Our organisation was established in 1999 to provide confidential counselling and training. We provide workplace counselling across Northern Ireland. We believe in working with you to agree a bespoke service for your workplace. We always go that extra mile to ensure the people we engage with are fully supported.
Why Provide Counselling In The Workplace?
Workplace counselling is becoming more common and increasingly is being seen as a duty of care to your staff. A great employer will promote good mental health in the workplace.
Workplace counselling programmes are greatly valued by employees as they provide employees with a confidential service which they can access to discuss any mental health struggles they are experiencing in their lives.
Workplace counseling has been proved to be extremely helpful for employees, but there are also benefits for employers. These include reducing sickness absence rates, increase employee satisfaction, improve employee performance, lower turnover rates among employees, productive ways to handle sensitive situations and establishing a reputation as an employer who cares about their staff. For more information complete our contact form here.
Make a referral for workplace counselling by clicking this button and conpleting the form.
Complete the referral form by clicking the link here. The form will be sent to the counsellor who will then make contact with you and set up your assessement appointment.
During counselling, a professionally trained counsellor will talk with you one to one, to explore what you are struggling with, without judging you. They will help you move to finding solutions.
Most people who've been struggling and have spoken to a counsellor will tell you that it really did help. Our work is all solution focused - so we will help you take the steps towards finding a solution.
We provide a confidential serivce which offers you the opportunity to talk with someone who'll respect you and your opinions. What you discuss won't be reported back to your employer or colleagues.
People talk about what they want to during a counselling session. Anything you feel is relevant or important can be discussed. This includes issues like anxiety, stress, loss, relationship issues, family breakdown or anger etc.