Prevention and ongoing support for all of your employees

Burn-out, addictions, post-traumatic syndrome, anxiety disorders, depression, etc.

In the workplace, (even more so in the international workplace), having psychological difficulties is taboo. This is lived and perceived as a failure. Being an expat requires a high capacity of adaptation and inner strength in order to preserve a well-balanced state of being and high performance. This applies also to accompanying families who are an integral part of the elements which should be considered in order to enhance the success of projects.

We put in place a complete package which allows us:

  • To anticipate and manage psychological risks among colleagues and their families.
  • To foster well-being and a well-balanced expat life.

We offer access to our CARING© platform, for all personnel and their families.

They have access to:

  • Information, articles, regular dynamic web-conferences and/or interviews from our expert psychologists covering many topics such as quality of life in the workplace and international contexts.
  • Consultations by telephone or secure video link, taking appointments on our platform with its dedicated team of expert psychologists and coaches.

Our network covers 30 languages catering for different cultures and specialties. For each different client, we build up a team according to the specificities and languages required (managers, families, NGOs, international organisations or companies...)

Our clients have access to regular reports giving recommendations in a bespoke customer space.

To encourage uptake of the package by those in need, we have put dynamic communication actions in place.

Our wide knowledge of human issues and multicultural concerns on the international stage allows us to give support to international structures during long-lasting and profound cultural changes.

We have put this programme in place for an international organisation involving more than 2000 personnel with 32 different nationalities. We have given support with a dynamic local communication campaign in 5 countries. It was essential to enhance the culture of the organization around these topics to foster the uptake of the service by those in need. The results after one year’s use was better dialogue aimed at finding solutions, without stigmatization of those in difficulty. Fewer days lost from sick time has been noted. However, the number of persons consulting a psychologist or a coach was nevertheless less than 2% of the total population.

For another international organization with headquarters in Paris and offices in different locations; a psychologist with experience in quality of life in the workplace has intervened regularly in each location and the personnel also has access to video-consultations with a dedicated team. The presence of the psychologist on the spot has enabled him/her to participate in the internal team monitoring quality of life in the workplace and to give advice in sensitive situations.