6 January 2020 posted by Recovery Partners

An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a voluntary program that assists employees with personal problems and/or work-related problems that may impact their job performance, health, mental and emotional well-being. Most organisations will provide their employees with access to an employee assistance program.

EAP addresses a wide range of issues including, but not limited to;

  • Family and relationship problems
  • Psychological disorders
  • Workplace conflicts
  • Parenting problems
  • Financial issues
  • Trauma
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • Stress and depression
  • Victimization
  • Grief and loss

Accessing EAP

Should you be faced with any of the above issues, then you should consider participating in a EAP. The program is designed to offer employees assessment, counselling, referrals and follow-up services. EAP has helped lots of employees rescue their careers while improving their home and work lives. On completing the program, you will not only be able to handle problems better but you will also be able to stay positive and productive.

Today, employees are able to access EAP programs with ease. Most service providers are only a call away and are flexible with their schedules. At Recovery Partners, our psychologists are able to meet with clients on a short notice either in their offices or on-site at the place of work.

We pride ourselves in the quality of our services and maintain the confidentiality of our clients at all times.  Our program is designed with your professional performance and most importantly, health or well-being in mind.  

You can access our services from across the country. For more information on our services, click here. 

Alternatively, our consultants love to have a chat, so go ahead and give us a call on 1300 OHS RTW (647 789).

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Disclaimer – these articles are provided to supply general safety information to people responsible for OHS in their organisation. They are general in nature and do not substitute for legal and/or professional advice. We always suggest that organisations obtain information specific to their needs. Additional information can be found at www.workcover.nsw.au