EAP is dead.

Working with over 50 companies as our partners, big and small, one thing is clear.

Employee Assistance Programs are dying.

What started as a great opportunity to support employee wellbeing has degenerated into bland, reactive service with low utilisation numbers across the world.

The EAP model was built for last century and is ready for disruption by proactive, preventive and engaging approach to emotional well-being at work.

One of the best things about working in the mental health space today, is the opportunity to push what is possible.

We operate in a space where everyone is open and looking for new ideas. Clients are asking us questions and challenging us, co-creating new solutions for employee wellbeing.