WellChecks can be arranged for individual employees who appear in need or support, as a one-off intervention, or offered to entire teams or groups during periods of change, pressure or vulnerability. Workplace mental health assessments can also be combined into a programme of on-going support for key roles and senior leaders. They provide an excellent opportunity to reflect on self-care, embed coping strategies and boost emotional resilience at work.
Workplace psychological health checks to support employees
Employee mental health can be impacted by stress at work or exposure to potentially traumatic events. As well as issues outside of work, such as financial worries or relationship breakdown.
Workplace mental health assessments provide an opportunity for employees to talk in confidence about how work or their home life is impacting on them. Helping them to develop coping strategies to reduce mental health issues.
OPTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS
Workplace psychological health checks
Our WellCheck workplace mental health assessments can be offered as one off interventions to individuals or ongoing sessions to support teams working in emotionally challenging roles.
Group sessions encourage employees to use the informal support of their peers, as this is particularly beneficial for fostering resilience and support networks.
Our Wellchecks provide an excellent opportunity to reflect on self-care, embed coping strategies and boost emotional resilience at workRequest a call back to learn more
Workplace psychological health check features
Our workplace psychological health checks last for approximately one hour and can be delivered in a clinical setting, at work, via phone or video conferencing.
Self-reflection and self-care
Employees are encouraged to reflect on the impact of work and their home life on their health and develop self-care strategies for dealing with this.
|The WellCheck is led by a registered psychotherapist, who establishes a safe space for the employee to speak in confidence and explore their emotions.|
|Individuals learn effective techniques for dealing with stress, and other mental health issues, that will benefit them both now and in the future.|
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Workplace mental health risk assessment
The WellCheck also acts as a workplace mental health risk assessment, enabling employers to ‘check-in’ on individuals who may be experiencing challenges or struggling with crisis situations triggered by the pandemic.
If the clinician conducting the WellCheck identifies the need for additional support, this can be offered in the form of:
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) counselling
- Face-to-face CBT, EMDR or psychological therapy
- CCBT or self-care coaching
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Workplace mental health assessment FAQ'S
Frequently asked questions
Workplace mental health assessments encourage self-reflection and establish a safe space for employees to speak in confidence with an impartial qualified professional. They provide additional support to employees who may not want to discuss their personal situation or emotions with colleagues or family. It is therefore important that they are confidential and employees are only asked to share information or insights with their manager if they feel happy and comfortable to do this.
Yes. In addition to helping individuals take stock of the pressure they are under and how this is impacting their mental health, they are also provided with coping strategies. Such as learning important techniques for dealing with stress, understanding the importance of their emotional wellbeing and impact of poor work-life balance on their emotional health. These insights empower employees to make positive choices that reduce the prevalence of absence and productivity issues
Yes. Even though the WellCheck only lasts around an hour, employees will get the most from the session when they have prepared for it. Managers can help by discussing and reminding people about the session and making sure they are seen to be encouraging the employee’s participation in this. It is a recognition by their manager that they are valued and cared for and that their manager wants them to feel supported to look after their mental health.
Yes. The session is carried out by a registered psychotherapist, or senior clinician, who can help the employee to take stock of the impact that organisational change, pressure or emotionally challenging situations are having on them. It establishes a safe space for them to talk about anything bothering them in confidence, be this workplace bullying or domestic violence, and creates an opportunity for them to be signposted towards further support if the clinician feels this is needed.
Workplace mental health assessments encourage self-reflection and establish a safe space for employees to speak in confidence with an impartial qualified professional. They provide additional support to employees who may not want to discuss their personal situation or emotions with colleagues or family.Request a call back to learn more
Benefits of working with us
Workplace Mental Health Assessments
Create a caring culture
PAM Wellbeing’s supportive approach makes employees feel cared for
Establish a safe space
Our approach establishes a safe space for people to speak in confidence
Reduce workplace stress
We give people effective strategies for dealing with stress
We help you to keep people productive and present at work