EAP Services have a range of resources to help you manage your team's wellbeing independently.
A consent form for clients to sign to make sure that they understand the key aspects of the service we are providing.
We cannot release your information without your written authority to do so accept under exceptional and specific circumstances, such as situations of concern regarding self-harm, or harm to others. To assist us to maintain the appropriate level of privacy we have created the Request to Access Personal Records Form. You can print this form from the link below, or your professional can provide you with a copy and help you complete it. All information requests should then be emailed to email@example.com.
Guides & Information
Grief is part of life for everyone. It’s not only about death; you also grieve if you lose your job, health, relationship, hopes and dreams, pets or anything else important to you.
Our HR Consulting Group have developed an extensive range of training, career transition and HR programmes to meet the needs of our client organisations.
Stress is a common part of everyday life with most people experiencing some form of stress in their day, and typically this is seen to be healthy if managed appropriately.
Managers today face complex situations and demands that impact their ability to manage their staff effectively
This is a valuable tool for managers when they wish to implement a process involving their referral of an employee for independent support and assistance from an EAP Professional.
Employee Assistance Programme is here to help with any work or life issues and to improve your health and general wellbeing.
Your EAP (Employee Assistance Programme) is a professional and confidential service paid for by your employer.
People can experience a wide range of emotions before, during and after a significant event, disaster or trauma.
Relationships problems are the second highest reason why people come to EAP services. We thought we would share a few myths that can damage relationships alongside some facts that make relationships work better.
Imagine that you’re in a boat out at sea when wild stormy weather arises. The first thing you would likely do is drop your anchor so that you and your boat remain steady, and the storm does not sweep you away.
Learning to be conscious of what we are saying and who we are saying it to can help strengthen relationships and ensure clarity in our communications.
In this month's newsletter, we raise the sensitive topic of domestic and family violence. For those affected, it can impact every aspect of their life, and we look at how to support them, whether a colleague or whānau member.
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We have a large range of resources on hand that we can provide to help you or your organisation.