Weaving

Mental

Wellness

Into

Workplace

Success

Weaving Mental

Wellness Into

Workplace

Success

Expert EAP Workplace Solutions

Our EAP Services have a range of programmes and resources designed to support organisations and  their teams and improve overall wellbeing and productivity.

We are experts in crafting workplace solutions that truly resonate with the needs of our clients.

Whether it’s delivering results-based workplace solutions for our clients, proactive wellness intiatives or traditional EAP solutions.  We have worked across diverse industries, from government to technology, education to the beauty.

Whether it’s navigating through organisational changes, addressing complex employee challenges, or providing immediate support in crisis situations, we’re the partner you want by your side.

Expert Eap Workplace Solutions

Expert EAP Workplace Solutions

Our EAP Services have a range of programmes and resources designed to support organisations and  their teams and improve overall wellbeing and productivity.

We are experts in crafting workplace solutions that truly resonate with the needs of our clients.

Whether it’s delivering results-based workplace solutions for our clients, proactive wellness intiatives or traditional EAP solutions.  We have worked across diverse industries, from government to technology, education to the beauty.

Whether it’s navigating through organisational changes, addressing complex employee challenges, or providing immediate support in crisis situations, we’re the partner you want by your side.

Expert Eap Workplace Solutions

Find a provider your team love.

In the dynamic landscape of today’s workplaces, the emotional and mental well-being of your team is not just a priority – it’s essential. This is where the relationship with your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider becomes crucial.

At MindMesh, we believe that this relationship should be more than just functional; it should be one that your team genuinely values and loves.

 

Click Here To Schedule A Call

Find a provider your team love.

In the dynamic landscape of today’s workplaces, the emotional and mental well-being of your team is not just a priority – it’s essential. This is where the relationship with your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider becomes crucial.

 

At MindMesh, we believe that this relationship should be more than just functional; it should be one that your team genuinely values and loves.

 

Click Here To Schedule A Call

It's Our Core Commitment: Proactive Psychological Support

Our approach is rooted in empowering individuals with early intervention strategies, ensuring timely and effective support.

Our practitioners are adept at identifying and addressing mental distress before it escalates, fostering a culture of resilience and well-being.

 At MindMesh, we understand that each individual and organization comes with its own set of unique challenges and needs. That’s why our team is composed exclusively of experts who specialize in specific areas of mental health and organisational design and productivity. 

Click Here To Schedule A Call

It's Our Core Commitment: Proactive Psychological Support

Our approach is rooted in empowering individuals with early intervention strategies, ensuring timely and effective support.

Our practitioners are adept at identifying and addressing mental distress before it escalates, fostering a culture of resilience and well-being.

 At MindMesh, we understand that each individual and organization comes with its own set of unique challenges and needs. That’s why our team is composed exclusively of experts who specialize in specific areas of mental health and organisational design and productivity. 

Click Here To Schedule A Call

Experience the MindMesh Difference – Where Your Team's Well-being is Our Passion.

EAP Support Sessions

Our EAP Support Sessions are the cornerstone of our program, offering a safe, confidential space for employees to address personal and professional challenges. These sessions, led by experienced counsellors, are tailored to provide effective, empathetic support, ensuring employees have the tools they need to navigate life’s complexities.

Management Support

Specifically designed for leaders and managers, our Management Assistance service focuses on enhancing leadership skills, managing team dynamics, and navigating workplace challenges. This service is crucial for fostering a positive, productive work environment and ensuring managers are equipped to support their teams effectively.

Learning and Development Services

Our Learning and Development Services are geared towards personal and professional growth. From workshops on stress management to training in effective communication, these services are designed to empower employees with new skills and knowledge, contributing to both their personal development and organizational success.

Professional Development Supervision

This service offers ongoing professional development and supervision, ensuring that employees not only grow in their roles but also align with the evolving needs of the organization. It’s a proactive approach to career growth, blending personal aspirations with organizational objectives.

Drug and Alcohol Counselling

Our Drug and Alcohol Counselling service provides confidential, compassionate support for employees struggling with substance abuse. Our expert counsellors offer guidance, recovery strategies, and ongoing support, helping individuals regain control and maintain a healthy, balanced life.

Counselling Sessions

Our Counselling Sessions offer a supportive environment for employees to discuss and work through personal or work-related issues. These sessions are key to maintaining mental and emotional well-being, ensuring employees feel heard, understood, and supported.

HR Consultancy Services

Our HR Consultancy Services provide expert guidance on various HR matters, from policy development to employee engagement strategies. We work closely with your HR team to enhance organizational practices, ensuring they are effective, compliant, and aligned with your company’s values.

