Specialised SME business support


At Transitioning Well, small business is our business. That’s why we are committed to providing services designed specifically to support small and medium (SME) sized business and their people.

Specialised SME business support


At Transitioning Well, small business is our business. That’s why we are committed to providing services designed specifically to support small and medium (SME) sized business and their people.

Specialised Support Program (SSP)

Our Specialised Support Program (SSP) offers an innovative type of Employee Assistance Program (EAP) tailored to the needs of small and medium (SME) business.

As well as supporting team members (and their families), owners and leaders can also get confidential 1:1 assistance to support their mental health and wellbeing and that of their business.

The service is available between the hours of 8am – 6pm (AEST), Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.

No retainers required - just a small set-up investment and an ongoing fee for service approach to support you and your team when it's needed the most.

In addition to our Specialised Support Program (SSP) we are also proud to work with Government to deliver a range of free and innovative support to SME’s including:


Free one-on-one business coaching

Business leaders across NSW have access to free business coaching funded by the NSW Government and delivered by Transitioning Well. Our direct practical coaching services provides leaders of NSW-based private businesses with less than 200 staff or any not-for-profit organisations with one-on-one business coaching on any mental health topic that will help them promote, manage and support mental health in their workplace.

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Early Support Innovation Project

Targeting small business, our Wellbeing Support Service offers free mental health support to Victoria workers in retail with up to four free sessions from an experienced and qualified registered psychologist.

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Australian Perinatal Workplace Wellbeing Program (APWWP) 

One in five mothers and one in ten fathers experience perinatal depression and/or anxiety. The APWWP is a collaboration between Transitioning Well and the Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE). The aim of the program is to support and make a difference to the mental health and wellbeing of expect and new parents in Australian small businesses.

The program aims to help small businesses create a working environment that positively impacts the mental health and wellbeing of small business owners and employees in the perinatal period through a customised digital program of resources to guide employers and employees through the transition from working person to working parent. This program is funded by the Department of Health. 

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Find out more about how we support small and medium businesses and their people.