Mental Health Support Services for Jobseekers & Unemployed | Sarina Russo

Employee Assistance Programs

Your employees may be facing any number of challenges in their personal life. Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) provides the help they may need to overcome any issues they are struggling to deal with.

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What are Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)?


Employee Assistance Programs are a series of interventions, designed to provide free, professional and confidential counselling services to employees who may be struggling with issues in their personal or professional life.

EAP services have been proven to be a sound investment by businesses to boost staff engagement, performance and retention. They allow employers to show staff that they are committed to the health and wellbeing of their people, supporting them at work, and in their personal lives.

The Sarina Russo Job Access VOICE team employs qualified psychologists and counsellors to provide EAP counselling to employees who may be experiencing difficulties with:

  • Grief and trauma
  • Divorce, separation or relationship difficulties
  • Work-related stressors
  • Bullying
  • Anxiety, stress or depressions
  • Family conflicts
  • Addiction or lifestyle issues
  • Illness
  • Financial or legal stress
  • Any other personal or professional stressors

It is important that employees understand that Employee Assistance Programs are strictly confidential.

EAP Counselling

Our VOICE professionals provide short-term, one-on-one counselling to individuals and employees to help them address personal issues or crises they might be experiencing.

Our psychologists are trained in the latest evidence-based psychological techniques to deliver a safe, judgement-free environment for employees to discuss their problems, and equip them with the tools or resources they may need to better cope with their situation.

Critical Incident Stress Management

The professional team of VOICE psychologists and counsellors provide individual and group critical incident stress management support services. These are designed to help workers deal with emotional reactions that may result from involvement in or exposure to unusual workplace incidents. These might include a serious workplace accident or death, fire, threat, or any other sudden, severe incident that impacts your workplace.

Job & Position Description Services

Lack of clarity around roles and responsibilities can lead to confusion and poor performance. Sarina Russo Job Access can help you design clear role or accountability statements and show you how to embed these in your workplace.

A clear and concise position description will enhance performance coaching, resource allocation and organisational mapping. Additionally, a solid platform in this area can often lead to unexpected efficiencies throughout your business.


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For more information about how to access Employee Assistance Programs in your workplace, please reach out to our VOICE consultants.

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