Employee Assistance Program

An Employee Assistance Program with a difference.

We’re on a mission to equip every organisation across Australia with an effective EAP service. Because everyone, everywhere, deserves access to good mental health. 

What is an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)?

As employers, we are legally obliged to provide a safe workplace, and this includes supporting the mental health of our teams.

Employee assistance programs (EAPs) are a valuable resource for employers and employees alike.

They provide free, short term and strictly confidential counselling and coaching services to your employees, to help them navigate challenges in life.

They play an important role in supporting the mental health of your team.

Our EAP service is particularly suited to small to medium businesses, organisations, community groups, sporting groups and the like.

If you’ve thought about implementing an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in your business, but have been shocked by the costs, it’s worth getting in touch with us.

Our EAP service supports your team in all aspects of their lives

Your team is made up of a diverse bunch of folks who all have unique needs and challenges in life. Our EAP service is designed to be flexible and responsive to their needs by providing professional and effective coaching and counselling services.

Some of the things your team can work on with us include…

Work related issues

Work-life balance

Conflict and interpersonal issues at work

Career path exploration


Personal health issues




Healthy lifestyle coaching

Life-related issues


Grief and bereavement

Significant life changes

Concerns about children or family members

When would someone access the EAP service?

We all need some extra support at times in our lives. When you work with a qualified coach or counsellor, they can help you to develop strategies that support your mental health and wellbeing. This can be both inside and outside of work.

Some people choose to use the service proactively to manage ongoing wellbeing. Others choose to access the services when they are facing a particularly challenging time in their lives.

Regardless, accessing an EAP service is an investment in your health and wellbeing – and remember, it’s totally confidential.

Someone may also access the EAP service as a professional development and coaching activity, as part of their development plan.

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