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Therapy Guide launches industry-first employer therapy programmes

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  • Specialist referral site Therapy Guide launches landmark employer therapy programmes.
  • Businesses can be ahead of the curve by offering subsidised or fully funded therapy as a benefit to employees.
  • Plans can be tailored to specific requirements & budgets.
  • Mental wellbeing at work hugely impacts the success of a business.
  • Services are totally anonymous. There’s strict confidentiality between employees and therapists, but HR teams will have access to anonymous engagement data.
  • Bespoke support sessions offered to overwhelmed HR departments.
  • Therapy Guide has been providing expert therapy for 10 years.


Therapy Guide (formerly UK Therapy Guide), the online therapy platform that connects users with expert and ethical therapists announces a new bespoke service – designed to boost employee wellbeing, support mental health, and improve business outcomes.

The one-of-a-kind programmes are entirely focused on mental health solutions and can be tailored to a wide range of requirements and budgets.

The launch comes as research from Deloitte shows every £1 spent by employers on mental health, they get £5 back in reduced absence, presenteeism and staff turnover. Poor mental health costs UK employers up to an estimated £45 billion a year, largely driven by employee presenteeism. 


Therapy Guide’s new B2B expansion provides three unique programmes:


Bespoke Shared cost Partnership
Totally flexible. Therapy Guide creates a programme unique to each business’s needs.

Includes: a personalised employee therapy approach,

 discounts, exclusive insights from in-house clinical advisors, and much more.

Best option for large employers.

The flagship programme – suitable for businesses of all sizes.

Both employers & employees invest in therapy, on a sliding scale.

Therapy Guide set up a payment scheme, where the contribution percentages are set by the employer e.g 50/50 split.

For employers who don’t have the means to invest financially, Therapy Guide provides access to newsletters, articles, and tips from experts.

Therapy Guide services are signposted to staff who may wish to make use of them. 


Floss Knight, CEO of Therapy Guide says:

“I’m thrilled to announce the launch of our B2B programmes. The last two years have been exceptionally difficult for lots of people. Mental health waiting lists are at an all-time high – the move towards remote working has blurred the boundaries between work and home, in many cases fuelling stress and burnout. 


“This launch solidifies some of our existing work with forward-thinking companies who want to support their employees’ mental health. Investing in someone’s wellbeing doesn’t just potentially change their life, it has a significant impact on a business’s bottom line.


“We are here to help anyone who needs it. Our mission is to break down the many barriers people face while trying to access therapy, from stigma to cost. We look forward to collaborating and supporting more brilliant businesses.”

Therapy Guide is passionate about reducing barriers to accessing expert mental health support, especially as so many people continue to suffer from the fallout of the pandemic. 

Its new shared cost therapy programme is the first of its kind in the industry – splitting the financial incentive to attend and benefit from therapy between both employee and employer – in an effort to boost morale, productivity, wellbeing, and motivation.


To find out more about the B2B programmes, please visit


For more information or interview requests, please email 




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