Employee Assistance Program
Each year, one out of five employees faces a significant problem that disrupts life at home and productivity at work.
That’s why it’s so important to have an EAP that provides the broadest possible menu of services to address those problems.
Wholeness Healing EAP offers traditional counseling along with adjunct holistic services which gives employees a menu of options as they work towards wholehearted living and balance. Our clinicians are committed to the mission of guiding and empowering employees to reach their fullest potential to be the best they can be.
At Wholeness Healing Center, we are dedicated to providing a space that will be nurturing, peaceful, and confidential while offering professional, emotional support to you as you make changes toward bettering your life. Through a collaborative effort, employees experience compassionate care while making changes that enhance their lives.
Each year 20% of your work force suffers from personal problems that inhibit productivity – theirs, yours, and all too often, that of their co-workers. It might be a child in trouble, an aging parent needing care, an unpaid debt, or a substance abuse problem. Whatever the source, the result is predictable: unplanned absences, work distractions and diminished productivity.
Stresses in daily life and work issues, as well as family and health struggles, can deplete an employee’s effectiveness. The ability to function and perform at a high level consistently is greatly aided by an Employee Assistance Program.
We can help.
Our program is successful because the results are beneficial for both the employee and your company. Wholeness Healing EAP focuses on the mental, emotional, health and well-BEING of employees, providing proven ways to adopt healthy behaviors.
Some of the most common personal issues within the workplace include the following:
- Depression and Stress
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Tobacco/Smoking Issues
- Financial Concerns
- Relationship/Marital/Parenting Issues
- Weight Issues/Obesity
- Grief Issues
- Family Problems
- Co-worker Communications
- Job-Related Problems