Athens Workers'/Employees’ Day Center

Psychological support services for workers/employees

Informational center for employers/businesses and general public

A special target of the Day Centre are the self-employed and employees of small and medium-sized enterprises, who are often faced with specific issues such as higher levels of insecurity and higher risk taking behaviours, loss of work-life balance and following high levels of conflict and finally, chronic stress due to the exhausting work, social isolation and economic pressures they experience.

Complementary to this, the users of the services and the general public, can learn of several social issues and their psychological expressions through the dedicated articles available at the website of THALPO:

The Center collaborates with the Panhellenic Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Vocational Reintegration – PEPSAEE in order to offer scientific experience, supervision and know-how for the organization and operation of the services of the Day Centre.

The Day Centre’s psychosocial care to the community embraces the principles of Community Psychiatry to provide integrated, sectorial, multidimensional and interconnected health services.

The purpose of the center is to provide hands-on and tangible psychological support services.

HR Managers, Team Leaders and Employers are advised to contact the center directly and follow an assessment of their needs as well as ways to direct their employees to the services.

Similarly, the employees themselves can make use of the services without prior involvement of their supervisors.

Complementary to this, THALPOS (the main operating organisation for the center) provides open informational articles on themes related to workplace with indicative thematics as follows:

and many others


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