The Lifespan Employee Assistance Program is a cost-free benefit offered to individuals and their families by their employer. It is a short-term, therapeutic service geared to providing an assessment and/or brief treatment to employees and their family members. Lifespan offers up to six (50 Minute) sessions. Some clients may resolve their issues during this brief time period, however, if necessary clients may continue to work with their current therapists for a fee or be referred out for additional services.
All of our Lifespan therapists have a Master’s Degree in psychology, social work or a related field. We also have Master’s level clinical interns providing direct service under the supervision of our licensed staff. We are committed to providing quality, professional, client-centered services. Therapists are available to address a variety of concerns including: Depression, Anxiety, Communication Issues, Stress, Relationship Issues, Family Issues, Work Related Issues, Substance Abuse/Addiction, Grief, Self Esteem, Anger Management and Trauma/Post Traumatic Stress
Individuals are referred to the Lifespan Program either voluntarily or mandated through Human Resources and/or a supervisor. In mandated referral situations, we require written permission to communicate the levels of cooperation and progress to the referring individual(s). Confidentiality guidelines apply to all clients served and your therapist will provide you with a document explaining all of those important facts.
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Companies commonly adopt Employee Assistance Programs in order to maintain a productive, effective and functional working environment. The primary goal of an EAP is to ensure the mental health of employees so that they can consistently contribute to the growth of the company. EAPs cover everything from mental illness, stress-related illness, substance abuse and addictions to family related stress, martial problems and general counseling issues. These types of programs have proven highly effective for the wider success of the businesses that utilize them and for the individual employees of those companies. The aim of an EAP is to reduce the amount of time employees take away from work and to ensure that when they return they do so with renewed strength and optimal mental health
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