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About Healios

A specialist clinic with an incredible team of professionals

Helping families to feel better

Access to care

Finding the right support is often the first step in feeling better. At Healios, we ensure exceptional care is an everyday occurrence.

Individualised support

Mental health and neurodiverse conditions impact different people and families in different ways. With our support, your family can step forward together

Focus on feelings

Our caring team aims to help families feel better by helping them to understand, communicate and ultimately improve how they feel.

Our story

Healios is the leader in family-first care

We believe in the power of family and friends in supporting a person with a mental health or neurodiverse condition. Oftentimes, family members can feel stressed, worried or disempowered as they might not know how best to care for their loved one.

We’ve pioneered family-first care through technology. Our system allows family members to be part of the care approach, equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to create a happier, healthier family life.

We are in this together

You deserve the best when it comes to assessment, diagnosis and support for mental health and neurodiverse conditions. That’s why we focus on delivering a better care experience for you and your family.

It starts with human connection

Human beings are at the heart of what we do. Our team of professionals has created a supportive, inclusive and caring experience.

Blended with science and technology

Our clinical approaches are grounded in evidence-based best practice care models and combined with cutting-edge technology. We work with world-leading experts in developing and evidencing new approaches to provide ever better care.

Inspire through design

We want your experience with us to be stress-free, intuitive and inspiring. Our platform has been designed to fit seamlessly into your busy lifestyle.

Our leaders

Rich Andrews

Founder and ceo

Prior to founding Healios in 2013, Rich gained knowledge and experience of global healthcare environments and health inequalities from an international career spanning over a decade working in biotech companies. His passion for combining overall wellbeing, science and technology has led him to develop innovative services to empower people and their families to live healthier and happier lives. He holds a BSc in Pharmacology.

Rich is also a board member of the Mental Health Network at the UK’s NHS Confederation.

Dr Lars Hansen

Consultant Psychiatrist and Chief Medical Officer

Lars studied medicine in Denmark and trained in psychiatry in Paris and London. He holds a doctorate of medicine from Southampton University and has had a keen interest in scientific research for the last 25 years. Lars has been involved in media work regarding psychiatric issues with the BBC, ITV and Channel 4.

From his work in the NHS, it became clear that the demand for psychiatric input was vastly outstripping the supply of evidence-based interventions. Healios seemed to be the obvious solution to a structural problem in our society.

Mike Catton

Chief operations officer

Mike has worked in healthcare for the past 20 years bringing innovative solutions to market across neurodiverse conditions, physical and mental health. He’s passionate about continuous improvement and transforming healthcare models enabling access to high-quality care for people in need of support.

Dr Melinda Rees

Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Chief Clinical Officer

Melinda has combined her post graduate clinical and leadership qualifications with research and clinical practice in the UK and the US healthcare systems across 3 sectors: the NHS, Independent and Not For Profit.

Melinda’s energy and curiosity is drawn to nudging people, systems and cultures to change for the benefit of all.

Simon Clarke

Chief Financial Officer

Simon has worked for large and small companies in the UK and internationally that strive to improve people’s lives. Simon was attracted to the mission at Healios as his son is autistic and he has an appreciation of the challenges facing families and young people accessing support and quality care. He has an MA in Accounting and is a Chartered Accountant by profession.

Susie Oldham

Director of people and culture

With over 20 years’ experience Susie is a strategic and operational people leader with a comprehensive background developing and deploying people strategies to support business growth and success.

Susie is dedicated to creating a culture that makes our company a great place to work. She is driven by our values and heart-centered leadership to enable, empower and inspire people to thrive, realise their potential and love their job.