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How can EAP help?

Some people have difficulty in contacting a counseling resource or deciding whether it may be beneficial.  EAP counselors often talk with people experiencing a range of personal, family, or work-related problems, including:

  • marital and relationship difficulties
  • family issues
  • emotional distress
  • alcohol and drug concerns
  • career issues, work conflicts, and stress
  • financial issues
  • legal situations

Your feelings about a situation can be used as a guide. If you are experiencing the following feelings more often than you would like, it may be helpful to talk about them with an EAP counselor:

  • distressed, upset, hurt
  • sad, depressed
  • helpless, confused, stuck
  • anxious, worried
  • over-stressed, fatigued
  • guilty, ashamed

Any situation that is of concern to you is appropriate to discuss with a counselor at EAP.