Onsite Psychology Services

Axis occupational health psychologists support team members & leaders at any stage of the mental health continuum to increase the capability of your organisation.

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Our team of occupational psychologists are located all over Australia. Get in touch with us and we’ll get your business reaching its full potential with our onsite psychological professional services.

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Proactive care for a psychologically healthy workforce. Axis onsite psychology provides a collaborative & supportive environment to improve workplace mental health and the overall business environment.

Our onsite psychology service includes early intervention counselling, education & preventative psychological services. Axis onsite psychology services eliminate barriers that may prevent workers seeking assistance and enable support and treatment of mental health symptoms when they do occur by our workplace psychologists.

The onsite early intervention psychology program, delivered by occupational psychologists, is a service focused on providing individual, private and confidential employee counselling support to assist with a range of mental health issues and challenges they may be facing in their personal & professional lives. Workplace psychology services also aim to provide workplace counselling & mental health coaching – teaching practical strategies to help promote improved health and lifestyle choices and to help foster strong, respectful relationships.

Integrating Workplace Mental Health Expertise into Your Daily Operations

Your employees’ mental health is just as integral to their productivity and well-being as physical health, so we want to help prevent psychological issues from occurring in the workplace. Part of our onsite psychology approach is to provide accessibility to workplace psychologists who assess psychosocial hazards, facilitate a collaborative and supportive early intervention counselling environment, educate and destigmatise workplace mental health, and improve overall workplace culture.

Accessible, Confidential Support for your Employees

Our onsite psychology teams employ a continuity of care by a clinical familiar with the workplace context, providing a well-rounded solution to employee mental health and well-being. Axis are trusted workplace psychologists who will work towards eliminating barriers for employees that may prevent them from accessing community services.

Maximise Your Business’s Potential

Having a fully qualified psychologist onsite creates an added element of safety, support and comfort among all staff. By creating a supportive environment, employees are freer to perform to the best of their abilities, enhancing your business’s productivity and culture. With Axis onsite psychology services, there are many benefits you can expect, the most important of all being improved employee wellbeing.

Mental Fitness Skills Training

Dealing with change & uncertainty | Managing stress | Managing Anxiety
Managing Depression | Resilience Building | Performance Enhancement
Motivation & concentration | Sports Performance | Fatigue Management
Grief and Loss Counselling | Dealing with Life Transitions

Health Counselling

Supporting personal growth and development | Health & Behaviour Change
Relaxation Training & Mindfulness | Time management | Goal setting
Sleep Hygiene | Rehabilitation/Adjustment to Injury | Pain Management
Health-related Problems | Self-esteem Training


Building strong relationships at work & at home | Having difficult conversations | Assertive communication training | Anger Management

“The Axis workplace psychologist has been excellent with a particularly difficult case, and he has maintained his objectivity, gently challenging the client towards a better outcome”.

Case Manager | Government department

Axis in the workplace

Axis aims to work as an extension of your business and team, allowing us to align with your business goals and values. We provide tailored care solutions to keep your team moving, focused, on track, and improve recovery times.

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Our team of workplace psychologists are located all over Australia, get in touch with us using the form below and we’ll get you or your business reaching your full potential.

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Onsite Psychology FAQs

Are the sessions confidential?

Employees at every level have the right to confidentiality with any workplace psychologist, and there is no difference in this setting. Unless there are exceptional circumstances, staff managers will not be aware employees are utilising our service.

Aren’t psychologists only for ‘crazy’ people?

The simple answer is no. Workplace psychologists work with people who have a wide range of psychological functioning. From optimising the performance of elite athletes to treating mental health disorders. Psychologists are specialists in emotions, thinking and human behaviour. Any time there is a gap between where you are and where you would like to be in life, a psychologist is likely to be able to assist.

Why would I see a psychologist in the workplace?

The benefit of seeing an onsite or workplace psychologist is that you don’t require a referral and you can see a psychologist for any reason. The most likely reasons within a workplace setting would be difficulty sleeping, feeling overwhelmed by work or life, interpersonal stress, or assistance managing mood symptoms (e.g. anxiety, depression or stress).

Have more of your Onsite Psychology questions answered via our Onsite Psychology FAQ’s