Counseling is flexible with virtual, telephonic, company on-site and in-office/in-person options. This confidential approach will allow individuals who are struggling in various areas to work through those struggles and identify how they can overcome them. Based on needs, our mental health counselor is able to work on referrals to additional programs.
Are you looking for an EAP or a compliment to your existing EAP, Well365 provides flexibility in offering 3, 5 or a set number of visits for your employees. The EAP is designed to provide 1-on-1 counseling to counsel and assist in problem solving, or identify new ways to cope with common, but a number of life problems, stress reduction counseling, crisis and conflict resolution and substance abuse.
Workshops consist of 3 sessions that build upon each topic area. We can schedule based on your timing needs. Topics include, but are not limited to:
Communication: The “He Said, She Said & They Said”
Relationships: The Good, The Bad & The Needed
1st Response/1st Aid to Mental Health in the Workplace
Presentation length is 30-45 minutes with flexibility on time to meet your needs. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Mental Health: Let’s Talk About It
- Problem Solving That Will Help YOU SOAR
- Making Decisions to Meet Your Goals
- LONELINESS: Feeling Lonely in a Crowded Room
- Empowering YOU In Your Relationships
- Communication That Builds YOU
- Being the Best You: Overcoming Stress & Anxiety
- Substance Abuse Training in the Workplace
- Remembering Your Why
- 12 Days to Overcoming Stress of the New Year
A small group allows individuals to meet and work on their goals and build their mental health while feeling like they belong to a group. The group helps validate feelings, relate to one another, and helps them to collaborate as a team! You will find connections and relationships will be built. They will support one another and feel like they are included on something that cares about their wellbeing. People feel connected when they feel someone has walked in their shoes and relate to them.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Anger Management
- Stress Management
- Isolation & Loneliness
- Finding Yourself/Your Role