Competency Design Management

Competency Design Management involves developing and implementing competency frameworks that align with your organization’s goals. This service ensures that your team has the right skills and knowledge to meet current and future challenges, driving organizational success.

Career Counselling Services

Our Career Counselling Services are dedicated to helping employees navigate their career paths. Whether it’s exploring new opportunities, overcoming challenges, or planning for future growth, our counsellors provide valuable insights and guidance.

Critical and Non-Critical Incident and Trauma Support

We offer specialized support for both critical and non-critical incidents, providing immediate assistance in times of crisis and ongoing support for trauma recovery. Our goal is to ensure that employees have the necessary support to recover and return to their roles effectively.

Other Services

In addition to our core services, we offer a range of other specialized support options to meet the diverse needs of your workforce. From financial counselling to family therapy, we’re here to provide comprehensive support for all aspects of your employees’ lives.

Support Options

Our Support Options are flexible and diverse, designed to cater to the unique needs of each employee and organization. From one-on-one sessions to group workshops, we offer a variety of formats to ensure that everyone has access to the support they need, when they need it.”

Each section is crafted to provide a clear, concise overview of the service, emphasizing its benefits and relevance to the overall well-being of the employees and the organization.

EAP Support Sessions

Our EAP Support Sessions are the cornerstone of our program, offering a safe, confidential space for employees to address personal and professional challenges. These sessions, led by experienced counsellors, are tailored to provide effective, empathetic support, ensuring employees have the tools they need to navigate life’s complexities.

Management Support

Specifically designed for leaders and managers, our Management Assistance service focuses on enhancing leadership skills, managing team dynamics, and navigating workplace challenges. This service is crucial for fostering a positive, productive work environment and ensuring managers are equipped to support their teams effectively.

Learning and Development Services

Our Learning and Development Services are geared towards personal and professional growth. From workshops on stress management to training in effective communication, these services are designed to empower employees with new skills and knowledge, contributing to both their personal development and organizational success.

Professional Development Supervision

This service offers ongoing professional development and supervision, ensuring that employees not only grow in their roles but also align with the evolving needs of the organization. It’s a proactive approach to career growth, blending personal aspirations with organizational objectives.

Drug and Alcohol Counselling

Our Drug and Alcohol Counselling service provides confidential, compassionate support for employees struggling with substance abuse. Our expert counsellors offer guidance, recovery strategies, and ongoing support, helping individuals regain control and maintain a healthy, balanced life.

Counselling Sessions

Our Counselling Sessions offer a supportive environment for employees to discuss and work through personal or work-related issues. These sessions are key to maintaining mental and emotional well-being, ensuring employees feel heard, understood, and supported.

HR Consultancy Services

Our HR Consultancy Services provide expert guidance on various HR matters, from policy development to employee engagement strategies. We work closely with your HR team to enhance organizational practices, ensuring they are effective, compliant, and aligned with your company’s values.

Competency Design Management

Competency Design Management involves developing and implementing competency frameworks that align with your organization’s goals. This service ensures that your team has the right skills and knowledge to meet current and future challenges, driving organizational success.

Career Counselling Services

Our Career Counselling Services are dedicated to helping employees navigate their career paths. Whether it’s exploring new opportunities, overcoming challenges, or planning for future growth, our counsellors provide valuable insights and guidance

Critical and Non-Critical Incident and Trauma Support

We offer specialized support for both critical and non-critical incidents, providing immediate assistance in times of crisis and ongoing support for trauma recovery. Our goal is to ensure that employees have the necessary support to recover and return to their roles effectively.

Other Services

In addition to our core services, we offer a range of other specialized support options to meet the diverse needs of your workforce. From financial counselling to family therapy, we’re here to provide comprehensive support for all aspects of your employees’ lives.

Support Options

Our Support Options are flexible and diverse, designed to cater to the unique needs of each employee and organization. From one-on-one sessions to group workshops, we offer a variety of formats to ensure that everyone has access to the support they need, when they need it.”

Each section is crafted to provide a clear, concise overview of the service, emphasizing its benefits and relevance to the overall well-being of the employees and the organization.

An Expert Team

This is one of the most important differences between the MindMesh team and other service providers. 

Our team are experts in specifics needs – there are no generalist counsellors with boiler plate advice. 

Because when you ask for help – it needs to be effective the first time. 

The Mindmesh Team
Anxiety

Generalised Anxiety disrupts your ability to live a full life, whether it’s a worry about an event, a situation, and sometimes it happens with no trigger at all.

Some people will experience physical symptoms like loss of concentration, sleeplessness, rapid heart beats, tiredness and even tinnitus.

