EAP 'bread and butter' in short supply

Pickup, Denise
December 2013
Therapy Today;Dec2013, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p22
The author discusses providing counselling and psychotherapy under the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). She urges counsellors in private practice to consider the implications of price reductions on of EAP services. She also discussed an EAP package consisting of legal advice and telephone support, the benefits of properly managed counselling to employees and liability of employers in exposing their employees to improperly accredited counselling.


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