The first scene of the Sundance-featured documentary "Web Junkie" begins with a group of young men playing the popular online game "World of Warcraft." With the game responsible for more than 100 million accounts worldwide, it's a scene...
The Call for Proposals for EAPA's 2016 World EAP Conference is open. The conference will be held Oct. 31-Nov. 3 at the sleek, river-front situated Sheraton Grand Chicago, within walking distance of Navy Pier, Magnificent Mile shopping,...
New York is taking steps to stop therapists from trying to change young people's sexual orientation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced recently, joining a number of states that have acted against what's known as gay conversion therapy. The Democratic governor's move comes as...
With March Madness around the corner, February is a good time to remind EAP clients of the signs, symptoms and resources for problem gambling.
Mental health issues such as depression and anxiety can lead to a decline in the overall health of employees in the workplace, result in lower productivity and contribute to rising health-related expenses for employers. Kathryn...
President Barack Obama will seek an extra $1.1 billion to pay for drug treatment for people addicted to opioid medications and heroin, which the White House says kills more people than automobile crashes, officials said recently....
Joan Williams has seen up close how many attorneys struggle with depression, alcohol abuse and anxiety. Williams, director of the Center for Worklife Law at the UC Hastings College of Law, said that there are many components contributing...
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