Stress

Whenever our expectations do not align with reality, we experience stress. Our tolerance for stress is completely dependant on other factors in our life.  Sometimes stress is a great thing, keeping us alert and alive!

But over a sustained period the physical and mental impact of stress can have a huge impact on the quality of your life.

Stress can be a short-term issue or a long-term problem, depending on what changes in your life.

Regularly using stress management techniques can help you avoid most physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms of stress.

Imposter Syndrome

Do you feel like a fraud? You feel like everyone else smarter, brighter, better?

If you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone.

In fact, 70% of people feel this way at one time or another. It’s called imposter syndrome, and these feelings of inferiority can impact you at work, school, and home.

The good news is Imposter Syndrome is rarely justified and usually simple to resolve.

Burnout

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress.  It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a certain role in the first place.

Burnout reduces productivity and saps your energy, leaving you feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, cynical, and resentful. Eventually, you may feel like you have nothing more to give.

Loneliness

Loneliness is a painful feeling that comes from feeling disconnected from, or lacking, desired or important relationships or from not having relationships you would like to have. Even if you have lots of social contact you can still feel lonely in a relationship or in a crowd. 

Feeling lonely affects your overall wellbeing and your self-esteem. When you feel like this, you might withdraw even further from those family and friends who would make you feel less lonely.

This can become a cycle because, as you become more lonely, people around you might not reach out to you for meaningful connections. This can lead to chronic loneliness, which can put you at risk of poor mental and physical health.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is pain that lasts longer than 3 months. It is also called persistent pain or long-term pain. It is often described as pain that does not go away as expected after an injury or illness.

Chronic pain is often experienced as a cycle where your pain causes feelings of anxiety, low mood, fatigue and sleeplessness, which results in increased pain. The increased pain then causes you to have more low mood, tiredness and stress, so you can get caught in an endless cycle.

The good news is that means there are a number of ways we can approach managing chronic pain to get improved wellbeing.

PTSD

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident, a terrorist act, war/combat, or rape or who have been threatened with death, sexual violence or serious injury.

People suffering from PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that last long after the traumatic event has ended.

They may relive the event through flashbacks or nightmares; they may feel sadness, fear or anger; and they may feel detached or estranged from other people. People with PTSD may avoid situations or people that remind them of the traumatic event, and they may have strong negative reactions to something as ordinary as a loud noise or an accidental touch.

OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is widely known where we take on obsessions, compulsions, rituals and behaviours which often become chronic and long-lasting taking over our daily lives resulting in stealing our happiness and freedom. The symptoms of the OCD have usually come along to help us to feel better though in doing so it causes us stress due to the level of effort involved, therefore, rather than enhancing our life it prevents us living how we wish.

So, let’s think for a moment of the minds job which is to ‘Take us away from pain’. In this case the mind sees the OCD behaviour as less painful than something else. That something else more often than not is to have control of the external as we feel it is easier and less painful than controlling our own internal. The suppression of our internal manifests as OCD with us creating the obsessions, compulsions, rituals and behaviours which soon become the controller of us and we become overshadowed by OCD.

Frequently we may not or do not realise why the OCD is occurring or why it is present though your brilliant mind is in protection mode and has created the OCD as it thinks it is helping. We think if we can control the external we will be happy and feel so much better but once we realise there is no control except over our own thoughts, and once we control our thoughts and choose to make them positively in alignment with how we wish to live it literally transforms our reality.

THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE ISSUES WE DEAL WITH EVERY DAY

Depression

Depression can rob us of life’s joy.  

A person with depression experiences low moods and loses interest in activities and events that they previously enjoyed (anhedonia).

It can feel like prolonged periods of sadness or extreme sadness and affect your sleep, your job and your relationships. 

Relationship Issues

Relationships take work!

Whether you are having challenges in work or personal relationships, communication difficulties, setting boundaries, coping with stress challenges, financial pressures, difficulty balancing individual and couple expectations, divorce, separation and breaking up can all add up to become a huge stressors in your life. 

Whether big or small, we can learn how to deal with relationship problems through healthy communication, mutual respect, and compromise.

Post Natal Depression

It is completely normal to experience the ‘baby blues’ but post natal depression lasts longer and feels heavier. 

The symptoms of postnatal depression usually start within a first few months of the birth. You may not seem interested in your baby or in other members of your family, or you may find it difficult to do everyday tasks. 

Dads can also experience depression at this time, especially if their partner is depressed.

Procrastination

Procrastination is the habit of delaying an important task, usually by focusing on something less urgent, more enjoyable, and easier activities instead.

Procrastination can restrict your potential and undermine your career. We still do it, even though we know there could be negative consequences for our actions.

