Capital EAP Counselors are trained and certified, and have experience across a broad spectrum of issues.
Speaking with a Capital EAP Counselor is the first step toward getting the assistance you need, and improving any situation that may be interfering with the highest quality of life.
Common Counseling and Service Support Requests
Below is a partial list of the kinds of counseling, training and support we can help provide. Capital EAP also supports a network of both local and national specialty service providers to whom we can refer for special needs:
- Counseling & Guidance
Counseling & Guidance
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse
- Anger management
- Anxiety disorders
- Crisis Counseling
- Eating disorders
- Elder care
- LGBT support
- Internet addiction
- Loss and Grief
- Nutrition and Exercise
- Mental and Behavioral Health Issues
- Men’s health
- Nutrition Counseling
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
- Relaxation techniques
- Self esteem
- Sexual Issues
- Sleep disorders
- Smoking cessation
- Suicide prevention and intervention
- Stress & anxiety management
- Stress and coping with Change
- Weight Loss
- Women’s health
- Family Counseling & Support
Family Counseling & Support
- Aging issues and elder care
- Balancing work and family
- Child counseling
- Couples counseling
- Domestic violence and abuse
- Family communication
- Family interpersonal skills
- Marriage counseling
- Pet issues
- Teen counseling
- Crisis & Traumatic Events Management Services
Crisis & Traumatic Events Management Services
Tragedies can happen to anyone at any time. Whether prepared or caught unaware, the impact can have an effect on even the simplest moments day-to-day. Getting help quickly and early can reduce the impact to you and your loved ones.
Capital EAP can help with:
- Sudden Death
- Personal Injury
- Injury of family members or friends
- Witness of tragic event
- Natural Disasters
- Victim of Crime
If you have experienced a tragic event, or are in crisis, you can call Capital EAP at (518) 465-3813 24/7
If you are having thoughts of suicide, call the suicide prevention hotline now: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- What to Expect when you Call
What to Expect when you Call
When you call or email Capital EAP, you’ll be connected with a trained and certified counselor who can answer your questions and make recommendations about the next step.
Sometimes we can resolve your issue or answer your questions immediately. Sometimes you’ll need additional steps or follow up. In either case, we’ll guide you down the best path to get you the assistance you need.
Be prepared to provide your name, employer and additional personal information. Everything we collect is confidential, secure and never provided to your employer.
- Connect with a Capital EAP Intake Specialist
Connect with a Capital EAP Intake Specialist
There are two ways to reach us:
- Call us now (518) 465-3813
- Electronically Online
Please note that electronic communications are not monitored 24/7.
If you need immediate service, call us at the number above (518) 465-3813
If you are experiencing a crisis or are having thoughts of suicide, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) now or click here for Crisis Chat. These are additional programs that can help that are not affiliated with Capital EAP.
- Counseling Hours
- Scheduled appointments for Counseling and Guidance 9am-7pm EST, Monday through Thursday and 9am-5pm on Fridays.
- Phone support for Counseling and Guidance, as well as scheduled appointments is available 9am to 5pm EST, Monday through Friday.
- On-call phone support is available 24/7
- Crisis and Suicide Prevention hotline is available 24/7 CALL: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)