Many employers offer Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) to provide free and confidential counseling services for employees experiencing personal problems. Employee problems may be related to work, relationships, health concerns, substance abuse, or other issues.
Counselors use the sessions to evaluate your situation and to provide short-term counseling, helping you to better understand the issues underlying your problem and guiding you in techniques and solutions for managing the issue.
EAP counselors will then recommend follow-up services, which may include referral to a therapist or another professional and other resources or services. EAP counselors do not diagnose a health condition or provide long-term psychotherapy.
People often need help in different aspects of their lives. We can suggest ways to improve their current situation, identify solutions, and even get to know more about themselves.
» Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
» Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
» Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
» Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
» Parent Support and Training
» Physical & Sexual Abuse
» School Based Services
» Race-based Trauma
» Anger Management
» Physical Disabilities
» LGBTQ Supportive
» Trauma Therapy
» Adoption Issues
» Youth Support
» EAP Services
Our mental health programs include the support you need, along with the activities and amenities that you enjoy, all in one place. All of this is part of an effective plan that will help you recover and live a full life.
Children And Parents provides a range of affordable counseling and psychotherapy services to support our clients who are experiencing challenges in their relationships, work lives, and social environments.