Some people think procrastination is just a label for laziness, but when it becomes a real handbrake to progress in your life procrastination needs to be stopped.

Loss of Purpose

If you feel like your life has no meaning and direction, you may be struggling with a lack of purpose.

Lack of purpose can affect all aspects of your life, and can cause you to ruminate on anxious thoughts that cause you distress.

Having a purpose in life is important for your mental wellbeing and can help you live a more fulfilled and content life.

A lack of purpose is one of the three main contributors that can lead to depression, so enlisting help with this area can be lifechanging… literally.

Weight Management

We all come in different shapes and sizes.

The basis of losing weight and keeping it off is to make healthy eating and lifestyle choices so the energy gained from our food and drink is balanced with the energy we use in daily activities.

Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight means healthy eatinglooking at how much physical activity you do, getting the right amount of sleep, and reducing stress.

Managing your weight contributes to good health and improves self-esteem but sometimes will power alone is not enough to start us on the journey to a healthier weight.

Grief

Grief is our natural response to loss.

It’s the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away.

Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming.

You may experience all kinds of difficult and unexpected emotions, from shock or anger to disbelief, guilt, and profound sadness.

The pain of grief can also disrupt your physical health, making it difficult to sleep, eat, or even think straight. These are normal reactions to loss—and the more significant the loss, the more intense your grief will be.

Looping Thoughts

Looping thoughts, harsh critical words stuck in your mind are incredibly common. Triggered by stress, depression or anxiety they can become really debilitating very quickly.

A habit of rumination can be dangerous to your mental health, as it can intensify feelings of depression and impair your ability to think and process emotions.

Recovery from Trauma

Trauma is different for everyone. Experiencing very stressful or traumatic events can leave you feeling distressed, afraid and helpless long after any threat or danger has passed.

We often carry our childhood trauma issues into adulthood, sometimes with massive consequences. But a sudden death, a crime or any kind of ‘incident’ in adult life can have the same impact. 

Resolving and healing from past trauma is one of the most liberating things we can do in life.  

Addictions

Often as we go through life we find ‘crutches’ to help us cope; whether it’s smoking, eating, drinking, drugs, sex or something else addiction is any time you are not able to stop yourself doing something. 

Addiction can take over your life and reduce your self-control. It  can impact our relationships, employment and our physical health. 

Self Sabotage

People thwart their own progress for a variety of reasons.

They may consciously or unconsciously commit acts of self-sabotage, but it’s usually because someone expects at some level to fail in whatever they are doing. When we expect to fail, then our mind subconsciously works to make it actually happen. 

The causes of self sabotage range from childhood issues to prior relationship effects, it can be linked to low self-esteem and not feeling worthy of the things you want in life. 

Self Esteem

Self Esteem is the opinion you have of yourself. When you have healthy self-esteem, you tend to think positively about yourself, and optimistically about life in general. 

But when you have low self-esteem, you tend to see yourself, the world, and your future more negatively and critically. You might feel anxious, sad, low, or unmotivated. 

You might talk to yourself harshly in your mind, telling yourself things like “You’re stupid”, “You’ll never manage this”, or “I don’t amount to anything”.

Your self-esteem affects how you live your life, but it is fragile. If you have low self-esteem, you might be always trying to please other people, or go ‘above and beyond’ at work or with your friends and family. 

ADHD

ADHD is defined as the most common neurodevelopmental disorder.

It’s a lot more than simply not being able to pay attention. It can make it difficult to manage your daily life, especially tasks that require organisation, planning and focus. ADHD can also affect your relationships with others. Sometimes people with ADHD also experience difficulties with alcohol, substance and drug abuse and ongoing emotional and lifestyle difficulties.

The good news is the challenges of ADHD are manageable. With education and support, you can find ways to turn challenges into strengths.

Phobias

A phobia is an anxiety disorder involving excessive and persistent fear of a situation activity or object.

Exposure to the source of the fear triggers an immediate anxiety response, which can be terrifying in some instances leading to panic attacks. This is a sudden, intense fear that lasts for several minutes. It happens when there is no real danger.

We can experience social phobias, of places and experiences, or we can have specific phobias, such as needles, spiders or dogs.

Typical symptoms of phobias can include nausea, trembling, rapid heartbeat, feelings of unreality, and being preoccupied with the fear object.

An Expert Team

This is one of the most important differences between the MindMesh team and other service providers. 

Our team are experts in specifics needs – there are no generalist counsellors with boiler plate advice.

Because when you ask for help – it needs to be effective the first time.

The Mindmesh Team

THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE ISSUES WE DEAL WITH EVERY DAY

Anxiety

Generalised Anxiety disrupts your ability to live a full life, whether it’s a worry about an event, a situation, and sometimes it happens with no trigger at all.

