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Mental Health and Wellbeing Measurement

The Be Well Tracker - a secure online measurement tool that provides mental health and wellbeing insights 

Be Well Tracker

Our mental health is often a mystery. We typically don’t have accurate and accessible insights into what it looks like on an ongoing basis.


This is not just individuals; organisations and governments are lacking data on the mental health and wellbeing of their people to make informed decisions.


The Be Well Tracker was designed with this in mind. It measures domains of people’s mental health and wellbeing in a secure and scientific way.

How it works

Be Well Tracker. Mental health and wellbeing measurement

Users are invited to measure their mental health and wellbeing in an easy-to-use online tool that takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. The platform also allows for shorter 1-minute Pulse measures that can be taken over time, to capture changes in your organisation's mental health and wellbeing profile.

The measurement focuses on the following outcomes:

  • Resilience

  • Wellbeing (subjective, social, psychological)

  • General Physical Health (including personal experiences of physical activity, nutrition and sleep)

  • Psychological Distress (mood, anxiety and stress)

  • Workplace wellbeing (elements such as workplace satisfaction, employee engagement and workplace relationships)

  • Additional scales to meet organisational needs.

What do individuals receive?​

Each individual gains access to their confidential online report, giving respondents immediate insight into how they score on aspects of their mental health as well as links to evidence-based resources, articles, tools and tips.


What do organisations receive?​

Be Well Co provides aggregate reporting to inform your organisation's wellbeing strategy.


The differing levels of information, broken down by demographic data points, are provided as an aggregated

de-identified report, equipping leaders to make informed decisions.


The data includes comparison to current year population norms as well as a summary of factors that influence and drive wellbeing and mental health, including work wellbeing. 

Our solutions deliver real impact

2 in 3

Our data collected via the

Be Well Tracker reveals that

2 in 3 people are not coping


We have deployed over 20,000 measurements since the launch of the Tracker, helping organisations make informated decision on wellbeing investment

Internet enabled

Access to the Tracker is available on any internet-enabled devices.


We provide

de-identified organisational insights.


Secure and private, adhering to strict security protocols.


Participants receive real-time confidential feedback on their mental health and wellbeing.

Track Wellbeing

Track changes over time and compare to benchmarks.


We provide suggestions for changes based on wellbeing scores.


Comprehensive​ measurement of positive, adaptive and distress outcomes.


We use reliable and valid scientific scales.

Quick and Easy

Quick and easy. It can be completed in 10mins or a 1min Pulse measure.

Be Well Tracker Features

Be Well Tracker difference 

Our team of academic researchers investigated the scientific literature for valid and reliable scales that are easy-to-use, interpret and benchmark. 

The result is a flexible measurement tool that provides real-time reports for individuals and powers our ability to provide organisational insights based on scientific principles.

Our measurement philosophy

By using the Tracker, you will rely on a scientific approach to measuring mental health and wellbeing.


Everything in the Tracker is tested and validated, while allowing flexibility to tailor to the unique needs of organisations. 

Some of the organisations that have used the Be Well Tracker to measure workplace wellbeing

Mitsubishi Motors Australia
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Flinders University
Bank Australia
Westpac Banking
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Contact us to discuss how our solutions can support your people.
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