The Experts


Jason Van Schie is the founder of People Diagnostix and lead developer of innovative psychological health/wellbeing products including FlourishDx (, and Flourishing at School ( FlourishDx empowers global organisations to take a preventative approach to employee mental health through use of digital tools and services that help to improve mental health outcomes.

Over the past decade Jason has focused his attention on preventative health initiatives for the purpose of increasing wellbeing, productivity, safety and academic outcomes. In recent years, he has turned to developing technological solutions with the intent to make psychological health, safety and wellbeing accessible at scale and globally.

FlourishDx provides mental health and sleep health video content, and a dynamic software platform to help employers and employees work together towards optimal mental wellbeing outcomes. With ISO 45003: Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace on the horizon, FlourishDx is committed to continue to evolve to assist employee-focused clients adopt this important standard

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Professor Jim Lucey is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and Consultant Psychiatrist at St. Patrick’s University Hospital in Dublin, Ireland.

Prof Lucey is a Psychiatrist to ‘Practitioner Health’ and at the Centre for Clinical Mastery at RCSI where he is Associate Professor.

From 2008 to 2019 he was Medical Director of St. Patrick`s Mental Health Service (SPMHS), during a period of radical reform of Ireland`s oldest and largest independent not-for-profit Mental-Health provider.

He is a member of the Health Committee of the Irish Medical Council, and a board member of the Mental Health Commission of Ireland.

He has over 30 years’ experience in clinical psychiatry and is a writer, broadcaster and public speaker with three best-selling books on mental health ‘In My Room’, ‘The Life Well-Lived’ and ‘A Whole New Plan For Living’.

Mark Donnelly is founder of Irish clothing Company HUH (How’s Ur Head?), a brand that focuses on raising Mental Health Awareness and donates 10% of all sales to various charities that help bring the story of mental health into everyday conversation.

After finishing college, Mark took up a role as brand ambassador with Tullamore Dew in the United States and when the pandemic hit, he decided to begin researching his business idea and put the wheels in motion to set up his clothing range.

After spending time in the US where the phrase ‘HUH’ is commonplace, he came up with the idea of putting ‘HUH’ (how’s ur head?) on a hoodie and that’s how the brand was born.

Since being set up over two years ago, HUH clothing has donated over €30,000 to various mental health charities in Ireland and the USA and is selling a range of hoodies, gillets, and hats on their website

“The goal of HUH clothing is to spark casual conversations about your mental health through something as simple as a hoodie or a t-shirt. We want people to ask, what does HUH mean? Mental health conversations need to be normalised and need to happen on a daily and weekly basis, with yourself, your loved ones, friends, family and co-workers,” comments Mark.

Please note – At HUH we are not trained or qualified in the Mental Health space. We cannot and will not provide any advice in relation to your health/well-being as that should be done by professionals only. If you are in need of assistance please contact one of the below:

  • Emergency assistance – 999 Or 112
  • Samaritans – Freephone 116123
  • Pieta House – Freephone 1800 247 247 or Text HELP to 51444
  • ChildLine – Freephone 1800 66 66 66
  • Text HELLO to 50808, anytime day or night.
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