Employee Assistance Programme
Our Employee Assistance programme provides a counselling support service for any personal, work or family issues 24 hours a day/7 days a week/365 day a year! All calls are answered in the UK.
The service also offers up to six short term structured Face to Face or Structured Telephone Counselling sessions where your issues can be dealt with effectively and will be subject to a clinical assessment of the presenting issues.
You can access a series of topical webinars from the EAP website at anytime, there is no need to pre-register as all webinars can be accessed at a time convenient to you.
The details for the EAP are available for staff via B:Hive.
E-learning Modules via Evolve;
- Healthy Lifestyle
- Mental Health Awareness and Good Practice
- Stress Awareness
- Personal Resilience
- Under Pressure – Dealing with Stress
Well-being and Resilience & Positivity Workshops
The Well-being workshop will help you find simple ways of improving your mental health to help you cope with the stresses of everyday life.
The Resilience and Positivity Workshop will give you an opportunity to find out what research says about resilience and positivity and to give you some useful, positive and uplifting advice and simple strategies to help you to live a happier, healthier and more positive life.
Staff can find further details on B:Hive.
Domestic Abuse Support
Please see our Domestic Abuse Guidance for Staff here.
Further information can be found here.
Good Thinking is a unique digital well-being service designed to support Londoners who are looking for personalised new ways to improve how they feel every day. It offers safe, proactive, early intervention tools to help with the four most common well-being concerns: anxiety, depression, stress, sleep.
You are encouraged to visit www.good-thinking.uk any time day or night. There are over 120 resources available including mobile apps, websites, downloadable guides and more information about health services to consider. Everything you do on Good Thinking is anonymous and all resources have been reviewed by a Consultant Psychiatrist.
NHS OneYou: Take the ‘How are You?’ Quiz – https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/how-are-you-quiz/
Samaritans: You talk to someone at any time of day or night. Calls are confidential and you can talk about any issue, no matter how difficult. – Call 116 123
Mind, the Mental Health Charity: Visit their website here: https://www.mind.org.uk/ or contact the infoline at 0300 123 3393.