Our in-house integrative workplace counselling is available to individuals who have been recognised as possibly benefitting from counselling services. An initial consultation is offered so that the individual can decide whether they feel they can work together with the workplace counsellor, and for the counsellor to gain a basic understanding of their presenting issues.
The integrative approach to workplace counselling we offer includes a combination of a person-centred approach, transactional analysis and CBT. The core conditions of empathy, unconditional positive regard and congruence all work to create a therapeutic relationship which will see the counsellor supporting the individual in understanding why they feel like they do and helping them to move on. Working from the individual’s perspective, a step-by-step approach is taken to support individuals referred to us.
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Did you know?
- 1 in 6 of the working population in the UK will experience mental health problems
- 1 in 4 people will suffer with a mental health problem in any one year
- 60% of UK companies reported an increase in the most common mental health conditions throughout 2020
- 70m workdays are lost each year due to mental health problems
What are the benefits of counselling in the workplace?
Workplace counselling is such offered by an employer to their employees to support them and provide them with a safe space to talk about any issues they’re having. This is not an alternative to therapy, but rather a short series of session designed to alleviate stress and help resolve an acute crisis, if any.
The immediate benefits of workplace counselling include:
- Ease of access to counselling
- A space to talk and share
- Encouraging the development of healthy coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills
How many sessions would one employee be entitled to?
This would depend on your company policy. Fusion is able to offer as many as you need/the company policy covers. A typical counselling treatment consists of six sessions.
Will the company get a report based on the outcome of the sessions?
No, counselling sessions are confidential.