Employee Support Program

Benefits of participating in the Employee Support Program

As part of business support, we offer an Employee Support Program. Our team consists of professional, highly qualified psychologists and psychotherapists. It consists of experienced cognitive-behavioral therapists, psychologists, educators and addiction therapists , who are constantly improving their qualifications.

We offer a psychotherapeutic approach in the cognitive-behavioral current, the effectiveness of which is confirmed by numerous clinical studies. This therapy is distinguished by dealing with difficulties in the „here and now” and the variety of topics in which it is applied.

Areas in which we can provide professional psychotherapeutic help and support

And many others – depending on individual needs.

As part of our proposed program, each of the company’s employees will be able to seek help from a psychologist or psychotherapist. We offer contact within our office or online – depending on the needs of the employee. We offer assistance with discretion and professional secrecy. An employer who buys a package for all employees receives an aggregate report, in which the data of individual employees are not disclosed.

Employees on sick leave

Employee Assistance Programs in the US have been around since the 1940s. More and more companies, faced with the growing crisis, are deciding to take care of their employees. Providing psychotherapeutic support to employees is becoming an increasingly common, though still very rare, good practice in Polish companies. This is a non-financial benefit for a company’s employees, which can directly translate into the company’s functioning. In 2020, the number of days during which employees were on leave due to mental problems increased by as much as 58 percent. Poles did not go to work for a total of 27.7 million days for this reason. In contrast, sick leave due to chronic stress, fatigue, depression and anxiety disorders increased by more than 35 percent in 2021. Mental ailments related to work issues ultimately resulting in job burnout have been recognized by the World Health Organization as a medical problem and included in the 2022 International Classification of Diseases. According to Mindy’s September 2021 report. 'Mental Wellbeing of Employees in Poland’, an average of 5 hours and 43 minutes of work are lost per week through deteriorated mood. That adds up to 36 days a year. These statistics will continue to rise, experts say.

The Program offers two sample options:

Support program for employees and their families.

A program to support employers, executives and their families.