EAP Counselors

From time to time, each of us needs assistance. DOI's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers confidential short-term counseling and referral services for a wide range of personal challenges. Whether you are experiencing the death of a loved one, workplace harassment, stress, or going through a divorce, Espyr’s services are available at no cost to you or members of your family.

The professional counselors of Espyr are here to assist you anytime of the day or night. When you contact EAP, listed below are some of the counselors who may assist you. Each counselor is happy to talk with you and/or connect you with the appropriate resource in a caring and compassionate manner. They can help you with everything from financial concerns to parenting your teenager, or balancing your professional/personal commitments.

EAP staff are available 24/7 to support you in a crisis. You can receive immediate assistance from an Espyr counselor or representative by phone or online at:

  • Phone: (800) 869-0276
  • Website: Espyr (Password: interioreap)

Individual Counselors

Heather

Counselor Heather

 
Heather has been a counselor for 10 years and has specialized training in trauma and grief. She also has experience in workplace harassment, parenting, child trauma, organizational culture, coaching and job stress.

 
Liz

Counselor Liz

 
Liz has been a counselor for 30 years and specializes in grief, occupational problems, substance abuse treatment, workplace trauma, workplace harassment and family issues.

 
Elise

Counselor Elise

 
Elise has been a counselor both as an advocate in the nonprofit corporate worlds. She is a strong advocate for women’s rights and her training includes grief and trauma, crisis work, organizational issues, workplace harassment, domestic violence as well as health and well-being topics.

 
Mariah

Counselor Mariah

 
Mariah is a licensed counselor who has had experience working with victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and trauma. Other experiences include working with special populations such as adolescents with eating disorders, college students, community outreach and workplace issues.

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