Mental Health Support Services for Jobseekers & Unemployed | Sarina Russo

Mental Health Support For Jobseekers

It can be tough to find work if you’re also dealing with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, or any other condition affecting your mental health. Learn more about how our mental health counselling services can help.

Ready to nurture your mental health? We’re here to support you!


We take a whole-of-life approach to your wellbeing


There is no one-size-fits all solution to helping people overcome barriers to employment. We each face our own challenges in life that require a unique approach to resolve.
We’re committed to building strong, compassionate working relationships with our clients and to create safe, judgement-free environments. We’ve helped nearly 40,000 clients since we began and we live by our motto, ‘It’s not just about feeling better, it’s about doing better’.

Our qualified VOICE psychologists and allied professionals take the time to understand your unique situation to develop the most effective outcomes for you. They are highly experienced with in the employment services and can provide mental health support services for those needing help with:

  • Psychological symptoms – depression, anxiety, adjustment, personality disorders, etc.
  • Cognitive challenges – learning difficulties
  • Vocational issues which impact career direction, motivation, or ability to maintain employment
  • Medical conditions impacting upon psychological wellbeing
  • Criminal history
  • Anger management
  • Addictions – drug and alcohol, gambling
  • Trauma – grief and loss
  • Stress and ineffective coping skills
  • Low self-esteem – limited self-confidence and self-worth
  • Limited support – including cultural barriers, isolation, family discord
  • Poor interpersonal skills

Depending on your needs, our qualified psychologists, social workers and counsellors can provide a range of therapeutic and evidence-based interventions to support your overall wellbeing.

How we support your work and mental health goals


Being engaged in meaningful employment has been shown to have positive effects on our mental wellbeing. That’s why our VOICE psychologists and allied professionals work together with our employment consultants to help you overcome mental health barriers to employment.

We can liaise with employers on your behalf to discuss job-fit considerations and create an individualised Return to Work Plan. This ensures you have an actionable strategy in place to support your success in the workplace.


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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

"I don't deserve this”, "I'm not enough", "I just got lucky" are common thoughts people with imposter syndrome have. Imposter syndrome is when a person thinks they are not worthy, nor deserving of their achievements. They often feel self-doubt, that they’re incompetent or that they’re a fraud.

Avoid Burnout and Have a Good Work-life Balance
Resisting hustle culture and prioritising your mental health is vital. When everything is done and dusted, no one is going to remember your late-night work cram sessions or your working overtime 24/7. They will remember the memories they made with you and the person you were outside of work.
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Speak to a consultant

To find out more about our mental health employment assistance support, contact our team for a confidential chat.

Sarina Russo Group acknowledges the First Nations Peoples of this Country, the traditional custodians connected to the land, water and community on which we live, work and help others to live their best lives. We also pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging, who strive to build a better and more sustainable future for future generations to come.