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dc.contributor.editorCsiernik, Rick
dc.date.accessioned2015-04-14T12:20:11Z
dc.date.available2015-04-14T12:20:11Z
dc.date.issued2005-06-02
dc.identifier.citationCsiernik, R. (2005). Wellness and work: Employee Assistance Programming in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.en_US
dc.identifier.isbn1-55130-276-4 ; 978-1-55130-276-8
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/4547
dc.descriptionAbstract and table of contents only available via the UMB Digital Archive.
dc.description.abstractEmployee Assistance Programming has evolved from a mechanism of social control to a major force for heatlh promotion. The field offers great potential for helping to build healthier communities of workers and families, in addition to helping individual workers who may see themselves, or be seen by others, as people with problems. Wellness and Work: Employee Assistance Programming in Canada provides a clear vision for employee assistance programming. The book is divided into five sections: (1) evolution, (2) structure, (3) practice, (4) case studies, and (5) creating wellness. In this historical, theoretical, and practice-oriented collection of original articles, both student and practitioner will trace the growth of this burgeoning field of practice. An informative and useful book for the practitioner and visionary alike, Wellness and Work will be an essential addition to the libraries of helping professionals and service delivery organizations.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsIntroduction 1. Wellness and the Workplace - Rick Csiernik Part I: Evolution 2. The Evolution of Occupational Assistance: From Social Control to Health Promotion - Rick Csiernik 3. Disability Management in the Canadian Context - Tony Fasulo and Sara Martel 4. Drug Testing in the Workplace: Issues, Answers, and the Canadian Perspective - Scott Macdonald Part II: Structure 5. Foundations for Program Development - Rick Csiernik 6. Governance: Best Practices in Policy Development - Rick Csiernik 7. What Are We Doing? The Nature and Structure of Canadian Employee Assistance Programming - Rick Csiernik 8. A Review of EAP Evaluation in Canada - Rick Csiernik Part III: Practice 9. Assessment in an EAP Environment - Frank MacAulay 10. Crisis Intervention in the EAP Context - Susan Alexander 11. Critical Incident Stress Management - Dermott Hurley, Sandy Ferreira, and Clare Pain 12. Brief Counselling in Employee Assistance - Wayne Skinner 13. Brief Treatment for Employees with Low-to-Moderate Alcohol Dependence: A Guided Self-Change Approach - Marilyn Herie 14. Intervention in the Workplace - Penny Lawson 15. Depression in the Workplace - Louise Hartley 16. Grief in the Workplace: A Practitioner's Perspective - Hilda Sabadash 17. The Impact of EAP-Based Mediation Services on Employees, Families, and the Workplace - David W. Adams Part IV: Case Studies 18. The Challenge of Rural EAP: The Iron Ore Company of Canada - Debbie Samson 19. A Combined Internal/External Model: The St. Joseph's Health Centre Employee Counselling Service - Rick Csiernik, Brenda Atkinson, Rick Cooper, Jan Devereux, and Mary Young Part V: Creating Wellness 20. Spirituality and Work - David W. Adams and Rick Csiernik 21. A First Nations' Perspective on Work, the Workplace, and Wellness - Kelly Brownbill 22. The Next Step: An Integrated Model of Occupational Assistance - Rick Csierniken_US
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dc.publisherCanadian Scholars Pressen_US
dc.subjectwellnessen_US
dc.subjectCanadaen_US
dc.subjectEAPen_US
dc.subject.lcshEmployee assistance programsen_US
dc.subject.lcshWork
dc.titleWellness and Work: Employee Assistance Programming in Canadaen_US
dc.typeBooken_US


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