Employee Assistance Programmes
Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) are employee benefits programs provided by employers to support employees in improving their mental health and coping with personal and work issues that may adversely affect their well-being.
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) Providers
|Spectrum Life’s EAP services provide access to mental health content and e-learning, mental health seminars and workshops, 24/7 live chat support and video call counselling.
|Care First’s EAP provides a health management portal, wellbeing portal, 24/7 telephone support, online counselling, information, debt management, management support, face-to-face counselling and management information.
|Life and Progress
|Life & Progress provides a 24/7 telephone and online assistance programme with access to confidential counselling, professional advice, guidance, and practical information.
|Leone Centre provides individual counselling, couple counselling and family therapy sessions in-person in London and online sessions worldwide.
|Bupa Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) are confidential mental health and wellbeing support services that offer expert advice, guidance and support to help individuals take control of their situation.
|Wellbeing Solutions’ EAP combines a staff self-referral service with a toolkit of HR-led mental health services.
|TELUS Total Mental Health offers holistic mental health support for employees and their family members that includes continuous counselling with qualified mental health professionals, unlimited 24/7 access to personalized mental health care by phone, video and text, as well as in-person appointments.
|Perkbox provides access to a benefits platform with an EAP, wellbeing content, free wellbeing apps, and more.
|Health Assured’s EAP services provide a 24/7, confidential helpline, up to 6 sessions of structured counselling, 24/7 crisis assistance & manager support, in-house legal & financial information and access to the My Healthy Advantage wellbeing app.
Please note that this list is not exhaustive and inclusion does not imply any endorsement by Psychotherapy Resources or associated parties. See the full disclaimer here.