The Printed Image launches our new Mental Wellness initiative, “I Am Here’’

I Am Here is the fastest-growing mental health and wellbeing movement in the world.


“I am Here” is an evidence-based initiative that trains management and employees to become “Mental Wellness Ambassadors” andsignposts existing support services in their workplace or community.

The Printed Image is committed to supporting our employee’s mental health and wellbeing. We create and nurture a culture where our employees feel safe and supported and know that it is OK not to feel OK, and it’s absolutely OK to ask for help.

800,000 Team Members, across four continents, have joined the award-winning and evidence-based mission. “I Am Here” are changing the world through compassionate connection.

The Printed Image’s Manging Director, Tom Moriarty, welcomed this a fantastic programme by saying “we are delighted to be a part of this growing tribe and I look forward to welcoming this new initiative into our company culture, helping to support our employees even further in these difficult times”.

The programme is the brainchild of Irish entrepreneur Jim Breen, Founder and Chairman of PulseLearning, chairman of Becloudsmart and founder of Cycle Against Suicide.

“We all have a deep desire to help each other but we often don’t know what to do.” Jim explained, speaking at the Launch of I am here within PulseLearning.

“I Am Here” is overseen across the globe by CEO, Carole Ann Clarke – ex Captain of the Irish women’s rugby team, a mental health and leadership coach with 20 years’ corporate experience.

Tracy Dodd, Chief Operations Officer at The Printed Image, said “By partnering with “I Am Here”, we offer our entire workforce an additional comfort to know that there is a great support network available to them, both inside and outside of work.”

“I Am Here” was launched by The Printed Image on the 15th February and the implementation team are very excited for the improvements which the program will bring in the months ahead.

Please see images below from the internal launch.

(From left to right in Photography Marc Sullivan, Tracy Dodd, Tom Moriarty, Gareth Darcy.)