Part of the Out in the Field programme at The Quadrangle.

You Okay, Doc? is a mental health charity founded by doctors for doctors. Its vision is to improve doctors’ mental health and wellbeing throughout the world. Its mission is to enable doctors to seek support, speak freely about mental health and be equipped to deal with the inevitable pressures faced.

During this day-long retreat, participants will be introduced to embodiment, reflection and nature connection practices and simple mindfulness tools that help regulate stress and anxiety, with the aim to build a sense of wellbeing and resilience for when they return to their everyday lives and workplace.

To apply for a fully-subsidised please complete this short application form, which includes a 150 word statement (max) on why you would like to attend. The deadline for applications is 28th September 9am BST. Successful applicants will be notified by 5th October 5pm BST. For more information about You Okay, Doc? please contact the team at

Testimonials from Kings College Hospital and South London & Maudsley staff who attended a one-day Out in the Field retreat:

“A great opportunity to reflect, regenerate and find ways to help yourself and others.”

“Empowering. Absolutely enjoyed everything. The forest bathing helped me to open up. Perfect for everybody experiencing a difficult time. Such a positive and powerful experience.”

“Very positive. Not something I would normally have gone to but with so many learning points I would strongly advise and encourage other members of staff to take part. A day to be remembered and cherished. Thanks for all the thoughts and efforts you made to make it a perfect day.”

“This is one day away that you can stop, reflect, enhance your ability to deal with stress and stressful situations.”

“This retreat would be very beneficial for NHS workers, acknowledges their wellbeing, positive impact.”

“Beautiful, calming, inspiring, revitalising, stilling, collaborative”

“Overwhelmed by the generosity of care for us. Bringing calm, loving kind energy to a group of people who are quite burnt out”