Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Providing quality compassionate support for personal and work-related challenges.

Life’s challenges can be difficult. At times, a personal or professional issue can stop employees from living a healthy, happy life. Your investment in Sunbeam’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help your employees receive the compassionate support they need – when they need it the most.

Help Employees Find their Light

For over a decade, Sunbeam has provided supportive EAP services to Oklahoma employers and their employees. Sunbeam’s affordable EAP helps employees overcome personal and work-related challenges, by providing high quality, compassionate counseling services. Additionally, Sunbeam offers management consultation on a variety of EAP topics and issues, such as abuse, addictive behaviors, workplace performance issues, anxiety, family relationships, stress, and trauma.

Through counseling services, your employees can learn ways to cope and recover from difficulties, including:

  • Abuse-emotional, physical, sexual
  • Addictions
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Children’s issues related to school or home behaviors
  • Conflict management
  • Crime victimization
  • Crises
  • Depression
  • Domestic violence
  • Eating disorders
  • Emotional stress
  • Elder care
  • Family and blended family relationships
  • Family communication
  • Family/parenting challenges
  • Gambling
  • Grief or loss
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Life events
  • Life transitions
  • LGBTQ issues
  • Loss
  • Natural disasters
  • Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder
  • Personal injury
  • Personal strengths development
  • Phobias
  • Resilience training
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Suicide prevention and intervention
  • Trauma
  • Unhealthy behaviors

Your employees will experience confidential counseling sessions at Sunbeam’s office, located at 1100 NW 14th St., Oklahoma City. Additionally, your organization can receive:

  • Assistance with EAP policy and procedure development
  • Customized, annual orientation to EAP benefits for employees and managers
  • Seminars and/or lunch-and-learn sessions on topics such as: anger management, crisis debriefings, drug/alcohol education, navigating change, stress management, successful team work, trauma and work-life balance
  • Participation in vendor/benefit/health fairs
  • Quarterly EAP eNewsletter to share with employees

Sunbeam offers manager and supervisor guidance and on-site educational programs, including these topics:

  • Anger management
  • Drug/alcohol abuse
  • Mandatory employee referrals
  • Phone consultations about employee behavioral issues
  • Employee under-performance issues

Sunbeam offers tools and resources to your organization:

  • Customizable EAP flyers
  • Quarterly eNewsletter
  • Monthly Sunbeam Spotlight eNewsletter

Sunbeam’s Qualified, Compassionate Counselors

All Sunbeam counselors are licensed, license eligible, or Master’s level interns who are qualified to provide the best possible care for your employees. Sunbeam’s EAP services are administered by counseling staff with EAP experience. Sunbeam counselors are dedicated to helping individuals and families find solutions to life’s problems. Since 2011, Sunbeam has been accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).

Contact Sunbeam Today

Sunbeam’s EAP plans are tailored to meet the needs and budget of any employer. For more information about our Employee Assistance Program, or to receive a quote, contact Emma Wassilak at ewassilak@sunbeamfamilyservices.org

Do you need to access EAP Services provided by your employer?

Your EAP through Sunbeam Family Services provides support, guidance, and resources to help you find the right balance between work and home.

To make an appointment fill out this form,  call (405) 528-7721 or email EAP@sunbeamfamilyservices.org to set up an appointment.

“Businesses and nonprofits can invest in their staff in a truly meaningful way by offering this priceless EAP service from Sunbeam. The center is a staunch advocate, and we recommend it to our membership and our other community partners."
Marnie Taylor
CEO, Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
  • ARL Bio Pharma/DNA Solutions
  • Arts Council Oklahoma City
  • CASA of Oklahoma County
  • CityCare of OKC
  • Clark Youth Theatre
  • Griffin Communications
  • Homeless Alliance
  • INASMUCH Foundation
  • Lilyfield
  • Lindsay Municipal Hospital
  • Lynn Health Institute
  • Modular Services Company
  • MTM Recognition
  • Neighborhood Services Organization
  • NewView Oklahoma
  • OCCHD
  • OKCNP
  • OK Housing Finance Agency
  • Physicians Local
  • Robinson Park
  • Stonecloud Brewing
  • WHYHR