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For Your Employees

Your employees can craft their own care...

We empower them…personalize their own care by digitally engaging in a choice of our CBT-influenced and researched based tools, self-help activities, exercises, workbooks, planners, meditations, and self-reflections. Get better outcomes in less time!

  • Lack of Awareness: Many employees, especially ENRICH Outsiders, simply don't know their company offers an EAP. When mental well-being support is bundled with your medical insurance plan, it can be unclear what help, especially immediate help, is available. This lack of awareness also creates a company culture where mental health discussions are secretive.

  • One-Size-Fits-All Care: Most EAPs offer a standardized model of care with nonspecific services. Employees who need counseling are often referred to a random therapist, regardless of their ENRICH (Ethnicity, Nationality, Race, Identity, Culture, or Heritage), irrespective of their need for ongoing, specialized help in a particular field of care. This one-size-fits-all approach alienates employees who want help but find the help wanting. Worst of all, the generic nature of the help leaves behind the most vulnerable people who need the most support.


  • Antiquated: Most EAP services are still accessed via telephone rather than the digital tools we offer - which most millennial and GenZ employees are more comfortable with. This antiquated approach is a massive deterrent to employees seeking immediacy and privacy. When your employee needs immediate support, they don't want to call a hotline or fill out pages and pages of paperwork before they can get assistance. 


  • Lack of Anonymity: As most ENRICH Outsiders are, skeptical employees will not go into a stranger's office and bare their souls. They are concerned about confidentiality. They fear using their EAP services will result in retribution, stigma, or judgment from their supervisors, resulting in adverse consequences. 


  • Limited Accessibility: EAPs may not be available to all employees, particularly those who work remotely or part-time. This can create a divide within your workforce, with some employees having more access to support.


  • Quality of Help: Good therapists don't like to work with EAPs because of their below-market-rate compensation, and the limited hours per client. EAPs, on average, offer a six-session maximum for employees, which is usually insufficient, frustrating to the therapist, and turns the employee against the therapeutic process.  Employees are usually left having to foot the bill if they want to continue therapy without interruption.


  • The Issue Might Seem Too Trivial: Most employees believe their EAPs are for folks dealing with a crisis, such as alcohol or substance abuse/addiction, or life-threatening depression. But most of your employees are not in crisis. They need help, advice, and coaching with - what they perceive to be - pedestrian or minor issues, such navigating their relationships (both personal and professional), dealing with their boss, controlling their anger, finding their life's purpose, avoiding self-sabotage, or dealing with unconscious bias, to name a few. We focus on these "non-critical," but very important issues your employees believe are too trivial to seek help for.  

We offer your employees:

  • Immediate help via downloadable exercises, activities, psychoeducation

  • Confidentiality

  • Curious questions answered

  • No pressure of a therapist 

  • Help that is not just for “crazy people”

  • Job performance help

  • Emotional & Social Intelligence development

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We are offering you an alternative to your traditional Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Although virtually all large companies have EAPs, only a small fraction (4%) of your staff uses EAP services. And that number is substantially lower for ENRICH (Ethnicity, Nationality, Race, Identity, Culture, Heritage) Outsiders due to their apprehension around job fit, corporate culture fit, personal values, and general marginalization at work. This challenge must be particularly frustrating, given that over 75% of employees reported experiencing mental health challenges within the past year. 


So if you have a 4% utilization rate, you must question your EAP's viability. We are your viable alternative! We provide a more affordable and apprehension-busting option. We know precisely why your staff is against using your EAP…there are several good reasons that your EAP is grossly underutilized:

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Explore Your Choices

In short, ENRICH's Employee Assistance Resources (EAR) provide the most comprehensive digital tools to lead your employees on a path to good mental health and wellness. 


Each digital product provides a different level of self-awareness about mental health and psychotherapy through psychoeducational information, CBT-influenced and researched based tools, self-help activities, exercises, workbooks, planners, meditations, and self-reflections. 


The quantity and variety of our digital products offer a personal journey to a positive and highly functional daily existence.


The four objectives are to provide your employees:

* Information - Education on mental health and the psychotherapy process.

** Realization - Awareness of a problem within the employee. 

*** Activation - Learning some specific tools to execute the learned information.

**** Transformation - This facilitates introspective thought and insight, thereby making the implementation of the information more meaningful, indelible, repeatable, and - over time - second nature. It moves them to seek, and go beyond therapy.


We have over 90 digital products, and are constantly adding and enhancing our library with new products monthly. Contact us if you're interested in providing these resources for your employees.

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