Some people will experience physical symptoms like loss of concentration, sleeplessness, rapid heart beats, tiredness and even tinnitus.

Stress

Whenever our expectations do not align with reality, we experience stress. Our tolerance for stress is completely dependant on other factors in our life.  Sometimes stress is a great thing, keeping us alert and alive!

But over a sustained period the physical and mental impact of stress can have a huge impact on the quality of your life.

Stress can be a short-term issue or a long-term problem, depending on what changes in your life.

Regularly using stress management techniques can help you avoid most physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms of stress.

Imposter Syndrome

Do you feel like a fraud? You feel like everyone else smarter, brighter, better?

If you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone.

In fact, 70% of people feel this way at one time or another. It’s called imposter syndrome, and these feelings of inferiority can impact you at work, school, and home.

The good news is Imposter Syndrome is rarely justified and usually simple to resolve.

Burnout

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress.  It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a certain role in the first place.

Burnout reduces productivity and saps your energy, leaving you feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, cynical, and resentful. Eventually, you may feel like you have nothing more to give.

Loneliness

Loneliness is a painful feeling that comes from feeling disconnected from, or lacking, desired or important relationships or from not having relationships you would like to have. Even if you have lots of social contact you can still feel lonely in a relationship or in a crowd. 

Feeling lonely affects your overall wellbeing and your self-esteem. When you feel like this, you might withdraw even further from those family and friends who would make you feel less lonely.

This can become a cycle because, as you become more lonely, people around you might not reach out to you for meaningful connections. This can lead to chronic loneliness, which can put you at risk of poor mental and physical health.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is pain that lasts longer than 3 months. It is also called persistent pain or long-term pain. It is often described as pain that does not go away as expected after an injury or illness.

Chronic pain is often experienced as a cycle where your pain causes feelings of anxiety, low mood, fatigue and sleeplessness, which results in increased pain. The increased pain then causes you to have more low mood, tiredness and stress, so you can get caught in an endless cycle.

The good news is that means there are a number of ways we can approach managing chronic pain to get improved wellbeing.

PTSD

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident, a terrorist act, war/combat, or rape or who have been threatened with death, sexual violence or serious injury.

People suffering from PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that last long after the traumatic event has ended.

They may relive the event through flashbacks or nightmares; they may feel sadness, fear or anger; and they may feel detached or estranged from other people. People with PTSD may avoid situations or people that remind them of the traumatic event, and they may have strong negative reactions to something as ordinary as a loud noise or an accidental touch.

OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is widely known where we take on obsessions, compulsions, rituals and behaviours which often become chronic and long-lasting taking over our daily lives resulting in stealing our happiness and freedom. The symptoms of the OCD have usually come along to help us to feel better though in doing so it causes us stress due to the level of effort involved, therefore, rather than enhancing our life it prevents us living how we wish.

So, let’s think for a moment of the minds job which is to ‘Take us away from pain’. In this case the mind sees the OCD behaviour as less painful than something else. That something else more often than not is to have control of the external as we feel it is easier and less painful than controlling our own internal. The suppression of our internal manifests as OCD with us creating the obsessions, compulsions, rituals and behaviours which soon become the controller of us and we become overshadowed by OCD.

Frequently we may not or do not realise why the OCD is occurring or why it is present though your brilliant mind is in protection mode and has created the OCD as it thinks it is helping. We think if we can control the external we will be happy and feel so much better but once we realise there is no control except over our own thoughts, and once we control our thoughts and choose to make them positively in alignment with how we wish to live it literally transforms our reality.

Depression

Depression can rob us of life’s joy.  

A person with depression experiences low moods and loses interest in activities and events that they previously enjoyed (anhedonia).

It can feel like prolonged periods of sadness or extreme sadness and affect your sleep, your job and your relationships. 

Relationship Issues

Relationships take work!

Whether you are having challenges in work or personal relationships, communication difficulties, setting boundaries, coping with stress challenges, financial pressures, difficulty balancing individual and couple expectations, divorce, separation and breaking up can all add up to become a huge stressors in your life. 

Whether big or small, we can learn how to deal with relationship problems through healthy communication, mutual respect, and compromise.

Post Natal Depression

It is completely normal to experience the ‘baby blues’ but post natal depression lasts longer and feels heavier.

The symptoms of postnatal depression usually start within a first few months of the birth. You may not seem interested in your baby or in other members of your family, or you may find it difficult to do everyday tasks. 

Dads can also experience depression at this time, especially if their partner is depressed.

