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Are you returning to work after a long break? Maybe you feel insecure in a new working environment? It's a big change to swap sweatpants for work clothes. The longer the break, the harder it can feel to return. Starting in a new position or team can also make you nervous. Even if you are excited about the change, the adjustment can be challenging.
What's the matter?
Whatever the reason for an extended absence, returning to work can sometimes be a little daunting. It often means changing your rhythm of life, not to mention adjusting to new surroundings and new expectations. Even if you are returning to your old job, the nature of your work may have changed while you were away, or you may feel that you yourself have changed, so the unfamiliar is everywhere. The same sense of all-encompassing change can occur when you move to a new job or work community. You are facing a new normal and an unknown future.
How can Auntie help?
In conversations with an Auntie professional, you can reflect on work through the thoughts and feelings caused by changes in your work life. Together, you can identify your strengths and opportunities that can help you adapt to your new environment.
Do you believe your organisation could benefit from Auntie?
With the information you provide, we plan to get in touch with your organisation to discuss the advantages of Auntie and potential steps for implementation.
A little about Auntie
Auntie offers preventive mental wellbeing services that, for example, help employees find new perspectives and solutions to situations that cause stress or weaken motivation before they become overwhelming.
Employees can book confidential one-to-one sessions with a qualified mental wellbeing professional. They also get easy access to a wide range of online mental wellbeing exercises and other related materials.
Auntie mental wellbeing professionals are e.g., psychologists, psychotherapists and brief therapists.
qualified Auntie professionals