The right support at the right time
Inspire’s Therapeutic and Wellbeing Services provide a range of wellbeing support, training and interventions that help organisations, employees and students to thrive.
We know that the needs of employees and students are as diverse and varied as those of the wider population. To ensure that we are supporting the range of preferences and individual circumstances in your organisation we use the Stepped Care model.
Stepped Care is a clinically proven model for delivering mental health and wellbeing support that focuses on ensuring the most appropriate and effective support is offered first, with people “stepping up” to more intensive support as required.
Our services include
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At Inspire we are uniquely placed to offer a full range of mental health and wellbeing support. The flexibility and clinical robustness of the stepped care approach means we can work with you to ensure the right combination of services and support that suits your needs.
“At a time when people’s mental health is so vulnerable, I sleep easier knowing that each and every one of our employees has access to professional counselling support 24 hours, 7 days a week.”
We believe in real,
Investing in employee wellbeing brings measurable, positive change to workplaces:
Positive change in wellbeing
Up to 70% significant and meaningful positive change in wellbeing.*
Fewer absent employees
Up to 19% reduction in hours lost because of absence due to personal problems.**
Up to 26% improvement on presenteeism.**
Improved life satisfaction
Up to 22% increase in life satisfaction.**
*Derived from CORE-NET based on upwards of 8,000 employees from across sectors who attended a minimum of 2 counselling sessions.
**Derived from the Workplace Outcome Suite (WOS) – the gold standard metric of workplace performance endorsed by EAPA – completed by the employee before and after counselling.
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Inspire was established in 1959 and is one of the largest providers of mental health, autism, intellectual disability and addiction services in Ireland.
With that comes years of knowledge, experience and expertise which we share in our blog, providing updates on the latest developments in mental health and wellbeing and on our innovative services and approaches.
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