Counselling is more than just a therapeutic way to address problems. In fact, it best works as a proactive initiative to help people learn how to manage themselves better.
We understand that it can be challenging for employees to set aside time for a face-to-face counselling session during those extra hectic days at work. But even if your employees prefer to seek support online, we are happy to help.
Our eCounselling service is flexible and offers employees the chance to video call a counsellor/mental health professional from anywhere in the world or even from the comfort of their home. We use compliant software and can build a interface specifically for your organization to create a seamless experience.
Workplace Well-being Hotline
Want your employees to talk about something that has been bothering them?
Want it to happen in a safe and confidential manner?
Our counsellors are only a phone call away!
Research shows that organizations benefit from lower absenteeism and improvements in performance when employees are offered workplace counselling.
Our customized Workplace Well-Being Hotline service provides employees with a chance to share what’s on their mind and seek support from our mental health professionals on the go.
Reach out to help set-up a direct hotline for your organization today.
We are here to listen and offer specialized mental health support for stress, anxiety, depression and emotional distress.
Counselling can be used as a preventative people management strategy for organizations to help employees leverage their core capacities, stimulate personal growth and increase self-awareness.
Our expert counsellors will help your employees address various work-life challenges in a positive way by helping them work through psychological issues such as stress , anxiety and depression and develop coping strategies.
Interested in setting up a workplace counselling hub?
Talk to us today to learn more about customized packages for your organization!
“Honestly, I did feel a little hesitant about how much I could share from an individualistic point of view without it sounding like a rant. But I felt like I connected with my counsellor almost the same way I would connect with a friend that I’ve known for a long time.”