Working Therapies in the Workplace

At Working Therapies our main aim is to work with you to provide wellness in the workplace for you and your workforce.
We work to reduce stress and improve communication in organisations, promoting positivity and wellbeing by providing workshops, training and team building days that are specifically designed for you and your business.

How we help your workplace

How workplace stress affects you

Improving Communication

How we help your workplace

  • Reduce workforce stress through mindful workshops and team days specifically designed with your organisation in mind.
    Mindful Team Building Days, which include managing stress, relaxation, visualisation and gentle exercise of mind and body.
  • The use of relaxation and visualisation techniques, to improve performance and outcomes by providing workers with the skills to visualise, create and communicate desired outcomes, while recognising and understanding the steps required to meet tasks.
  • Using the power of language and suggestion, to facilitate problem solving, communicate purpose and create belief in the goals of the organisation, workers and clients.
  • Act as a bridge in opening channels of improved communication. To support in the understanding and application of the organisational message so it becomes the language and message of all workers.
  • Support in ensuring the organisational ethos, purpose and message is cohesive and understood at all levels, visible in practice, felt within practice and the ultimate focus of any intervention.
  • Supporting workers in understanding their individual roles, and how and where they fit in with the organisation, as an intrinsic and valuable piece of the mechanism.
  • Provide group and individual therapy where requested including, mindful techniques, EFT tapping (Psy-Tap), wellness coaching, relaxations sessions and clinical hypnotherapy where appropriate.
  • FLP (Future Life Progression) sessions for teams and individuals along with other alternative therapies, can help in seeing a way forward. An example being visualising the end of a specific task and looking at the steps required to get there.
  • Support in the preparation of Stress Management Risk Assessments where requested.

How workplace stress affects you

Stress can be helpful when it is part of a challenge that can motivate and give ambition. However, too much pressure can overload and impair an individual’s ability to make decisions, which can be made in haste or without consideration being given to the outcome. Workplace stress impacts on how we think, feel and act, so staff teams affected by stress will not work as well as they would if this was reduced.

Stress is defined by the HSE ‘as the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them’.

Employers have a legal obligation to ensure the health, safety and welfare of their employees. In doing so employers should carry out a risk assessment that looks at work related stress and actions taken to reduce and manage this. As an employer, you are also required by law to assess the risk of stress-related ill health arising from work activities and take action to control that risk.

We work with your risk assessment, ensuring you are meeting the objectives within it. In fact, by working with us, you are adding to your risk assessment, in terms of investment in the wellbeing of your workforce. Our services such as workshops can be identified within your risk assessment as an action towards reducing stress.

Care and thought given to employees is the first step in meeting their health, safety and overall wellness. An organisation that addresses stress before it takes hold by creating a workplace environment that is proactive in caring for people is less likely to suffer the negative impacts of stress.

Organisations themselves grow and change and like individuals can be affected by stress, both internally and externally. If organisational stress is not addressed can reach the point where the organisation itself is not able to function as it once did or meet its operating objectives. Isn’t it right that you should be proactive in addressing this before it affects you?

Improving Communication

Successful organisations have open and effective communication, where the workforce is able to cooperate and communicate thoughts and feelings. Workers at all levels understand and are able to communicate the ethos, values and beliefs of the organisation so that the message is heard both inside and outside of the workplace.

A team that can communicate openly, feel that they are informed of and fully understand the organisations vision will feel more secure and motivated and will be more productive. Informed staff teams will have better attitudes than those less informed. Workers that feel heard and thought of are more likely to remain and grow with the organisation. Not only that but the organisation will become a desired place to work and staff retention will improve.

When people are able to fully understand their role, feel listened to and supported through open and transparent communication, they are less likely to suffer from stress related issues. Good communication is a building block for any organisation.

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