Case Studies

Our Work: Supporting Your People

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For over 30 years, with great success, we have helped many companies implement EAP and specialist services to help improve the wellbeing of their people.

But don’t just take our word for it, read some of our case studies to find out how our services have helped these organisations.

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University College London

University College London (UCL) is London’s leading multidisciplinary university, employing more than 13,000 people and working with 38,000 students in 150 different countries. UCL has worked with CiC, experts in employee wellbeing, for the last seven years to deliver an external mediation programme that aims to proactively manage conflict within the workplace.

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Foreign and Commonwealth Office

The Consular Directorate of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) assists British people living, travelling and working around the world.
Consular staff at their embassies, high commissions and consulates, and in the FCO in London, provide assistance to people who have been victims of crime, hospitalised, arrested, bereaved. Staff are routinely faced with distressing situations and are often exposed to poor conditions in hospitals, prisons etc.

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Global News Agency

Journalism is a high-stress profession. Whether you are embedded on the front-line of an armed conflict or breaking out snaps on today's foreign exchange movements, the deadlines are tight and the competition is never far behind. Most professionals working for global news agencies thrive on the pressure and enjoy productive and fulfilling careers. But constant exposure to extreme human distress, the relentless demands of financial reporting or even just the daily challenge of working in a commercially aggressive environment can have a strong impact on emotional wellbeing. As pressure turns into stress, the capacity to cope can become eroded. If this stress becomes acute, there is a real danger of burnout. At the extreme end of the spectrum, psychological trauma can have a devastating effect on both work and private life.

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