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Behavioral Health Partners (BHP)

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Professional and confidential guidance provided at no cost for employees and their immediate family members. The Employee Assistance Program will help assess issues, and provide short-term counseling and referral as needed with life events including:

  • Addictions
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Child and adolescent issues
  • Coping with chronic illness
  • Domestic violence
  • Eating disorders
  • Family, marriage, and other relationship issues
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Legal and financial problems
  • Stress-related illness
  • And more...

Behavioral Health Partners (BHP)

A unique mental health service offering confidential, short-term, evidence based treatment for stress, depression, and anxiety. Services include individual therapy, medication management, and consultation with primary care physicians.

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

BHP Team

Behavioral Health Partners (BHP) is a mental health resource for the University of Rochester eligible employees, retirees, and adult dependents enrolled in a University Health Care Plan. 

Our mission is to provide personalized and accessible mental health care to improve the overall health and well-being of UR employees and their families.

BHP services include a range of therapies for mental health concerns such as anxiety, stress, and depression. Our clinical team can provide psychotherapy, discuss the possible role of medications and prescribe as needed, or they can consult with your primary care physician about your medications. BHP clinicians tailor the length of treatment to the mental health concerns of the individual.

Latest from the BHP Blog

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

This time of year has different meanings for everyone and is generally a time to connect with family and friends to celebrate shared beliefs and values. However, holidays can also be a time of increased stress, financial struggles, unmet expectations and challenging family interactions. Most of us have a few skills to help alleviate holiday stress, but do you know when and how to use them? Check out Behavioral Health Partners’ November blog post for a list of skills you may want to use this holiday season.
Posted on 11/5/2018