Corporate Psychotherapy and Counselling is becoming more important as the palliative approaches of addressing the symptoms of poor psychology lack sustainability.
“the covid-19 pandemic has radically changed the nature of work and accelerated the need for employers to prioritise mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.”
(arnaud bernaert, head, health and healthcare, world economic forum)
Before the pandemic, we saw organisations offering a variety of initiatives which may have been more for show than for effectiveness.
Whether this is bowls of fruit, or mindfulness and meditation, or Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), the question is this: does it benefit the employee?
The significant disruption of Covid-19 has served to highlight that corporate therapy initiatives need to be in place to support the employee, first-and-foremost.