Are you struggling with your work performance due to personal issues?
Are you unhappy in your workplace?
Are you in need of a safe space to relinquish your thoughts?
Frequently Asked Questions
What is EAP?
Employee Assistance Program is a voluntary short-term counseling services provide to you at no cost. EAP services is a contract between your employer and Journey to Pathways for employees to have safe space to talk about job related and/or life stressors. All information is kept confidential in accordance to HIPPA, except when we are legally obligated to report. In the event your employer is the referring agency your employer can only inquire if you kept your appointment and no specific information would be given unless written consent was provided by you. For self-referrals, no employer contact is needed.
What happens with an EAP referral?
You are provided with an appointment that workings with both of our schedules. During our first meeting we will discuss the nature of your presenting problem(s) and collaborate in working together to address the problem(s). We will also review additional details related to the time allotted for us to work together as well as other options available to you once you have exhausted your benefits.
Does using EAP affect my job?
When utilizing EAP services it does not impact your employment, as this is voluntary.
The most common problems include:
- Problems with a supervisor or co-worker
- Depression or anxiety
- Grief and bereavement
- Family, marriage and other relationship issues
- Domestic violence
- Addictions (drug, alcohol, sexual, gambling, shopping, internet etc.)
- Eating disorders
- Child and adolescent issues
- Child-parent problems
- Stress related illness
- Coping with chronic illness
- Financial problems