- San Diego provides organizations with comprehensive, packaged programs of
employee mental and emotional health care. Simply
San Diego EAP for your complimentary, employee assistance programs (EAP)
risk, no obligation.
Research shows preventive action in addressing employees'
mental and emotional health needs saves (and even makes) companies money in the long
run. Fewer sick days and absenteeism,
greater attention to job-site safety and higher productivity all result from motivating
employees with a safe, confidential, off-site place to go for assistance when they need it.
addition, employee retention, morale and motivation increases, and turnover decreases when
employers include employee assistance as an incentive in the employee benefits package and
EAP San Diego for your complimentary, employee assistance programs (EAP)
risk, no obligation.
We strive to provide
clients the very best EAP counseling and therapy services
in San Diego (including
Balboa, Cardiff by the Sea, Carlsbad, Carmel Valley, Clairemont Mesa, Coronado, Del Mar,
El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Jamul, La Costa, La Jolla, La Mesa, Lemon Grove,
Leucadia, Miramar, Mira Mesa,
Mission Bay, Mission Beach, Mission Valley, North County, North San Diego, Ocean Beach, Oceanside, Old
Town, Pacific Beach, Point Loma, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Santa
Fe, San Diego, San Marcos, Santee, Scripps Ranch, Solana Beach, Sorrento Valley, Torrey
Pines, University City, UTC, Valley Center, Vista).
Our services are on the buttons to your left. Please click on
your Complimentary phone consultation.
Our job is helping people and we love doing it. Let us help you. -- Dr. Marshall Colt,
Some of Your Cost-Effective Benefits
your EAP with Advance Counseling is quick and easy. Plus:
+ NO set-up fee
+ NO maintenance fee
+ You're only billed if and when services are utilized
+ You determine who's covered and for what
+ You determine the number of sessions authorized
+ You determine the co-pay amount
depression is on the rise, even during boom economic times: One in 10 U.S.
workers suffers from clinical depression, which is linked to such symptoms
as low morale, burnout and other workplace problems, according to a United
Nations study." -- The Wall Street Journal Sunday , October 22,
Some of the areas where we
can be effective include:
of stress can be costly - Persistent stress has long been considered
to be harmful to health. Now a new study indicates that the health
costs of stress in the workplace may be more than anyone thought. A
study of more than 46,000 employees at six large companies found that the
costs linked to serious stress -- workers reporting exposure to constant
stress with no methods to cope -- accounts for about 8 percent of the
total health care expenditures of these companies, or about $24 billion
annually. Research has shown that psychological services provided to
employees can reduce absenteeism, increase productivity and reduce
disability claims, said the report, which appears in the American Journal
of Health Promotion." -- Chicago Tribune
impressed at breadth and depth of experience." -- P.F.
"Of all the mediocre, and less than
mediocre, therapists I've seen, and I'm not patronizing you, Marshall,
you're the best therapist I've ever had." -- W.K.
been in counseling several times before. This is the first time I
feel there're changes taking place. Before I felt like I was just
putting band-aids on. Life is 100% better that it was 3
months ago. Being alone is okay again. When you first told me
about this process, I thought you were nuts. Now I find myself
having a lot more peace. Thank you, Marshall" --
" Thanks for your
help, [after 2 sessions] I feel much better about myself already." --
was adamant about not wanting to come to counseling, but now he actually
loves it!" -- Anonymous
Just wanted to thank you and let
you know how much yesterday's session meant to both of us. We both
left feeling fairly good about things and really look forward to seeing you
in 2 weeks. I don't know why we waited so long to do this.
Yesterday was the first time we had really been together by ourselves for a
long time and on the way home, [Name] opened up with me and talked about
things and neither one of us got angry with the other." -- Z.T.,
"Dr. Colt - Hi, I
just wanted to say thank you for our counseling session last night. I
think you did a great job, and I feel like you can really help me. I
was definitely tense and nervous, as I've never done this before, but I want
you to know that I do feel like I can trust you, and that I think that I can
become very comfortable with you. You were right when you said that it
would be hard, but I know that it won't get better without going through the
hard stuff first. I look forward to our next session.... Thanks
again." -- S.K.
the two years I have known Dr. Colt, a hallmark of his dealings with both
clients and colleagues has been his uncompromising dedication to fairness
and ethical behavior. Dr. Colt is extremely effective at illuminating
those personal and professional issues critical to his clients, and
assisting them to better understand their strengths, their challenges, and
how to reconcile the two. I have personally benefited from his
unselfish offers expert of assistance" -- R.F.
"I think we both feel that things
are going very well. You have helped us address the problem issues,
and come up with solutions. We both feel like we have gained a lot of
insight to each other." -- J.B.
"NO! Thank you! I feel [name withheld] and I are on the right
track. I am so grateful. If we can hold the course then I think
we can finally have the relationship that makes life worthwhile. Thanks for your help.
Also thanks for
your help with [name withheld] and [name withheld]. [name withheld] is
a special soul and is raving about you." -- Anonymous
"Hi Marshall: The other night you
thanked me for being patient. Well, I just wanted to thank you for
everything you're doing. [Name] seems to be doing much better. She seems happier than I have known her to be in a very long time.
seems hopeful and optimistic. She really feels like she is making
progress with you specifically and her life in general. So "Thank
You" with all my heart for helping my lady." -- B.E.
San Diego EAP for a complimentary,, confidential,
phone consultation to discuss your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) needs with Executive
Director, Dr. Marshall Colt, and learn how
Advance Counseling may be able to help you and your organization.
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