The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire believes it is in the best interest of its employees and the university to provide a service which confidentially assists individuals in dealing with personal difficulties, which may affect on the job performance and success. Individuals are encouraged to voluntarily seek assistance. In addition, individuals may be referred by supervisors or administrators. An individual's participation in counseling is free, voluntary, confidential, and not part of his or her personnel records. This policy does not require or result in any special regulations, privileges or exceptions from the standard administrative practices applicable to job performance requirements.
You may also check out our list of EAP self-help links or Counseling Services Self-Help links for our self-help handouts such as alcohol and substance use, anger, anxiety, assertiveness, attention-deficit disorder, biofeedback, counseling, cults, cultural issues, depression, disabilities, dissociation, eating disorders, family and childhood issues, grief, impulse control, relationships, sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual orientation, sleep, stress, study skills, test taking, time management, traumatic events, wellness, writing, and others.