Staff

Adam Bambrough
Adam Bambrough
Founder & CEO
(He / Him)

Adam is a former award-winning West End and touring theatre actor and director (2001-2013), who has lived with mental health issues (ADHD, depression, and anxiety) for much of his life.

He established Wellbeing in the Arts as a result of his own personal experiences, his detailed research into how Arts organisations can best support their staff, and his time speaking with thousands of Arts workers of all disciplines who are trying to maintain a career in the industry whilst battling mental health issues, often without the help they need.

Adam previously ran the Theatrical Guild, a theatre charity based in Covent Garden, London, for eight years, and is currently writing a book on mental health in the Arts whilst also studying to become a Counselling Psychologist.

Dr. Lucie Clements
Research and Evidence Advisor
(She / Her)

Lucie is a British Psychological Society Chartered Psychologist and a specialist in psychological health and wellbeing in the performing arts industry.

She delivers freelance workshops, consultancy and lectures to performing arts schools, companies and theatres. As a Psychologist, Lucie has worked with performers across Europe, Asia and the USA.

Having previously held a position as a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Lucie remains research active, having written and published over 15 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters. She continues to teach elements of research methods and qualitative and quantitative research to both Psychologists and performing artists. 

Lucie is passionate about ensuring that mental health and wellbeing advice is grounded in an evidence base and that information communicated is reliable and at the forefront of current and best practice.

From her extensive work with performing artists, Lucie also believes that this approach helps to break down barriers and stigma around mental health and improve mental health literacy.

Helena Jacques-Morton
Marketing and PR Consultant
(She / Her)

Helena has worked in Marketing and Audience Development at Chichester Festival Theatre for four years, taking responsibility for their Youth Advisory Board, Prologue scheme for 16-30 year olds and Relaxed Performances.

Prior to this, she studied English and Theatre at St Andrews and University of California, San Diego, followed by an MLitt in Writing for Performance. 

Helena believes in the power of the Arts to change lives, but also recognises the importance of wellbeing and mental health support for all parts of the industry, including those who are often overlooked by other initiatives.