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Employee Wellbeing

Did you know that poor mental health costs UK employers up to £45 billion each year?

Did you also know that on average, for every £1 spent on supporting their employees’ mental health, employers get £5 back on their investment in increased productivity, reduced absenteeism and reduced staff turnover? *

This is why it is so important to businesses, large and small, to support their employees’ mental wellbeing.

How can we help your business?

Basingstoke Counselling Service can help by offering prompt, high-quality, short-term counselling for your employees. The number of sessions offered can be determined by you, but we recommend a minimum of six.

There are no upfront or hidden costs and the service operates on a pay-as-you-go basis, meaning that we are there to support you when you need us, without the expense of a retainer. Each session is charged at £50.

Professional standards

At Basingstoke Counselling Service, our counsellors practise within the framework for ethical and professional standards set by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. We are well known in the Basingstoke area, where we have been providing counselling since 1985.

We also provide a range of training courses from an Introduction to Counselling to full professional training. Whilst our full complement of courses provides a progressive training for those who wish to work professionally as counsellors, our entry-level courses are often accessed by individuals working in managerial or pastoral positions who want to develop their understanding of poor mental health and how this can impact the workplace. If you are interested in any of our training courses, please visit our Training pages. If you would like to discuss a bespoke training course for your staff, please contact us on the details below.

Find out more

To find out how Basingstoke Counselling Service can support your business and your employees, please contact us on: 
01256 843125 or info@basingstokecounselling.org.uk

* Source: Deloitte