Do any of these apply to you or a family member?
- Family problems
- Work-related stresses
- Marital or relationship issues
- Stress, depression, or anxiety
- Alcohol or drug use
- Chronic illness
- Addictive behaviors
- Career concerns
- Financial worries
- Conflicts with colleagues
- Divorce, separation
- Life transitions
- Abusive relationships
- Grief and bereavement
- Personal legal concerns
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a diagnostic, consultation, and referral service for employees experiencing personal, relationship or work-related difficulties. The program provides an experienced clinician to help guide you to solutions.
Consultations are strictly confidential consistent with applicable laws pertaining to mental health professionals. No one in the institution will be informed of your contacts with these carefully selected specialists.
All employees and their significant others, including spouses, partners, dependents and children living at home.
The initial sessions and follow-up contacts are provided at no cost. In the event that continued treatment is recommended, these services may be covered under health insurance plans subject to applicable deductions and co-payments.
For information, consultation, referrals or to schedule an appointment, call 713-745-6901, Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you must cancel an appointment, give sufficient notice.
If this is urgent, leave appropriate information so that you will be contacted as soon as possible.
The Employee Assistance Program offers:
- Assessment of personal/work related stresses
- Help with immediate circumstances
- Referrals to treatment or support resources
- Personal legal assistance
Mark Berg, LPC-S, CEAP, SAP, C-DAPA-A
Kendra Lee Martin, LPC-S, SAP
Evangelina Hammonds, LCSW
Jose David, LPC, LMFT, CEAP
Sr. EAP Specialist
Justin Henderson, LPC-S, Ph.D.
Senior Administrative Assistant