Counseling and manager consultations

For counseling appointments and non-emergencies, call 480-965-2271. In life-threatening emergencies, call 911 or the behavioral health crisis team 602-222-9444.

The Employee Assistance Office日本一本道a不卡免费 offers free, voluntary and confidential behavioral health and organizational consultation for personal and work-related issues. Counseling services at the EAO may include assessment, interventions and referral. The EAO uses a brief model of intervention, between one and five sessions, to address a variety of issues that may affect employees or family member well-being, productivity and relationships.

Appointments and services

All benefits-eligible employee, spouse, dependents and household members can access the Employee Assistance Office on all campuses.

日本一本道a不卡免费To schedule an appointment with the Employee Assistance Office, call 480-965-2271. A username and password are provided for new patients at scheduling. Returning clients may access the confidential . Appointment reminders, forms and documents are delivered through the patient portal.

Providers

Jillian McManus日本一本道a不卡免费, LCSW, DBH, executive director, workforce development and health

Amber Wonder MC, LPC, assistant director

Cindy Montgomery LAC, M.Ed, counselor

JoAnne Stott日本一本道a不卡免费, LPC, counselor

Staff

Melissa Jones日本一本道a不卡免费, administrative assistant

Tempe campus Downtown Phoenix campus Polytechnic campus West campus

University Towers

日本一本道a不卡免费525 S. Forest Ave., Suite 101

Tempe, AZ 85281

Post Office Building

522 N. Central Ave., Room 245

日本一本道a不卡免费Phoenix AZ, 85003

Ironwood Building
6027 S. Sagewood, Room 101

Mesa, AZ 85212

Sands Building
13492 N. 47th Avenue, Room 310
Phoenix, AZ 85051

 

Parking on the Tempe campus

EAP visitors can park at the University Towers structure and have their parking ticket validated at the Employee Assistance Office.  Metered parking is also available at Fifth Street and Forest Avenue.

Confidentiality

日本一本道a不卡免费Our office adheres to professional standards of ethics and confidentiality. Appointments, services and records are confidential and are not released without the written authorization of the client.

The only exceptions to this rule are in cases where the client is a danger to themselves or others, cases involving a current child or elderly abuse or neglect, or through an authorized court order.

Individual, couples and family

Benefits-eligible employees or their spouse, dependent or household member may contact EAO to schedule a free, confidential assessment. Parental consent is required for children under age 18.

Common concerns include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Addiction or substance use.
  • Anger management.
  • Anxiety or depression.
  • Career dissatisfaction.
  • Chronic health conditions.
  • Coworker or supervisor problems.
  • Family conflicts and parenting.
  • Grief and loss.
  • Legal trouble.
  • Major life transitions.
  • Marital or relationship discord.

Managerial consultation

The EAO may help address personal or professional concerns of your staff that may affect performance. If you have concerns about an employee, observe a change in behavior or if you are aware of stressors affecting an employee, contact EAO. You may refer the employee to EAO as a resource to address performance or workplace behavioral problems.

Attendance at EAO is voluntary. You cannot mandate that an employee seek assistance or take any disciplinary action if they do not use EAO. The office will confirm the employee's first appointment, but cannot provide other information without the employee's written consent.

Learn more about our services from the Behavioral Response Team.