Procrastination

Procrastination is the habit of delaying an important task, usually by focusing on something less urgent, more enjoyable, and easier activities instead.

Procrastination can restrict your potential and undermine your career. We still do it, even though we know there could be negative consequences for our actions.

Some people think procrastination is just a label for laziness, but when it becomes a real handbrake to progress in your life procrastination needs to be stopped.

Loss of Purpose

If you feel like your life has no meaning and direction, you may be struggling with a lack of purpose.

Lack of purpose can affect all aspects of your life, and can cause you to ruminate on anxious thoughts that cause you distress.

Having a purpose in life is important for your mental wellbeing and can help you live a more fulfilled and content life.

A lack of purpose is one of the three main contributors that can lead to depression, so enlisting help with this area can be lifechanging… literally.

Weight Management

We all come in different shapes and sizes.

The basis of losing weight and keeping it off is to make healthy eating and lifestyle choices so the energy gained from our food and drink is balanced with the energy we use in daily activities.

Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight means healthy eatinglooking at how much physical activity you do, getting the right amount of sleep, and reducing stress.

Managing your weight contributes to good health and improves self-esteem but sometimes will power alone is not enough to start us on the journey to a healthier weight.

Grief

Grief is our natural response to loss.

It’s the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away.

Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming.

You may experience all kinds of difficult and unexpected emotions, from shock or anger to disbelief, guilt, and profound sadness.

The pain of grief can also disrupt your physical health, making it difficult to sleep, eat, or even think straight. These are normal reactions to loss—and the more significant the loss, the more intense your grief will be.

Looping Thoughts

Looping thoughts, harsh critical words stuck in your mind are incredibly common. Triggered by stress, depression or anxiety they can become really debilitating very quickly.

A habit of rumination can be dangerous to your mental health, as it can intensify feelings of depression and impair your ability to think and process emotions.

Recovery from Trauma

Trauma is different for everyone. Experiencing very stressful or traumatic events can leave you feeling distressed, afraid and helpless long after any threat or danger has passed.

We often carry our childhood trauma issues into adulthood, sometimes with massive consequences. But a sudden death, a crime or any kind of ‘incident’ in adult life can have the same impact.

Resolving and healing from past trauma is one of the most liberating things we can do in life.

Addictions

Often as we go through life we find ‘crutches’ to help us cope; whether it’s smoking, eating, drinking, drugs, sex or something else addiction is any time you are not able to stop yourself doing something.

Addiction can take over your life and reduce your self-control. It  can impact our relationships, employment and our physical health.

Self Sabotage

People thwart their own progress for a variety of reasons.

They may consciously or unconsciously commit acts of self-sabotage, but it’s usually because someone expects at some level to fail in whatever they are doing. When we expect to fail, then our mind subconsciously works to make it actually happen.

The causes of self sabotage range from childhood issues to prior relationship effects, it can be linked to low self-esteem and not feeling worthy of the things you want in life.

Self Esteem

Self Esteem is the opinion you have of yourself. When you have healthy self-esteem, you tend to think positively about yourself, and optimistically about life in general.

But when you have low self-esteem, you tend to see yourself, the world, and your future more negatively and critically. You might feel anxious, sad, low, or unmotivated.

You might talk to yourself harshly in your mind, telling yourself things like “You’re stupid”, “You’ll never manage this”, or “I don’t amount to anything”.

Your self-esteem affects how you live your life, but it is fragile. If you have low self-esteem, you might be always trying to please other people, or go ‘above and beyond’ at work or with your friends and family.

ADHD

ADHD is defined as the most common neurodevelopmental disorder.

It’s a lot more than simply not being able to pay attention. It can make it difficult to manage your daily life, especially tasks that require organisation, planning and focus. ADHD can also affect your relationships with others. Sometimes people with ADHD also experience difficulties with alcohol, substance and drug abuse and ongoing emotional and lifestyle difficulties.

The good news is the challenges of ADHD are manageable. With education and support, you can find ways to turn challenges into strengths.

Phobias

A phobia is an anxiety disorder involving excessive and persistent fear of a situation activity or object.

Exposure to the source of the fear triggers an immediate anxiety response, which can be terrifying in some instances leading to panic attacks. This is a sudden, intense fear that lasts for several minutes. It happens when there is no real danger.

We can experience social phobias, of places and experiences, or we can have specific phobias, such as needles, spiders or dogs.

Typical symptoms of phobias can include nausea, trembling, rapid heartbeat, feelings of unreality, and being preoccupied with the fear object.

Customised Solutions which Create Rapid Results

 

Unlike other services where you might encounter generalist EAP counsellors offering one-size-fits-all advice, our team brings a depth of expertise in targeted areas.

