Workplace Behavioral Health and EAP Services: Best Practices and Future Trends
Peer ReviewedWork & Well-Being Conference of the American Psychological Association’s Center for Organizational Excellence
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AbstractOver 1,000 research-based works are now available globally that document the need for, and the benefits of, workplace sponsored mental health and addiction support services. This body of research is summarized into key findings that represent best practices for the delivery and management of effective workplace behavioral health services. Key findings of a recent industry profile of 82 employee assistance program (EAP) vendors are also discussed throughout the talk. In addition, several trends are identified that offer opportunities for greater effectiveness of these services.
Table of ContentsPart 1 = Knowledge Base; Part 2 = Best Practices and the Three Paths to Value; Part 3 = Future Trends
DescriptionSlides from a 90-minute conference presentation. Includes 90 slides.
CitationAttridge, M. (2013, September). Workplace behavioral health and EAP services: Best practices and future trends. Presented at the American Psychological Association’s Work & Well-Being Conference, San Francisco, CA.
workplace behavioral health
Employee assistance programs
Rate of return
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