EAP Corner

2015 is Here

It is difficult to believe another year has concluded and that 2015 has arrived. As this New Year rolls out, many people decide to make resolutions for personal, positive change.  For some it is to get organized, eat healthier, exercise, and/or lose weight.  For others, it is a sign of starting over or a fresh beginning.  Why not make this year about YOU and YOUR well-BEING.   Decide to take care of yourself, put yourself first and achieve a healthy, balanced whole life.

This is where your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help you.  Maybe you are feeling stressed at home or work, dealing with grief, or are having trouble with your child or your marriage and you need to talk to someone.  Or it could be that “Life Happens” and you need support.  Your EAP provides you with an opportunity to visit with a trained counselor to assist you deal with whatever is happening in your life and improve your health and well-being.

With your EAP service, you receive free and confidential sessions dedicated to helping you find solutions for issues that may include the following:

  • Depression, Stress, Anxiety
  • Grief Therapy
  • Spiritual Direction
  • Relationship/Marital/Parenting Issues
  • Anger Control
  • Co-Worker Interpersonal Relationship Issues
  • Addictions
  • Drug and Alcohol Evaluations/Treatment
  • Compulsive Disorders: Gambling/Internet
  • Financial Concerns
  • Weight/Obesity

Not only does your EAP provide traditional therapy, it also includes Holistic Services as well. And, as a bonus, you may also choose stress-reducing and energy-enhancing services.  These include:

  • Hypnotherapy for Smoking Cessation
  • Hypnotherapy for Weight-Loss
  • Neurobiofeedback (Brain Training)
  • Energy Enhancement System
  • Migun Massage Facility

When “Life Happens” and you need support, contact us anytime at our office, 308-382-5297 to schedule a free and confidential appointment with one of our professional counselors.  Let’s make 2015 the year about a healthier YOU and YOUR well-BEING


  • Provisional Licensed Mental Health Practitioner


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