“I found it hard to admit that maybe I did need to talk with someone. Once I contacted the EAP service I knew that I would get the help that I needed. They listened and understood. They arranged for me to work with a Counsellor who they knew was experienced and professional. I have to say it really helped. By the end of my sessions I had made some important changes. But contacting the EAP is one of the best decisions that I have ever made.” 

Everyone of us, at some time in our lives, will encounter a personal or work-related problem that impacts on our wellbeing.

In the majority of these situations we can deal with the problem through drawing on our own resources or with the support of our family, friends and colleagues.

But other times the nature of the problem is such that we can’t deal with it ourselves, or the people around us may be part of the problem.

Supporting employees who are experiencing a challenge in their personal, family or work life is a profound way of letting your people know that they matter. 

Presenting issues can include:

  • Anxiety
  • Relationships
  • Addiction – Drug, Alcohol, Gambling
  • Legal
  • Trauma / PTSD
  • Depression
  • Bereavement
  • Family Support
  • Illness
  • Delayed & Complex Grief
  • Stress
  • Work Issues
  • Debt
  • Covid19



Regardless of the size of your organisation, AHR’s model of Enhanced EAP is particularly suited to companies wishing to provide a meaningful way for your employees to connect to themselves, to a purpose, and to each other.

Enhanced EAP isn’t just about psychological health – it’s about psychologically healthy people at work. The individual and the workplace matters.

Enhanced EAP is a workplace system. It means that our team works with you and your organisation to help build a healthy, effective workplace.

People want to be at their best in life and in work. The question for any organisation is how do we remove the barriers – some personal, some organisational, to making that happen.

Want to find out more about our Enhanced EAP service?

Mental ill-health remains the largest category of work-place illness as reported by Occupational Health Physicians in Ireland (THOR, 2019).

Helping the organisation negotiate and manage that personal/professional boundary is an important aspect of our EAP support. With managerial recommendations or referrals we ensure that clear parameters are established right from the outset, with appropriate feedback being an integral part of the clinical process.

In addition, we support the HR, OH and EHS teams in dealing with key organisational processes that are impacting on individual wellbeing and performance, including:

  • Return-to-work post illness absence
  • Dealing with workplace accidents and critical incidents
  • Managing sensitive issues in the workplace
  • Bullying, harassment & sexual harassment
  • The impact of PTSD and Trauma on both the individual and the organisation.