Safe Space™ Impact

Create a holistic work environment for you and your team. At Safe Space™, you can provide measurable, long-term results for your company.
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Our Impact

Your team has its own culture, and with the customisation at Safe Space™, you get a mental well-being program that’s right for you. Our quarterly impact measurement analysis and customer satisfaction ratings show how well our partners’ programs have run over the past years.

Your team could be our next success story!

93.7%

of our users agreed that Safe Space™ had a positive impact on their mental health.

Safe Space™ is a great online service for counselling. With mental health being more and more talked about, I think it is great that a platform like this exists for people to get help more conveniently. Safe Space has provided me an outlet to express myself and introspect without judgement, and has made me become more self-aware of my feelings and thoughts.”

The top 3 improvements to our users’
mental well-being were:

Better Self-Awareness

Better Understanding of Feelings

Reduced Anxiety

96.9%

Net Promoter Score

“Safe Space’s short wait time to speak with a therapist really helps with reducing the lag time between needing help and getting help. I’ve been recommending Safe Space to my friends too :)”

Benchmark Source: Qualtrics

75%

of users reported Safe Space™ having a better impact on their mental well-being as compared to other solutions.
“I really appreciated the services offered by Safe Space™. Other counselling spaces are often very expensive with inaccessible timings. The accessible timing on weeknights and weekends are also often subjected to surcharge. With severe anxiety issues, I prefer a regular therapy curriculum which means each session cannot be too costly.”

Our Impact on Corporate Clients

With over 60 corporate clients, Safe Space™’s custom EAP is helping global businesses create sustainable policies around mental health and wellness.

83+%

Employee Utilisation Rate

“After around 6 sessions with my therapist, I felt more self aware of my behavioural patterns and she has allowed me to express my thoughts and feelings in a very safe and non judgemental manner. The first (two) steps are always the hardest to overcome but you can only benefit from being open and honest with your counsellor.”

Benchmark Source: University of Maryland

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