Mumbai, November 9, 2023: Amaha, India’s leading mental health organisation, has been onboarded as the Employee Mental Well-Being partner for Grant Thornton Bharat (Firm), a leading professional services firm providing assurance, consulting, tax, risk, and digital and technology transformation services. This association aims to provide comprehensive employee well-being services to Grant Thornton Bharat’s personnel, aligned with their objective of providing exceptional care for the firm’s personnel, promoting positive cultural change, and prioritising mental health and well-being in the workplace.
Commenting on the association, Satya Jha, Chief Business Officer at Grant Thornton Bharat, said, “The firm’s proactive approach to creating a psychologically safe space for its personnel aligns perfectly with Amaha’s mission to help create emotionally healthy and resilient workplaces. Through this collaboration, we will be able to care for our employees by putting people first, and this would be a great testament to how the firm plans to lead by example when it comes to prioritising employee wellbeing.”
The programme will offer an integrated mental health ecosystem of services, including but not limited to mental health workshops, surveys, individual therapy and psychiatry interventions, stress management techniques, and access to an online mental health platform. The Amaha self-care app curates a highly personalised self-care journey for each employee, based on their needs, context and preferences that allows them to work on their mental health goals through a combination of action-oriented tasks, goals and a reflection on activity logs. Amaha will leverage the clinical expertise of their 140+ in-house therapists and psychiatrists and implement a 360-degree programmatic approach to deliver a tailored employee well-being programme for Grant Thornton Bharat.
“We are thrilled to work with Grant Thornton Bharat to drive positive change in the workplace,” said Dr Amit Malik, CEO of Amaha. “Our mission is to support individuals and families, feel better, get better and stay better. With our tailored, collaborative, and programmatic approach, we aim to support all firm members and their dependents to lead happy, healthy, and fulfilling personal and professional lives.”
The association between Amaha and Grant Thornton Bharat highlights the growing importance of mental health in employee wellbeing. It is also an affirmation that, especially post-COVID, more and more progressive organisations are providing emotional health support as a key employee benefit with the aim of prioritising the overall health and well-being of their members.