EAP and COVID-19: Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) in the COVID-19 Era: Support for Substance Abuse
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Other TitlesEmployee Assistance Programs (EAP) in the COVID-19 Era: Support for Substance Abuse
AbstractVideo - Presenters: Tom Farley (brother of SNL comedian Chris Farley), David Marion (certified intervention professional and life recovery coach) and Mark Attridge, PhD, MA (research consultant in EAP). Joel Cycenas from Hazelden Betty Ford is our host. We discuss the increased need for professional support for people at-risk for substance abuse or relapse in the current highly stressful COVID-19 era. Family stories and real life case examples are described. The role of employee assistance programs (EAP) is emphasized for one way to get practical support. EAPs are available at no cost to employees and family members as a benefit from most employers. Q&A at the end. Webinar delivered live on May 12, 2020. One hour.
Table of ContentsIntroduction by Joel Cycenas. Speaker 1: Tom Farley (brother of SNL comedian Chris Farley). Speaker 2: David Marion (certified intervention professional and life recovery coach). Speaker 3: Mark Attridge, PhD, MA (research consultant in EAP).
DescriptionLive webinar with about 15 minutes for each speaker. Discussion and Q&A at end.
Slides of Mark Attridge's part of the presentation are also provided, as well as a list of resources.
CitationAttridge, M. (2020, May). Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) in COVID-19 Era: Support for Substance Abuse. Webinar for Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Panel: T. Farley, D. Marion, J. Cycenas.
SponsorsHazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Attridge Consulting.Inc.
Rights/TermsCopyright retained for each presenter.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Employee assistance programs