Group Intervention/Support for Mental Health & Substance Dependency Issues, Major Life Transitions, Workplace Conflicts & Difficulties
In addition to individual counselling and treatment, Insight also offers group intervention, counselling, psycho-educational, and support sessions.
Group Intervention for Workplace Concerns, Conflicts, and Dysfunctions
Our team at Insight Psychological has supported many organizations that are experiencing concerns, conflicts, and dysfunctions among their employees/members. Key examples of difficulties that we have worked with include:
- Employees/Members expressing discontentment with how things are going at work and this discontentment is beginning to affect employee/member morale, engagement, performance, and/or retention.
- Employees/Members expressing concerns or filing complaints about bullying, harassment, discriminatory decisions or conducts at work, and/or lack of support for employees undergoing gender transition.
- Escalating and/or dysfunctional conflicts among specific employees/leaders or among groups of employees/leaders.
For cases such as these, we will work with the management team as well as impacted employees/members to identify and address the key roots of concerns. It should be noted, however, that positive change can only occur when there is genuine willingness and commitment by the organizational leaders to make the necessary corrective actions to impart change and for the impacted employees to buy in and participate in the corrective actions to impart change. Whenever possible, employees/members should be included in the decision making, development, and execution of corrective actions.
Group Counselling or Support Sessions for Mental Health and Substance Dependency Issues, Major Life Transitions, Grief and Loss
For employees/members experiencing difficulties related to specific mental health and substance dependency issues, adjustment to a major life change, or grief and loss, our therapists at Insight Psychological can facilitate group counselling or support sessions to allow employees/members to mutually support one another through their difficulties, build resiliency and learn coping skills as well as get additional professional support where needed. Areas more commonly covered in such a session include but not limited to the following:
- Specific mental health area (e.g. depression, anxiety, PTSD, etc.)
- Grief and loss (e.g. death of a spouse, child, or coworker, loss of employment, etc.)
- Major life changes and adjustment difficulties (e.g. being a new parent, marital breakup, etc.)
- Relationship difficulties