This service is intended for people who feel that their ability to find work and chances of being hired are affected by a situation that is difficult to solve by themselves. Numerous situations, such as losing your job, doubting your skills and abilities or feeling afraid and uncertain when entering the labour market, might make you feel like you need to be heard or offered professional support.
A psychologist as a neutral individual can assess your situation from an objective standpoint and help analyse the problems and questions you may have.
If you feel that you need psychological counselling, tell your Unemployment Insurance Fund adviser, who will introduce the service to you and direct you, if necessary. People registered as unemployed and job seekers who have received a redundancy notice can turn to psychological counselling.
People registered as unemployed and attending psychological counselling receive transport and accommodation allowance.
Employment services provided to people with reduced work ability are co-financed by the European Social Fund of the European Union on the basis of Directive No. 57 of the Minister of Social Protection and the Minister of Health and Labour of 27 March 2015 ‘Provision of Labour Market Services to the Target Group of Work Reforms’.