RACP Support Program

Doctor supporting a colleagueThe RACP Support Program is a fully confidential and independent help line available 24 hours, seven days — free for Fellows and trainees.

The RACP places the utmost importance on the wellbeing of its members. It can be difficult to balance the pressures of the workplace, interactions with colleagues and personal relationships.

To assist you the RACP has partnered with Converge International. Any information you supply to Converge is completely confidential between you and your consultant.

The program provides members with access to confidential counselling, coaching and support for workplace and personal issues. You can arrange to speak directly with a consultant face-to-face, over the phone or via the internet.

The RACP Support Program is funded by RACP and is free to members up to four sessions per year.

About Converge International

Converge International is a wholly Australian owned company, one of the largest Employee Assistance Program, consulting and training providers in Australia and New Zealand. All Converge International consultants are qualified professionals with extensive experience in their specialty areas, with knowledge of the health industry, including registered psychologists and experienced social workers.

Confidentiality assured

Details of your participation, issues or attendance will not be passed onto the RACP or your employer.

Converge International will periodically provide RACP with de-identified statistical data that does not identify any individual information.

Need to talk?

Make an appointment or speak directly with a consultant by calling 1300 687 327 (Australia) or 0800 666 367 (New Zealand).

You can confidentially discuss issues like:

  • interpersonal conflict and tension
  • work-related stress and overload
  • changes in your work environment
  • bullying, harassment and grievances
  • discrimination and sexual harassment
  • relationship or family matters
  • personal and emotional stress
  • grief and bereavement
  • alcohol and drug related problems
  • mental health, including depression and anxiety
  • anger and violence
  • crisis intervention and trauma counselling
  • vicarious trauma
  • self-harm and suicide.
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