Counseling

The therapists at Henderson Consulting & EAP Services are equipped to help you identify and resolve a variety of personal concerns.

Reasons to seek counseling include:

  • Help in balancing work and life
  • Parenting or child behavior problems at home or school
  • Loneliness
  • Addiction issues (gambling, porn, drugs, alcohol, smoking)
  • Financial problems
  • Communication skills
  • Facing serious physical illness or death
  • Problem solving and clarifying important life decisions
  • Stress management techniques
  • Marital counseling
  • Violence issues
  • Grief
  • Eating disorders
  • Self-esteem improvement
  • Conflict resolution skills at home or at work
  • Recognizing substance abuse
  • Relationship counseling
  • Coping with major life changes (pregnancy, divorce, job layoff, elderly parents, marriage)
  • Chronic anxiety or depression
  • Blended family issues (re-marriage, step-parenting, communication)
  • Legal issues
  • Mediation services

Accessing Counseling at Henderson

Medical Insurance

Self-Pay

Through your employer-offered Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • EAP benefits are 100% paid for!!!
  • Benefits cover the employee, their spouse/significant other, and children up to the age of 26, if still a dependent of the employee.
  • A referral from your supervisor or Human Resources Department is NOT necessary
  • Call Henderson Consulting at 719-380-1644

Please call us at 719-380-1644 to learn what companies we serve, what insurance we are able to take.

Employers

As defined by the International Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA), an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a worksite-based program designed to assist organizations in addressing productivity issues and helping employees identify and resolve personal concerns, including, but not limited to: health, marital, family, financial, substance use, legal, emotional, stress, and personal issues that may affect job performance.

Why Consider Providing EAP Benefits *Would like stats/references to support claims below.

  • Considerable savings of benefit dollars are realized through solution-focused treatment, reduced length of stay, and containment of provider cost.
  • Mental health and substance abuse costs currently reflect between 15-24% of the total health care cost.
  • Drug and alcohol abuse in the business community is estimated to cost $16.6 billion a year.
  • Stress related mental health claims account for 15% of all workers’ compensation claims and ADA lawsuits related to mental health issues are increasing.
  • Violence in the workplace is on the rise consisting of employee fights, weapons at work and property damage.
  • Sexual harassment lawsuits have cost employers millions of dollars. With an EAP, many employers have realized returns on their investments.

Why employees may come to see us or why you may refer to an EAP

  • Help in balancing work and life
  • Parenting or child behavior problems at home or school
  • Loneliness
  • Addiction issues (gambling, porn, drugs, alcohol, smoking)
  • Financial problems
  • Communication skills
  • Facing serious physical illness or death
  • Problem solving and clarifying important life decisions
  • Stress management techniques
  • Marital counseling
  • Violence issues
  • Grief
  • Eating disorders
  • Self-esteem improvement
  • Conflict resolution skills at home or at work
  • Recognizing substance abuse
  • Relationship counseling
  • Coping with major life changes (pregnancy, divorce, job layoff, elderly parents, marriage)
  • Chronic anxiety or depression
  • Blended family issues (re-marriage, step-parenting, communication)
  • Legal issues
  • Mediation services