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BJC EAP Supports Active Military and Veterans

BJC Employee Assistance Program (EAP) honors our team members who are veterans and service members during the month of November and all year long.

Ways to Help Someone in Emotional Distress

It is normal to experience a certain level of stress given the difficult interactions and situations we find ourselves in as health care workers

Top 10 Reasons to use BJC EAP

We all have a need to seek help and consultation at some point in our lives. Whether it’s helping you navigate life’s transitions, improve your experience at work, or maximize your physical and emotional wellbeing, BJC EAP is here to assist

What is EAP?

Since 1972, BJC EAP has provided employee assistance services to savvy organizations who understand that employee success equals company success.

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Battling the Winter Blues

 Are you experiencing the "winter blues"? It could be seasonal affective disorder, a mood disorder related to the change in seasons and lack of exposure to daylight.

Finding Your Own Peace in the Midst of Chaos

Finding your own peace in the midst of chaos of life is essential to keeping your energy and ability to focus on the activities and responsibilities of daily living.

Reset Your Day in Just 5 Minutes

Contrary to popular belief, one doesn’t need a lot of time or experience to meditate. It’s free and can be done anywhere.

Massage and Mental Health

The relaxation effect of massage is well-known to most people. But recent research has also shown beneficial effects of massage on many aspects of mental health.

BJC EAP Now Offering Telephone Counseling

Counseling provided by telephone will be the same as face-to-face sessions – a prior appointment will be necessary, counseling will be provided by BJC EAP’s expert consultants and services will be completely confidential.

The Psychological Effects of Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse has been a hot topic in the media lately due to the #MeToo movement, USA gymnastics and high-profile individuals who have been exposed for sexual assault. Repeated exposure can trigger memories of sexual abuse to those who have personally experienced it.

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