1 in 4 people in the UK will be affected by Mental illness.
These days good employers are expected to provide a level of physical and mental health support. Over the last 20 years workplace counselling has grown, with large companies signing up to an Employers Assisted Program (EAP).
However, for the small and medium (SME) size companies this is not always a viable option, mainly because if you have fewer than 200, they do not fit the business model of EAP. Leaving SME’s unsure where to turn when one of their valued employees needs more support than you can offer.
So, what can you expect from me?
Working with some one local means I have a better understanding of local businesses and the organizational culture.
You have the opportunity to build a relationship with one person, a person that genuinely wants your workforce to have thrive and reach their full potential. Good mental health and physical wellbeing is at the heart of this.
Counselling – Face-2-Face/telephone/video within 5 working days.
On-site drop in clinics
Education and training days – for mental health
Support with problems in and out of work.
Bullying and harassment.
Feeling overwhelmed, unable to sleep.
Gambling, debt and financial.
Drugs and alcohol misuse.
Bereavement and loss.
Anxiety, stress and depression.
With 2020 being one of the toughest years ever it is no surprise that our mental health has plummeted. Record levels anxiety, depression, stress, loss and isolation are reaching record highs.
Companies I have worked with: