Providing services for work-related issues. We assist you with consultation and counseling services for issues that affect work production. We also provide crisis intervention in the workspace. It is a resource for employees and their significant other and can also increase the bottom line of your business.
Because EAPs include a limited number of sessions, therapists seeing clients through an EAP often focus on short-term, specific therapy goals. Theoretical orientations that lend themselves to shorter therapy lengths include:
Solution-Focused Therapy: This approach involves identifying an achievable, specific goal that is within the client’s control and can be achieved in a short amount of time.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: CBT involves identifying maladaptive or unrealistic thought patterns and changing our feelings and behaviors by addressing these thoughts. Treatment plans for CBT can be short-term where appropriate.
Strengths-Based Therapy: This type of therapy involves identifying the client’s already existing strengths and maximizing the impact of these strengths on the client’s life.
Short-term therapy approaches can be helpful for individuals dealing with life stress, adjustment disorders, or wanting support in developing self-care or coping skills.