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We spot which employees need extra emotional support by asking them four questions through Slack
Anyone who’s struggling can access sessions with Spill's qualified therapists...
Everyone can Ask A Therapist a question or use our tools and exercises, at any time
Spill is a Slack app, so people don't need to go out of their way looking for support. No phone numbers, no directions buried in employee handbooks, no hurdles.
Install the Slack app, invite it to a channel, and everyone can use it immediately. To help make a splash, we'll throw in a free video launch talk.
Our counsellors and therapists are all BACP (or equivalent) accredited, and receive regular supervision to ensure high quality levels. We have a stringent five-stage hiring process to make sure that we only accept the best.
Speak to your therapist on the phone, over video chat or by messaging them. We get that different people have different communication styles, so you can talk to your therapist however you feel most comfortable.
Our bigger mission at Spill is to make teams happier and more harmonious. We offer content and tools to increase people's emotional intelligence.
From the initial questions we get a sense of how people are feeling so we can recommend the best Spill feature for them.
It didn’t feel like I was in therapy at all, it felt like I was talking to somebody I had known for years! It was so easy. This has genuinely been one of the most formative experiences of my life. So - for that - I will be forever grateful! I don’t think I’ll ever forget how much you’ve helped me.
Thank you Spill, you have helped me get out of my head :)
Spill has been exactly what I needed. I don't think I'd have the time to go see a counsellor in person twice a week while completing full-time studies and working part-time. The way Spill is designed has allowed me to explore my issues and reflect on some new insights. I feel like my therapist really cares about me and is always listening to what I have to say. I had a very tough time in my relationship recently and her advice on how to get through it was invaluable. I have nothing but good things to say about my experience with Spill!
First of all, thank you. I feel incredibly confident in my choice to use Spill. I thought it was a lofty company perk, but I really feel heard and that you're going to do your best to match me with someone who is also genuinely invested in supporting me! Really appreciate it!
It was fantastic, I loved Maz- she really took the time to get to know me and offered some great advice and support. I enjoyed that I could do the session remotely as it meant it could fit in with my schedule!
I have always wanted to try therapy for my anxiety. As I can normally control pretty well, and therapy is not very accessible I've never actually tried it. Spill made it super accessible during a time when I felt like my anxiety was starting to become unmanageable.
It's my birthday this week, but I have to say that, lurgy aside, I'm feeling better than I ever have about a lot of things, so I'm not too bothered about that day. I want to say thank you to Spill and my therapist for a lot of that. The difference it makes having someone to talk to, and the little nudges that you give me, is huge for what sounds like such a little thing.
I just wanted to drop Spill a note to tell you that I spoke to my therapist for the first time today, and it was so wonderful, I can't begin to describe how it made me feel (to be honest I nearly had a little happy cry), it made me feel that I wasn't alone and that I felt I had a safe place to speak and talk to someone. I am so excited to start my journey with Spill and thank you so much again to you and the team.
You are really having such a positive impact on my life I can’t put into words what it means to me.
I have been using Spill for the last few months (provided by my employer) and have been paired with Laura as my online counsellor. I just wanted to get in touch to say what a great service I think it is and I am glad I finally took the plunge and sent that first email. It did take me about 9 months to do that, but I wish I had done it sooner.
I think the biggest thing I’ve changed is that I notice a lot more now. I've realised that I don't reflect at all. And that means I miss things in my day that actually had a big impact on how I felt both positively or negatively. Like today for instance... my boss gave me that game for my son and I said thank you and I got on with work, didn't think much of it and found myself so busy that I didn't give it another thought. When actually, on reflection, it was such a lovely gesture. Although I thanked at the time I don't think I took the time to step back and really appreciate that that was one of the nicest points of my day and made me feel a lot happier.