Evelyne De Mol

Evelyne De Mol

Expertise: psychosocial wellbeing

Dutch, English, French

Who am I?

It’s your own particular view of the world that determines your reality. You are never angry, sad or hurt by what others say or do; instead, it is the way you think about what’s happening that determines how you feel and respond. In fact, any criticism, judgment or expression of anger is the tragic expression of an unmet need in yourself. So having empathy is crucial, both towards yourself and others.

Unbiased listening and trying to understand is what it’s really all about. Instead of offering empathy, we often feel a strong urge to advise or reassure people so that we can explain our own point of view or feeling.

Empathy, on the other hand, requires us to empty our minds and listen with all our being to what others are saying. This is the most beautiful gift you can give someone and is often the key for dealing successfully with problems of a psychosocial nature.

That says it all: wellbeing in the workplace really is my thing. I coach both individuals who find themselves stuck in a rut at work, as well as organisations striving to create a healthy and productive working environment. In doing so, I enjoy working on topics such as respectful behaviour in the workplace, communication that really connects, resilience and the issue of absence due to illness.

I also have a passion for healthy eating, hiking, pilates and jogging with the dog. I like to pursue exercise, resilience and relaxation techniques such as meditation and yoga. Because a healthy lifestyle is essential for promoting wellbeing and can help your employees to incorporate healthy habits into their daily lives.

We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are." Anaïs Nin


I have a wealth of experience in the world of external services for prevention and protection (health and safety) in the workplace. This makes me a psychosocial prevention adviser through and through.

I have had the opportunity to develop enjoyable programmes and projects in a range of different sectors and organisations. These include developing a policy for work attendance that works in practice, participating in a wellbeing tour that raised awareness about respectful behaviour at work and designing a training programme for managers, designed to immerse them in the world of psychosocial wellbeing. 


Prevention adviser psychosocial aspects – Mensura
Since 2023

Prevention adviser psychosocial aspects – Idewe
2018 – 2023

Prevention adviser psychosocial aspects – Attentia
2017 – 2018

Prevention adviser psychosocial aspects – Spmt Arista
2014 – 2017


Prevention adviser psychosocial aspects
2016 – 2018

Master’s degree in occupational and organisational psychology 
2007 – 2013

In the meantime, I am continuing with my education. By 2026, my aim is to obtain a graduate degree in integrative therapy.


The courses I present at Mensura Learn&Connect:

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