Counselling Therapy for Organisations and Companies

Are you a company or organisation looking to enhance employee well-being and productivity? Corporate clients typically book blocks of 6-12 sessions. To book counselling sessions, please contact 07903 274683 for further information; I will guide you through the process.

Why Provide Counselling in the Workplace?


  • Providing workplace counselling enhances employee well-being and organisational productivity.
  • It effectively addresses mental health issues and fosters a supportive work environment.

Benefits of Workplace Counselling:

  1. Reduced Absenteeism:
    • Studies show that workplace counselling can reduce sickness absence rates by up to 50%, offering significant cost savings for organisations.
  2. Improved Employee Well-being:
    • Counselling helps employees manage stress, improve coping mechanisms, and enhance overall mental health.
    • Participants consistently report improved well-being and job satisfaction.
  3. Increased Productivity:
    • Employees who receive counselling are more likely to be productive and engaged.
    • Counselling addresses personal issues that may affect work performance.
  4. Staff Retention:
    • Providing counselling services helps retain employees by addressing mental health issues and reducing turnover and related costs.
  5. Enhanced Employer Brand:
    • Offering counselling services enhances a company‚Äôs reputation as a caring employer, which attracts high-quality talent.

How to Implement Workplace Counselling:

  1. Establish Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs):
    • EAPs are a standard counselling method and offer in-person and remote confidential support. If your organisation is relatively small, I can help and am happy to receive any referrals.
  2. Introduce Short-term Interventions:
    • Implement short-term interventions focusing on problem-solving and coping strategies over a limited number of sessions.
  3. Ensure Confidentiality and Accessibility:
    • Guarantee confidentiality and easy access to counsellors to encourage employee participation.
  4. Hire Qualified Counsellors:
    • Employ licensed professionals with a good understanding of the work environment.
    • Ensure counsellors are members of professional associations (e.g., BACP, NCPS) and adhere to high standards.

Challenges and Considerations:

  1. Cost and Resource Allocation:
    • While there are initial costs, the return on investment through reduced absenteeism and improved productivity can be substantial.
  2. Integration with Organisational Policies:
    • Integrate counselling services with broader organisational policies on health and well-being for maximum impact.

Additional Strategies for Improvement:

  1. Leverage Case Studies and Testimonials:
    • Use real-life examples to provide practical insights and demonstrate tangible benefits.
  2. Develop Metrics and Evaluation Methods:
    • Establish clear metrics to evaluate the effectiveness and make data-driven decisions.
  3. Offer Diverse Counselling Approaches:
    • Highlight different counselling approaches to suit various employee needs.
  4. Provide Training and Workshops:
    • Offer mental health awareness sessions to promote a supportive work culture.
  5. Build Partnerships with Counselling Providers:
    • Partner with established counselling providers to ensure access to high-quality services and resources.

Conclusion and Call to Action

Workplace counselling is a strategic investment that enhances employee well-being and organisational productivity. For more information or to book sessions, please call 07903 274683. Take the first step towards a healthier, more productive workplace today and consider my comprehensive corporate counselling service in Barnsley to enhance your organisational well-being and productivity.