An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an employee support program designed to enhance the emotional, mental and general psychological wellbeing of all employees and it includes services for immediate family members.

If your organisation does not yet have an EAP, consider the following:

  • 45 % of Australians will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime.

  • A person in the workforce who has an untreated mental illness might require up to 4 additional sick leave days per month.

  • For every $1 you invest in an effective mental health initiative the return is $2.30.

At Blue Horizon Counselling we can support you and your staff in Sydney, who might have any of the following concerns:

  • drug and alcohol use and abuse

  • gambling

  • work-related stress

  • difficulties managing stress and distress

  • mental illness (anxiety, depression)

  • trauma

  • communication problems

  • interpersonal relationships

  • major life events, including births, accidents and deaths

  • physical issues (such as injuries, chronic illness)

  • financial or non-work-related legal issues

  • family/personal relationship issues

  • work relationship issues

  • worries about family members

  • parenting difficulties

  • anger management

  • family/personal relationship issues

  • violence prevention

In addition, we support staff who are experiencing any other mental health or psychological concerns that might be impacting on their daily functioning and performance. Services can be provided:

  • At one of our offices, face-to-face
  • Online, via Zoom or Skype
  • Over the phone

Alternative methods for delivery of our services can be discussed, just give us a call. Furthermore, we create tailored trainings and workshops for your workplace to assist with:

  • Team building

  • Team management

  • Communication skills

  • Conflict resolution

  • Burnout prevention (Effective Management of Staff)

  • Stress management

  • Managers’ essential skills

If you require training that is designed to address a particular issue at your workplace, please call us and we will be happy to help.

(Reference: Creating a mentally healthy workplace: A guide for business leaders and managers.

Call us to discover how we can help.

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