 

This specialisation ensures that the support and guidance provided are not just general suggestions but are tailored, precise, and highly relevant to the specific issues at hand.

 

We recognise that when someone reaches out for help, particularly in a professional context, the effectiveness of that support is paramount.

 

It’s not just about providing a listening ear; it’s about delivering solutions that work from the very first interaction.

 

Our commitment at MindMesh is to offer assistance that is not only empathetic and understanding but also strategic and results-oriented.

 

This focus on specialized, effective support is what makes MindMesh a leader in the field. We don’t just address the surface-level symptoms; we get to the root of the issue with expertise and precision.

 

Whether it’s a personal challenge an employee is facing or an organizational issue that needs strategic intervention, our team is equipped with the knowledge and tools to provide effective, lasting solutions.

 

In essence, the MindMesh difference is about ensuring that every interaction is impactful, every piece of advice is tailored, and every solution is effective the first time.

 

This commitment to excellence and specificity in our approach is what makes us not just a service provider, but a partner in fostering healthier, more productive workplaces.

 

 

 

 

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Customised Solutions which Create Rapid Results

 

Unlike other services where you might encounter generalist EAP counsellors offering one-size-fits-all advice, our team brings a depth of expertise in targeted areas.

 

This specialisation ensures that the support and guidance provided are not just general suggestions but are tailored, precise, and highly relevant to the specific issues at hand.

 

We recognise that when someone reaches out for help, particularly in a professional context, the effectiveness of that support is paramount.

 

It’s not just about providing a listening ear; it’s about delivering solutions that work from the very first interaction.

 

Our commitment at MindMesh is to offer assistance that is not only empathetic and understanding but also strategic and results-oriented.

 

This focus on specialized, effective support is what makes MindMesh a leader in the field. We don’t just address the surface-level symptoms; we get to the root of the issue with expertise and precision.

 

Whether it’s a personal challenge an employee is facing or an organizational issue that needs strategic intervention, our team is equipped with the knowledge and tools to provide effective, lasting solutions.

 

In essence, the MindMesh difference is about ensuring that every interaction is impactful, every piece of advice is tailored, and every solution is effective the first time.

 

This commitment to excellence and specificity in our approach is what makes us not just a service provider, but a partner in fostering healthier, more productive workplaces.

 

 

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Empowering Workplaces:

Transforming Mental Health with MindMesh

In today’s fast-paced world, mental health is not just a personal issue; it’s a workplace imperative.

MindMesh is at the forefront of integrating mental well-being with enhanced workplace productivity. Our commitment?

To pave the way for a future where every employee thrives.

Mindmesh Solutions

Empowering Workplaces:

Transforming Mental Health with MindMesh

In today’s fast-paced world, mental health is not just a personal issue; it’s a workplace imperative.

MindMesh is at the forefront of integrating mental well-being with enhanced workplace productivity. Our commitment?

To pave the way for a future where every employee thrives.

HOW CAN MindMesh HELP YOUr organisation?

Building Trust And Comfort

Building Trust and Comfort:

 

The foundation of effective mental health support is trust. When your team loves working with their EAP provider, it creates a comfortable space for open communication.

This comfort level is vital for employees to feel safe in sharing their challenges and seeking the help they need.

Tailored Support That Resonates

Tailored Support That Resonates:

 

Every organisation is unique, and so are its people. A loved EAP provider understands this and offers personalised support that resonates with each individual.

At MindMesh, our approach is not one-size-fits-all; it’s bespoke, ensuring that every interaction is relevant, empathetic, and impactful.

Enhancing Engagement And Productivity

Enhancing Engagement and Productivity:

 

When employees have a positive relationship with their EAP provider, they are more likely to engage with the services offered.

This engagement leads to better mental health, which in turn boosts productivity, creativity, and overall job satisfaction.

Creating A Culture Of Well-Being

Creating a Culture of Well-Being:

 

Loving your EAP provider goes beyond individual interactions. It’s about creating a culture where mental health is openly discussed and prioritized.

This culture shift can transform the entire workplace, leading to reduced absenteeism, lower turnover rates, and a more positive work environment.

Long-Term Relationships For Long-Term Success

Long-Term Relationships for Long-Term Success:

 

A strong, positive relationship with your EAP provider isn’t just a short-term fix; it’s a long-term investment in the health and success of your organization.

At MindMesh, we’re committed to being a partner in this journey, growing and adapting with your team to meet evolving needs.

Mindmesh Solutions

At MindMesh, we’re not just another EAP provider; we’re a team that your employees will love working with.

Our commitment to trust, personalized care, and a culture of well-being sets us apart, making us a partner you and your team can rely on for support, growth, and success.

