What We Do

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EAP provides organizations access to seasoned clinicians. These mental health professionals specialize in assisting employees and their families in the resolution of issues, both personal and work-related.

Exceptional value-added services that your employees and workplace managers receive through EAP could include:

  • Face-to-face and telehealth¬†diagnostic assessments, counseling and therapy services
  • Access to training and workshops conducted by experts in their fields
  • Access to workplace health fairs customized to meet your needs
  • Legal consultations from licensed attorneys and financial consults from financial professionals
  • Critical Incident Responses, available if there is a traumatic event in the workplace
  • Utilization review and case management
  • Integrated EAP and work/life programming
  • Fitness for Duty and formal referrals
  • Manager Referral & Consultations
  • Conflict Mediation Services: online conflict assessment tools, available to leadership to help measure the cost of conflict to the organization. A certified Workplace Mediator is available to meet to discuss ways to constructively respond to conflict. A Workplace Mediator is also available to meet with employees when conflict is impacting their work performance.
  • Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) services
  • Educational Seminars

If you would like to learn more about our Employee Assistance Program, please contact Susan Weinstein, EAP Manager, at 609.688.3212 or sweinstein@princetonhcs.org.