Employee Assistance Program
Preferred EAP helps restore peace-of-mind for employees and employers alike. From conflict resolution and crisis intervention to individual counseling, we give you the support you need to create an emotionally healthy and psychologically safe workplace.
What We Do:
Counsel individuals, couples, and groups overwhelmed by life’s challenges and demands.
Coach managers worried by unusual employee behavior or struggling with personal goal achievement.
Provide educational workshops on topics pertinent to your workforce.
Offer mindfulness courses to assist employees with stress management.
Consult with organizations to prepare for, respond to, and recover from critical events.
What Makes Us Different?
- Responsiveness and a full understanding of our role as a critical transition point on the path to improvement.
- A highly personal approach to counseling for individuals, couples, and groups that’s completely confidential.
- Training for managers that enables them to professionally handle concerns that might be affecting workplace performance.
- Comprehensive critical incident management that encompasses consultation, response planning, crisis counseling, debriefing, and follow-up.
- Immediate response to emergencies; we stay with you until the issue is resolved or referred to other appropriate providers.
- A history of having counseled more than 30,000 individuals, couples, and families from more than 70 partner organizations.
A Need for Assistance
We understand the pressures employers face. We partner with you, applying proven interventions and clinical expertise to meet the challenges associated with the human side of doing business.
- 51% of all employees accessing EAP report that their job performance has been affected by their personal problem.
- 12.3 hours per month is the average lost time due to “troubled employees.”
- 54% of lost hours are restored to productivity after EAP intervention.
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Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors
Tuesday, March 12, 2024
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Learn how to recognize substance abuse and the steps involved in the Reasonable Suspicion process, including assessment by a substance abuse professional, testing, treatment recommendations, and follow-up.
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