengthen brain pathways that increase your overall sense of well-being.

Check-ins track progress and inform your Healthy Minds report, so you can see changes that result from consistent practice.

More than mindfulness.

More than mindfulness.

Awareness. Connection. Insight. Purpose. These four ingredients of a healthy mind are at the heart of our curriculum. We all have untapped potential to grow in these areas, and our program guides you on this journey.

Participate and collaborate.

Participate and collaborate.

Webinars, workshops and a well-being toolkit form a support system beyond the app that connects you with others. Our staff consultants are there to help you and your workforce fully experience the program and its benefits.

“The brain is changing all the time in response to experience. Our research shows that we can harness this potential for change by learning simple skills and practicing them in everyday life so that we can change our brains for the better.”

Dr. Richard J. Davidson
Founder, Center for Healthy Minds
A distracted mind is an unhappy mind

A distracted mind is an unhappy mind

Research shows that roughly half of our waking lives, we are not paying attention to what we’re doing, and when we’re distracted, we’re not happy.

A sense of purpose helps you live longer

A sense of purpose helps you live longer

Among 20 to 70-year-olds, research reveals those with greater purpose in life are more likely to be alive in ten years. This holds true even if you’re older or have a chronic condition or disease.

"This program is a unique research-based way to bring personal and collective wellness to the workplace, which we know improves outcomes. Our team loved that we invested in them. Highly recommend!"

Michelle Kinder
Executive Director, Momentous Institute