Social support comes from the people we turn to in times of need. This support can enhance our quality of life and provide a buffer against stress.
Our social support occurs predominately in these four distinct areas
Offering advice, gathering, and sharing ideas or information.
Taking an active role to help someone cope with or manage a problem.
Our emotional support services assist your workforce in dealing with any psychological issues while at home or away for business, and for which short-term counselling is appropriate. The need to provide psychological support to your people is an integral part of our service.
(Self-esteem) is the degree to which one feels confident, valuable, and worthy of respect. It exists on a continuum from high to low. Where a person's self-esteem falls on this spectrum can influence one’s overall well-being.
People with high self-esteem often feel good about themselves and their progress through life. People with low self-esteem often feel shame and self-doubt. They often spend lots of time criticizing themselves. Low self-esteem is a symptom of several mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression.