About EAP - Meet the Staff
Dr. Polly Moutevelis-Burgess, Ed.D.,is a licensed clinical professional counselor, licensed marriage and family therapist and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP, the credential of professional achievement in Employee Assistance). In recognition for her work in the field, Dr. Moutevelis-Burgess has served on the National Employee Assistance Certification Commission, the governance body responsible for upholding the professional standards, policies and procedures concerning the CEAP credential. Along with administrative responsibilities, she provides individual, couple, and family counseling (short-term) as well as consultation services. She is available Monday through Thursday. Her areas of interest are depression, conflict resolution, parenting, couple issues, relationship issues, and trauma.
Mary D’Alessandro, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Alcohol Drug Counselor, has extensive experience in both mental health and substance abuse. She has also worked for many years in management and has familiarity with workplace issues. She is qualified to administer the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Special areas of interest include trauma, anxiety, relationship issues, working with adult children of alcoholics, and typology. She is interested in alternative modalities of treatment, e.g., art therapy and mindfulness.
Rosie Seaber, BA (Hons) is Employee Assistance Program’s Administrative Specialist. She is responsible for scheduling appointments and a wide variety of other office functions. She is often affectionately referred to as “The Hub” or “Houston,” because her office is EAP’s “Mission Control.” She enjoys interacting with EAP clients, and providing them with friendly and efficient service.