When you arrive or prior to your first visit, you'll be asked to sign a Statement of Understanding, to fill out a pre-screen survey, and a client intake form. EAP offers telehealth services to eligible University employees. Telehealth is the delivery of assessment and care through video conferencing. If you take advantage of this service, you must sign our telehealth consent form.
These forms allow the counselor to gather important information and give you the time to focus on the issues most important to you.
EAP provides counseling for a variety of issues that can be handled within a brief time frame. While some issues brought to EAP can be addressed within a few sessions, other issues are more complicated or longstanding, and cannot be handled within the scope of EAP. If you have an issue that may take longer to address, it is important to start with a counselor who can continue working with you until the issue is resolved - rather than begin with one counselor and then begin again with a long-term therapy provider when your sessions end. If your issue cannot be handled within the EAP, your counselor will make recommendations for resources that can assist you.