Workplace Counselling is becoming more commonplace and increasingly seen as a duty of care to your staff. It can have many business benefits as it is seen as an employee benefit and it can minimise stress, a core reason listed for employee time away from work. Although it may be short term in nature, workplace counselling provides employees with a specialist and independent resource that they can use across all working environments, and sectors.

This makes it an important factor that every employer should consider for the betterment of both the company and its staff.

We spend so much of our time at work, and in relationship with our colleagues, yet these relationships are often overlooked.  Counselling for stress at work aims to identify the causes of an employee’s work-related stress.

Counselling for workplace issues can provide accessible means for employees to find the best way forward. Some employers however often mistake it for giving advice, which isn’t the case. The process involves giving an employee a safe confidential place with myself to air out issues troubling them, which can allow a counsellor to help find better ways to manage work relationships and such matters or help the employee work through their issues and uncover potential solutions.

However, there is still some stigma around accessing workplace counselling.  I offer one to one counselling for issues at work on an individual basis in a safe non-judgemental, utterly confidential space where you can “let it all out”, unburden and explore the issues you face without your colleagues being aware you have accessed workplace counselling.

Workplace issues I can help with:

  • Workplace Confidence
  • Stress
  • Managing challenging relationships
  • Assertiveness
  • Bullying and how to protect yourself
  • Imposter Syndrome

Take care of you, because if you died today your job would be posted online, before your obituary.