Counselling/ Psychotherapy Employee Assistance Programme


Including counselling/ psychotherapy in your employee assistance programme is important. You chose your staff well and they are your most important resource – looking after their welfare, means looking after your business too. 

Personal difficulties can have a major impact on your employees’ work, which can result in sickness or lack of concentration. This adds up to a cost to your business, not just in lost working hours, also in reduced productivity or engagement.  You will equally benefit as an employer, as your time will be freed up, from dealing with these issues.

Therapy Works 4 U Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), is a cost effective, affordable means of providing support to your staff who may be experiencing problems in or outside of the workplace.

Now your employees can access confidential counselling, face to face or via SKYPE, taking only one hour a week of their (and your) valuable time. You only pay for sessions booked and for loyal customers, I am pleased to offer a discounted rate. Unlike many employee assistance providers, I see counselling not as a ‘tick box’ exercise, instead a really valuable, positive and lasting experience.

As a qualified and experienced counsellor and psychotherapist, I have a real understanding of people’s needs, having experienced both roles – employer and employee.

EAP’s are not just for people in crisis, but a valuable resource to help employees with the everyday problems that we all face in life.

Contact me now to discuss how to access this vital service.

Your EAP can help with:

  • Conflicts at home or at work
  • Carer’s issues
  • Family and relationship difficulties
  • Anxiety, depression and stress
  • Abuse and bullying
  • Assertiveness and anger management
  • Decision making and problem solving
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Addictions such as alcohol, gambling or drugs
  • Confidence and self-esteem
 ‘There is evidence that workplace counselling represents an effective way of improving functioning within a workforce by reducing distress, dysfunction and under-performance’ (Source; Study University of Cambridge, UK and Independent Research Consultant, Nuneaton UK)