HOW CAN MindMesh HELP YOUr organisation?

Building Trust And Comfort

Building Trust and Comfort:

 

The foundation of effective mental health support is trust. When your team loves working with their EAP provider, it creates a comfortable space for open communication.

This comfort level is vital for employees to feel safe in sharing their challenges and seeking the help they need.

Tailored Support That Resonates

Tailored Support That Resonates:

 

Every organisation is unique, and so are its people. A loved EAP provider understands this and offers personalised support that resonates with each individual.

At MindMesh, our approach is not one-size-fits-all; it’s bespoke, ensuring that every interaction is relevant, empathetic, and impactful.

Enhancing Engagement And Productivity

Enhancing Engagement and Productivity:

 

When employees have a positive relationship with their EAP provider, they are more likely to engage with the services offered.

This engagement leads to better mental health, which in turn boosts productivity, creativity, and overall job satisfaction.

Creating A Culture Of Well-Being

Creating a Culture of Well-Being:

 

Loving your EAP provider goes beyond individual interactions. It’s about creating a culture where mental health is openly discussed and prioritized.

This culture shift can transform the entire workplace, leading to reduced absenteeism, lower turnover rates, and a more positive work environment.

Long-Term Relationships For Long-Term Success

Long-Term Relationships for Long-Term Success:

 

A strong, positive relationship with your EAP provider isn’t just a short-term fix; it’s a long-term investment in the health and success of your organization.

At MindMesh, we’re committed to being a partner in this journey, growing and adapting with your team to meet evolving needs.

Mindmesh Solutions

At MindMesh, we’re not just another EAP provider; we’re a team that your employees will love working with.

Our commitment to trust, personalized care, and a culture of well-being sets us apart, making us a partner you and your team can rely on for support, growth, and success.

EAP Support Sessions

Our EAP Support Sessions are the cornerstone of our program, offering a safe, confidential space for employees to address personal and professional challenges. These sessions, led by experienced counsellors, are tailored to provide effective, empathetic support, ensuring employees have the tools they need to navigate life’s complexities.

Management Support

Specifically designed for leaders and managers, our Management Assistance service focuses on enhancing leadership skills, managing team dynamics, and navigating workplace challenges. This service is crucial for fostering a positive, productive work environment and ensuring managers are equipped to support their teams effectively.

Learning and Development Services

Our Learning and Development Services are geared towards personal and professional growth. From workshops on stress management to training in effective communication, these services are designed to empower employees with new skills and knowledge, contributing to both their personal development and organizational success.

Professional Development Supervision

This service offers ongoing professional development and supervision, ensuring that employees not only grow in their roles but also align with the evolving needs of the organization. It’s a proactive approach to career growth, blending personal aspirations with organizational objectives.

Drug and Alcohol Counselling

Our Drug and Alcohol Counselling service provides confidential, compassionate support for employees struggling with substance abuse. Our expert counsellors offer guidance, recovery strategies, and ongoing support, helping individuals regain control and maintain a healthy, balanced life.

Counselling Sessions

Our Counselling Sessions offer a supportive environment for employees to discuss and work through personal or work-related issues. These sessions are key to maintaining mental and emotional well-being, ensuring employees feel heard, understood, and supported.

HR Consultancy Services

Our HR Consultancy Services provide expert guidance on various HR matters, from policy development to employee engagement strategies. We work closely with your HR team to enhance organizational practices, ensuring they are effective, compliant, and aligned with your company’s values.

Competency Design Management

Competency Design Management involves developing and implementing competency frameworks that align with your organization’s goals. This service ensures that your team has the right skills and knowledge to meet current and future challenges, driving organizational success.

Career Counselling Services

Our Career Counselling Services are dedicated to helping employees navigate their career paths. Whether it’s exploring new opportunities, overcoming challenges, or planning for future growth, our counsellors provide valuable insights and guidance

Critical and Non-Critical Incident and Trauma Support

We offer specialized support for both critical and non-critical incidents, providing immediate assistance in times of crisis and ongoing support for trauma recovery. Our goal is to ensure that employees have the necessary support to recover and return to their roles effectively.

Other Services

In addition to our core services, we offer a range of other specialized support options to meet the diverse needs of your workforce. From financial counselling to family therapy, we’re here to provide comprehensive support for all aspects of your employees’ lives.

Support Options

Our Support Options are flexible and diverse, designed to cater to the unique needs of each employee and organization. From one-on-one sessions to group workshops, we offer a variety of formats to ensure that everyone has access to the support they need, when they need it.”

Each section is crafted to provide a clear, concise overview of the service, emphasizing its benefits and relevance to the overall well-being of the employees and the organization.

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