FAQs - Work+Life Connections
1. Who is eligible for Work+Life Connections individual counseling?
2. How many times am I eligible to receive individual counseling via Work+Life Connections each year?
3. May I carry the number of visits I have into the following year?
4. Why am I limited to five free visits per year?
5. How long is a session?
6. When are appointments available?
7. Will my information remain confidential?
8. Under what circumstance should I visit you?
- Depression, anxiety, grief and other mental health concerns
- Parenting, divorce, separation or family concerns
- Stress management/relaxation skills
- Work performance difficulties
- Alcohol or drug concerns and assessments for self or family
- Dealing with and learning about new emotional or physical health diagnosis
- Communication issues
- Crisis counseling
Work+Life Connections will also provide department stress management and crisis and grief counseling, in the event of the death of a colleague, department reorganization, reduction in force, etc.
9. Are you available to mediate between two employees?
Not at this time. We only work one-on-one with individuals or to conduct group crisis intervention.
10. Do you provide other types of services?
We provide programs on drug and alcohol abuse, stress management and crisis counseling. The Work-Life Office also offers Marriage and Couples counseling; additional information about this benefit is found on our website.