Letter written by Don Phillips to Charlie Williams - Recounting the HIstory of EAP & NIAAA
Other TitlesREACHING ALCOHOLIC OR OTHER DRUG ADDICTED EMPLOYEES -- 2003
AbstractLetter from Don Phillips, EAP occupational program consultant, to Charlie Williams which begins with: I decided to write a history of the EA field from my perspective. It includes a good bit of NIAAA history also. While this is really, really long with parts that you have no interest in, thought I'd send it to you. The basic question I was grappling with was -- Was the program shift from occupational alcoholism to employee assistance the right move? The secondary question was how successful are programs at reaching the most troubled employees. This ends with my conclusions to these questions. Don
DescriptionLetter from Don Phillips, an icon in the field of OAP – EAP, who recently passed away. It addresses his perceptions of the profession to Charlie Williams, a good friend/colleague who oversaw ASMSHA at the time (2003).
KeywordPhillips, Don A.
Williams, Charles, M.P.H.
occupational alcoholism programs
Employee assistance programs--History
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (U.S.)--History
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