Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
What is an EAP?
- An EAP is designed to provide counselling assistance to staff who are dealing with work/ personal issues and coaching for personal/ cultural benefit. The aim of an EAP is to assist your business or organisation to be more productive through the enhanced performance of staff… simply because they are happier, healthier and better equipped to deal with life’s challenges.
- Unlike many EAP providers, Breathe Counselling does not charge an annual or upfront fee. Our services are charged on a usage only basis. This means that you and your staff have the comfort of knowing that support is available if and when you need it, without additional cost and whilst OH&S obligations with regards to mental health are appropriately met. If you are a business owner or employer, utilising EAP Counselling for yourself, immediate family or staff is a legitimate tax deduction.
- Breathe Counselling offers an Employee Assistance Program that intentionally educates staff about the normality of mental and emotionally struggles, eliminating stigma and shame. Our approach is:
- Breathe Counselling offers evidence- informed counselling approaches that help to increase morale, minimise people risk, optimise productivity and reduce workplace absenteeism.
As part of our service we offer a significantly discounted (50%) two day course of Mental Health First Aid Training (as seen on ABC ) and are able to deliver training and counselling in your premises or at one of our sites in the Perth CBD, Booragoon, Rockingham and Mandurah.
If you would like to know more about Breathe Counselling and our EAP service, or if you would like to meet in person to discuss further, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0433 923 591 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a business owner, employer or HR Manager and would like more information about our EAP services, please fill out the form below and we will be in touch
All counsellors and therapists associated with Breathe Counselling Perth are engaged in regular professional development, counselling and psychology supervision. Our counsellors are members of either or both ACA (Australian Counselling Association) and PACFA (Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia).