A review of how an individual can maintain their wellbeing during employment.
This consultation explores how an individual will best maintain their psychosocial wellbeing during deployment.
It is a thorough review and is particularly helpful for those going to high risk environments, going on extended assignments, or making major career changes. The organisation receives a report with an opinion as to the status of the candidate’s psychosocial wellbeing and their ability to cope with the assignment as described. This is followed with recommendations for the individual and the organisation, and a detailed review of key psychosocial wellbeing domains including: relationships and boundaries, resilience, change and adaptability, conflict style, health and wellbeing, and any current concerns that may have an impact on the candidate’s psychosocial health.
“We highly recommend Thrive Worldwide and their psychological health services, which we have used in support of selection of new staff and in maintaining support for serving mission staff. We have found Thrive clinicians to be experienced in field settings, and they conduct sessions with care and an unhurried approach. Their reports help us clarify support needs and assess the suitability of candidates for service with MAF. We appreciate their focus on ‘thriving’ and would say we see this intention is demonstrated in their approach in working with us in the UK as well as our staff serving abroad.” — Mission Aviation Fellowship
“Invaluable insights that named what we were concerned about.” – Anonymous
“Clear reports that confirmed our difficult decisions”. – Anonymous