Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) for Better Mental Health

Employee Assistance Programme EAP

An Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is designed to help employees with personal or work-related issues that might affect their job performance or emotional well-being. The Employee Assistance Programme is a confidential service that provides employees access to free or low-cost mental health issues and well-being support by trained professionals.

Offering an established and comprehensive EAP as part of employee benefits package helps employees cope with personal issues such as family problems or work stress that might have a negative impact on their mental wellness and their work performance. It also allows employers to identify any potential risks before they become serious problems and impact the productivity of the entire team. Addressing such inevitable problems at an earlier stage reduces absenteeism, improves work life balance, prevents mental health conditions and even physical health issues of the employee.

EAP services are designed to improve the health and safety practices of companies and organisations by providing access to resources that keep employees safe in the workplace. Employers or managers providing mental health and emotional support for their employees through such employee assistance programmes might potentially increase employee satisfaction.

Assistance Programme for Employees Mental Health


The mental health of employees is important, as it has a significant impact on their capacity to contribute effectively in both their personal and professional lives.

Investing in workplace mental health fosters a supportive, healthy, and trusting workplace environment which in turn helps to boost the productivity of employees.

EAP helps employees identify at-risk behaviors, manage stressful events, meet important personal needs, and navigate workplace conflicts. Employers who take advantage of such initiatives support their employees to be equipped at making better decisions in their professional lives. EAP also includes webinars, workshops, talks, and psychological support such as art therapy sessions.

We can tailor an Employee Assistance Programme that specifically suits your organisation's requirements to improve your employee's mental wellness and performance.

As part of the EAP services, our experienced team of art psychotherapists supports individuals and their wellbeing by providing them with a space to express their concerns, manage stress, and develop emotional resilience. Benefits include improved employee engagement and work satisfaction.

At Solace Art Psychotherapy Singapore, we provide the following services, depending on the requirements of your organisation for in-depth mental health support for your employees:

  • confidential individual art psychotherapy sessions;
  • corporate wellness and wellbeing workshops;
  • and online webinars and workshops.

Here are some workshop themes to briefly support employee's mental health through psychoeducation and hands-on art activities:

  • Stress management;
  • Effective communications;
  • Self-care vs Self-indulgence;
  • Professional and Personal Identity;
  • Increasing Self-Awareness
  • Insights into Art Therapy and Self Discovery.

Confidentiality

We value all our clients' privacy and pride ourselves in establishing a safe and non-judgemental space. We create a positive experience, and employees can explore and process any issues or challenges they face during sessions. Except in cases where disclosure is compelled by law, all information provided to us during sessions will be kept confidential.


Contact us for more info on our EAP

To find out more about how our services can support your team, or to make enquiries about our pricing, contact us via WhatsApp at +65 9459 2044. Alternatively, you can drop us a message in the form below. Join us today, as we work towards a better environment for your staff.

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