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Welcome to eapdirect®  the DTC health and wellbeing portal that provides you with a broad range of information, tools and resources to support and assist you on your work, health and life journey.

The health and wellbeing portal is provided as part of your Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Your EAP provides support and coaching for you and family members for a wide range of issues. You can access support for personal or work-related issues by coming into one of our offices, or via email, Live Chat or telephone.

The information on the health and wellbeing portal changes regularly so each time you visit there will be new information and content available to you.

Featured articles

  • Depression – some basic facts

    Depression is a complex but common illness that affects 350 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation. A good idea is to
    familiarise yourself with the signs and symptoms of depression so that you can recognise if a friend, family member or indeed yourself may be in need of support due to depression.


  • Self Assessment – Healthy Body Weight

    Everyone's ideal body weight differs, because for adults, our ideal body weight is dependent on a number of variables, such as age, sex, height, state of health and so on. So it's important to know what for you is a healthy weight, and there are a number of ways of assessing this.


  • Dealing with Change

    Change, in all its forms, is a necessary and unavoidable part of life, and how we deal with change determines how challenging an experience it results in for us. We don't have to enter all change blindly  equipping ourselves with knowledge of the stages of change and learning how to deal with uncertainty give us an advantage.


  • Building a Healthy Relationship

    Developing meaningful relationships is a concern for all of us. Getting close to others, sharing our joys, sorrows, needs, wants, affections, and excitements
    is risky business. What is it that interferes with us getting close to each other? Often it is one or more of some common fears.


  • Safety Tips For The Elderly When Staying at Home

    Staying at home can have many advantages for those who are in good health and don't need constant care and assistance. Providing that the home is safe and secure, it allows the individual to maintain social contacts.


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Minimise financial stress at Christmas

Financial stress is widespread and growing and is a leading cause of stress in Australia. This year try some of the following tips to enjoy Christmas without the financial stress.