5 Steps to Effective Care

A typical journey through Red Umbrella’s services.

5 Steps to Effective Care

A typical journey through Red Umbrella’s Services.

A Typical Red Umbrella Journey

Red Umbrella is a company that is pioneering to destigmatise and address mental health within the workplace. We do this through our unique, cost-effective solutions. Our all-encompassing concierge package is just what your business needs to reduce absenteeism whilst increasing employee satisfaction and engagement.

Watch our video for an insight into a typical Red Umbrella journey.

5 Steps to Effective Care

At Red Umbrella we follow the following steps to ensure you get effective care and rehabilitation. More information on our specific treatment options can be found below.


Through our training we empower employees by providing them with the tools to articulate their feelings, recognise their triggers, spot behavioral changes in others and address the stigma around mental health issues.


An assessment is needed to ensure the correct diagnosis. This needs to be done swiftly after the identification so issues do not escalate or manifest themselves, compounding the initial symptoms.


Mis-diagnosis is very costly to all. We ensure the correct diagnosis so the appropriate care plan can be put into place.


Immediate counselling sessions with one of our in-house therapists eliminate wait times and ensures contact with the correct specialist. We also ensure anonymity and minimal absenteeism. In 99% of cases we have dealt with, no absenteeism is required. Should residential treatment be required, the costs are at the discretion of the employee or employer, dependent on a review.


People often go back to work too quickly without the correct support. We hold the employee’s hand when reintegrating, suggesting appropriate work hours to HR and offering continued support when needed.

We are here to help, whatever the problem.

Depression, Bullying, Anxiety, Gambling, Fear of Job/career prospects, Alcohol Use Disorder (drink at work and post drinking hangovers), Eating disorders, Panic attacks, Bereavement, Substances (illegal and prescribed), Bipolar, OCD, PTSD, Seasonal Affective Disorder (also known as SAD), General Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder.