Areas of organization’s support

There are few levels of good support in organizations. The first step is self-observation and self-help. Employees who possess knowledge about different mental health phenomena are able to react faster, without leading themselves to the edge of suffering. The second step is the support you receive from the people from your environment. Being seen in a crisis and properly taken care of by your team and organization, speeds up the process of recovery. Finally, it is good to prepare managers to respond appropriately to the most challenging situations, have them prepare communicational pathways and a set of best practices.


Change begins with knowledge. We talk about mental health reliably and base our knowledge on scientific research - what is the norm and how can you help yourself by reacting appropriately to the first signals. We tell you how to react when the pain is unbearable and how to spot a crisis in your team. Raising awareness catalyses a lot of conversation about what people have in common and how similar they are to each other when it comes to responding to difficult situations.

Proposed topics


The aim of the workshops is to increase resilience on different levels of an organization. We provide managers with tools which may be used to respond to difficult situations. As for employees, we provide them with tools which may help them build their own psychological resilience.

Flagship topics


There are situations in which shock, emotions and the fact that organizations are not prepared to handle certain problems, require getting help from the experts.

Our consultive activities and intervention measures include providing help in a broad spectrum of psychologically difficult events – from depression diagnosis, personality disorder, psychoses and addiction, to risks to the health of employees, oncological diagnosis, bereavement, miscarriage or a tragic death of a staff member.

Our help strategy