Programs for Gold Coast Organisations
EAP for organisational psycho education for employees
What is an employee assistance program?
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is designed to support workers in their emotional, mental, and psychological well being. It is based at work and is available for employees and family members as well. The goal of the program is to aid employees maintain their optimum mental health as well as assist during times of difficulty. The methods include preventative and proactive tactics for early detection and resolution of individuals problems. When work drama or personal problems appear in people’s lives, their performance may be affected. Therefore companies are employing the EAP to allow their employees to thrive both in and outside of work. They understand that difficulties tackling mental health, addiction, or trauma can severely impact relationships and work success. Therefore, whether workers are suffering from anxiety, depression, substance addiction, gabmling, or psychiatric disorders, EAP has been designed to elevate their quality of life.
EAP Counselling targets
- Helping employees understand and clarify issues that are going on in their lives. This includes underlying and subconscious problems.
- Guiding employees to explore methods to deal with those issues
- Creating detailed and personalised plans for constructive and current solutions for problems.
What can EAP counselling help with?
If you would like an idea of the type of requests EAP services deal with, have a look at the list below.
- Issues and tension in between co workers
- Struggles with meeting targets
- Overall work performance
- Bullying or harassment from peers or superiors
- Proper conflict management
- Processing anger and finding solutions
- Developing a career plan and change
- Focusing on a healthy work life balance
- Minimising stress
- Maximising efficiency and a positive mindset
- Pre existing mental health conditions
- Onset of anxiety or anxious feelings
- Grief and loss
- Life situation and feeling lost
- Emotional abuse from a domestic partner
- Trouble with self esteem
- Substance abuse or addiction
- Varying addictions including gambling, alcohol, and more
- Anger management and processing
Family and relationship difficulties
- Maintaining a work life balance
- Bringing up children
- Stress associated with your partner and relationship
- Marriage counselling
- Co-parenting or parenting difficulties
- Communication and time management
- Separation from your partner and diving a family
- Financial difficulties
- Domestic violence, whether physical or emotional.