research on mental health and the workplace.
There has been a lot of research into how mental health affects the workplace. Organisations with a positive approach to mental health and safety have increased productivity and improved worker engagement.
Research has proven that some employees resist talking to a therapist face to face for various reasons. Embarrassment and anxiety are amongst the many reasons why not. Research into the benefits of online counselling breaks down this barrier, known as the ‘disinhibition effect,’ displaying that engaging with a professional through a platform can yield positive outcomes towards intervention.
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how we can help your business.
At Connect Psych we believe in providing employees with the support they need to be their best selves. As a result, organisations get a sense of the true value of mentally healthy workplaces.
Untreated mental health conditions result in over 6 million lost working days and 12 million days of reduced productivity every year in Australia.
Providing accessible, flexible and autonomous support through Connect Psych can assist employees experiencing a range of mental health and life challenges; resulting in clear benefits to the organisation’s productivity and reduction in absenteeism.
During therapy, your employees will have the continuity of a registered therapist with their choice of communication and customer support is available to answer their general questions about how Connect Psych operates.