Employee Assistance

Comprehensive Professional Support

Employee Assistance

Professional Supervision

Addressing Burn-Out before it happens

Professionals who work in personal contact with their clients experience more stress than their colleagues who are not in a face-to-face role. This applies for anyone whose clients are going through a time of crisis such as divorce, family separation or facing a criminal charge.

Counsellors receive supervision to deal with the vicarious trauma these interactions can create as a normal part of their working conditions and indeed are required to do so. Most other professionals do not.

After working as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and engaging closely with legal professionals, Sudeva decided to give attention to this area of work. Adima kept meeting burnt out colleagues and professionals from the Therapy and Healing business in her sessions. Most of them expressed how much they envied the kind of supervision, which Sudeva was required to receive as a psychotherapist and counsellor and believed a similar approach was needed in their profession.

There are many ways in which client trauma can impact on your work life. If it does, you will know what I mean!
Many Professionals are exposed to vicarious trauma. Maybe more than you might think. For example lawyers, architects and realestate agents. Moving house is a major source of stress and building a home even more so. Professionals in these businesses are thus exposed to the anxieties of their clients.

The intent of our support service is to address burn-out before it happens, which saves enormous amounts of time and money. We invite employers to make it available in the form of individual sessions and small workshops targeted to the needs of the organisation. If your work-place does not offer this service ask them to do so and in the mean-time contact us.

Trauma Informed Practice describes an attitude to working with clients and creating a client friendly environment that recognises the need for addressing certain stressful issues. It is most helpful to recognise and address the trauma to which clients have been exposed directly. When it is seen and acknowledged, a great deal of the stress is removed from the interaction between professional and client, which makes creative solution finding a lot easier for both.

Sudeva has brought trauma informed practice to counselling agencies in Australia (Albany, Mandurah). In embracing this approach they found that it leads to satisfying results for both their clients and their therapists and counsellors. We bring that experience to your business and look forward to our collaboration.


Employee Assistance

Sudeva is running the Employee Assistance Program.


Sudeva and Adima are both available for Supervision.

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