About Us


Our Approach

Our Philosophy

Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy is the most effective form of counselling for the corporate world because it is structured and time bound, delivering quick results and tangible progress.

Delivering world class Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to employees is our goal. The happier your employees, the more productive and efficient your company will be. Unlike many other Employee Assistance Schemes run by Human Resources professionals, Headscience is run by qualified and accredited Cognitive Behavioural therapists with a vision to improve mental health in the workplace.

Headscience sets a precedent by being the ONLY Employee Assistance Programme in the UK that solely offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as opposed to standard counselling which is less structured and time consuming. Using the latest CBT interventions to maximise outcomes, Headscience is fully immersed in the mental health field. This offers a competitive edge when implementing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. The difference is in the delivery.

Our Story

Our Story

Headscience was created to promote and extend the positive effects of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to employees.

As many as 42% of employees call in sick claiming to be suffering from a physical illness when the real reason is a mental health issue.

Mental health awareness is the way forward and enlightened business owners and managers acknowledge the benefits of mental health support in the workplace.When stress and personal issues are under control, an employee is far more focused and productive, and of course, happier.

Mandy Kloppers, the Director of Headscience wants CBT to be as widely available as possible. The positive effects are evidence based and have been proven to improve morale, motivation and presenteeism.


Meet the Founder

Mandy Kloppers

Mandy Kloppers


I'm an accredited CBT psychotherapist with over 15 years experience in mental health. I've run my own private practice since 2009 seeing individuals and couples seeking counselling.

Cognitive Behavioural therapists are educated to Post-Graduate level. The CBT course is gruelling - I know, I've completed it! The training is full time for one year at University or two years part time.

Therapists in training have their sessions recorded and graded according to 12 strict criteria such as: pacing, collaboration, interpersonal effectiveness as well as the methods used to bring about active change in the client. Cognitive Behavioural Therapists are highly skilled and trained to deal with mental health issues with deft efficiency which is far superior to standard counsellors, who often only have a first degree and are not educated to Post-Graduate level. This is why Headscience only employs BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapists.

For more information on how CBT therapists are assessed:  CLICK HERE


Mandy writes a regular blog on mental health issues, covering depression, anxiety, relationships and more:


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