Supporting Your Best Asset

The way we work dramatically changed in 2020 and as a result the mental wellness of employees has become a heightened focus of attention for employers.

With sustained pressure on employees to successfully adapt to change triggered by the pandemic, employers that ensure their greatest assets – their people – are looked after are investing in meaningful employee wellbeing programmes.

The Centre for CBT Cork offers bespoke employee packages to Cork based businesses including

  • Leadership development for executives and management teams
  • Individual CBT to employees and their family members in our practice in Marlboro St. as well as virtually
  • Tailored workshops & Trainings

What we offer to businesses is tangible support to their employees to weather the storm through this ever-changing very critical moment in history. We want to work with businesses that take that seriously and move fast to offer meaningful support to their people.

We cover the full spectrum of mental well-being needs through both evidence-based professional support & with a local base so that in this new virtual often home based world your employees can meet a therapist in person in a safe setting if they choose.

At a time when waiting lists are building for psychological support, we will prioritise your business. We offer both virtual and face to face appointments 7 days a week including weekend & evening availability.

Our message to businesses is that your people are in safe hands with the Centre for CBT Cork.

Dr. James O’ Mahony & Anne-Marie Shepherd

Optimising Wellness

This is a new era ‘Employee Assistance’ type service robustly supporting workplace health, wellbeing and prosperity.

We specialise in mental wellness benefits strategy fit for you and your people and are uniquely placed to cover the full range of psychological wellness needs through evidence based interventions.

Our aim is to foster adaption and resilience in an uncertain era and where mental health issues have emerged or where existing difficulties have been exacerbated, to respond with psychological interventions proven to be effective.