Counselling & Therapy Services For Businesses

Mental Wellbeing Reviews

A qualified therapist will spend a day at your place of business to conduct employee mental health reviews.
This review will ascertain their state of mind on a personal and professional level and gauge their happines.
  • Identify past, current and potential issues.
  • Briefly discuss their symptoms and explain the ailment.
  • Provide advice on how to manage their problems better.
  • Book in for individual sessions where required.
You will recieve a report on the general wellbeing of your workforce and, if necessary, an action plan on initiatives to improve general wellbeing.

Wellbeing Support For Staff Absentees

A qualified therapist will carry out a mental health wellbeing check for staff members that are absent from work with a mental health related issue. This support is non-judgemental and not part of any disciplinary process.
  • Find out what the reasons are for the absence.
  • In cases of physical illness, how it is effecting their mental health.
  • Explore the reasons why absence is occuring.
  • How to deal with any mental illness from the absence to reduce severity.
  • Teach general relaxation and meditation skills.
You will recieve a report on the general wellbeing of your workforce and, if necessary, an action plan on initiatives to improve general wellbeing.

New Employee Induction

Before a new employee starts work, we will provide a one to one induction to help them settle in and help them with any mental wellbeing issues they may be struggling with.
  • Identify past, current and potential mental health issues.
  • Provide advice on how to manage any mental health issues including depression, stress and anxiety.
  • Maintain a healthy work-life balance.
  • The signs of substance abuse.
  • How to deal with bullying and harassment.
  • How to guide them towards support at times of need.

Return To Work Transition

A qualified therapist will help your member of staff return to work after an absence caused by mental health, running through how they are feeling in a one-to-one environment.
  • How they are feeling.
  • The anxities surrounding coming back to work.
  • The opportunity to discuss any mental health concerns.
  • Exploring reasonable adjustments they would like to be made such as allowing someone with social anxiety disorder to have their own desk instead of hot-desking.
  • Provide advice on how to manage their symptoms.