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How Organizational Counseling Benefits Psychology in the Workplace

A significant amount of our lives are spent working, so making that time beneficial for both employees and employers is vital for a cohesive workplace environment. Thankfully, organizational counseling offers a wide range of psychological benefits for the workplace.

Benefits of Organizational Counseling

When a company enlists workplace counseling, they aim to improve the quality of life for everyone in the company by aligning the company’s interests with the needs of the people that keep it running: employees. This process will ultimately increase production, efficiency, and higher quality work.

Besides helping to motivate the workforce, organizational counseling also helps cultivate vital teamwork, boosts employee satisfaction, improves work-life balance, and can decrease the risk of stress-related burnout. The result will bring a more cohesive existence which helps boost productivity and morale.

  • Employee Satisfaction 

When an organizational therapist studies employees’ attitudes and behaviors, they can help gauge their satisfaction levels and make suggestions to help improve the employees’ well-being and happiness at work. This process will then boost productivity levels overall.

  • Work-Life Balance

If the employee feels stressed or unhappy during organizational counseling, incorporating a work-life balance program can go a long way in improving their experience. This program is designed to decrease stress and help employees feel more empowered to do a better job and be more productive.

A successful work-life balance will also decrease turnover rates and burnout while increasing motivation and commitment.

  • Decreased Job Stress

During organizational counseling, the focus will be geared toward how employees function and how the business operates. This process ranges from the employees up to the management level. By doing this, the counselor can provide helpful suggestions on managerial practices, the company’s organization, and other potential issues that may be creating job stress.

How Organizational Counseling WorksYoung woman smiling looking happy at work

The main goal of organizational counseling is to promote positive workplace mental health. This process is imperative not just to the employees but also to the companies themselves. By making the working team more efficient and satisfied, the company flourishes, and there are a few ways that this type of counseling works.

When the organizational counselor begins, they observe, interview, and do extensive research with the primary goal of improving the workplace dynamic. The counselor then makes an action plan directly with the different departments.

  • Human Resources – When it comes to employee morale, the human resource department is at the top of the list. This company sector works with the organizational counselor to help create programs that both train and celebrate the employees, so they feel that they are being listened to and respected.
  • Employees – The organizational counselor will interact directly with each employee to help develop the best possible training. Employees will attain motivational benefits and perks to encourage a higher quality of work resulting in satisfaction for both the employee and the organization. 
  • Companies’ Organizational Charts – One of the often missed issues in companies is their lack of organizational chart structure. The organizational counselor can research how the employees work independently and with others to create a more in-depth chart that reflects the processes and dynamics within the workforce.
  • Customers – The organizational counselor uses their knowledge of consumer behavior to deliver expert advice on understanding and conducting market research. This process includes bringing the company’s attention to the customer’s buying patterns and thought processes.   

An organizational therapist brings the company and the employees together, creating a more vigorous and productive unit. There is, however, another branch of psychology known as industrial organizational psychology.

Industrial-Organizational Psychology Vs. Organizational Psychology

Understanding the workplace using industrial organizational psychology is essential for employees and the companies themselves. Industrial-organizational psychology is a branch of psychology that studies how human behavior with psychology can affect work and how they are affected by work. 

This form of psychology focuses on hiring, training, development, and assessing employee performance. Examples include workplace health and safety, employee motivation, and training and development. In comparison, organizational psychology focuses mainly on teamwork, inspiration, and leadership.

Overall, the workplace can genuinely flourish through organizational counseling, so finding the best possible service is essential. 

Organizational Therapy in Miami, Florida

Organizational Counseling for Motivation
Organizational Counseling for Motivation

At Miami Hypnosis and Therapy, we offer various mental health services, including organizational counseling. As the principal practitioner, our highly-trained staff is run by Anna Marchenko, LMHC, M.A., Ed.M. Anna completed her undergraduate degree at NYU and also holds dual Masters degrees from Columbia University.

We utilize a variety of treatment plans that are tailor-made to each individual because every person has unique needs. Our compassionate team can help you and/or your workplace teams navigate roadblocks that may be hindering work performance and create a more beneficial work-life balance.

Contact us and start implementing positive change for transforming your company and your employees today! 

Anna Marchenko

Anna Marchenko, LMHC, M.A., Ed.M. is the principal therapist at Miami Hypnosis and Therapy. She holds a bachelor's degree from NYU and dual masters degrees from Columbia University. Marchenko’s hypnosis certification is from the only hypnosis program in Florida that has been certified by the state’s Board of Education. She helps her clients by utilizing an integrative approach to psychotherapy, tailored to each individual’s mental health journey, drawing from hypnotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, NLP therapy, EMDR, and more.

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