Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Services
Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) emphasizes “Help In The Moment,” whether for workplace issues needing immediate attention or other services such as counseling, training such as Stress Management and “Drug-Free Workplace,” as well as Pre-Employment, Alcohol and Drug Assessments and others. We offer a personal service committed to your needs.
A brief review of your history in relation to your current needs; includes recommendations for care.
A brief, solution-focused counseling to address a current issue in your life; children, teens, adults, couples and families
Delivered by an EAP Professional to help review issues of concern and to arrive at a plan of action to address these issues affecting workplace performance or behavior
Guidance from an EAP Professional regarding existing resources in the community to address specific requests, such as where to seek treatment, a support group, or for information on coping, etc.
Individual and Group Coaching
Delivered by a Life Coach to support one in pursuing specific self identified goals in life; differs from counseling and is suitable for anyone wanting extra support to focus on a specific goal.
Crisis Intervention and Trauma Informed Care
Expert care for any disruptive work event, with the aim of building resilience and effective coping in the moment. May be delivered in an individual or group format.
Corporate Training (Standard & Customized)
Professional training delivered by a licensed counselor on a myriad of topics, including, but not limited to compliance trainings, stress management, and work/life balance to name a few.
- Pre-employment Screenings
- Fitness for Duty Evaluations
- DOT/SAP Evaluations
- Pre-employment Screenings- Employer requested screening to determine if one is a good candidate for a job fitness for Duty
- Evaluations- Employer requested evaluation by a psychologist, when one is exhibiting aberrant behavior or violating policies in the workplace, to determine if one is fit for his or her duties
- DOT/SAP Evaluations – Required evaluation done by a qualified substance abuse provider under federal regulations, when one violates federal regulations governing modes of transportation.
We are conveniently located in West Toledo and we have affiliate providers outside our service area. Our service is completely confidential and is delivered in a private setting by a highly skilled EAP team, each of whom averages 25 years in the field. They are passionate about Employee Assistance and strive to help employees resolve their challenges, so they can remain productive and healthy.
Meet Our Therapists
Our Therapists are experienced professionals who share our culture of service to others, as well as to the importance of respect, integrity, and honesty. They are dedicated to confidentiality, and to continuous learning and improvement.
Dr. Glenn Swimmer
Dr. Swimmer is a graduate of the University of Illinois-Urbana and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. He is a Clinical Psychologist experienced working with adults facing many life issues.
David has more than 20 years of clinical experience and specializes in several areas of treatment. He joined StressCare Behavioral Health, Inc., in 1993. David has special interest in working with adolescents, chronic pain and military veterans and their families.
Dr. Diane Derr-Lewis
Dr. Lewis has more than 30 years of experience providing individual, marital, and group psychotherapy. She also performs psychological assessments including those for bariatric surgeries and Bureau of Workers’ Compensation issues.
Rachel Chandley, Ph.D.
Dr. Chandley aims to work collaboratively with her clients to help them reach their goals. She feels passionately about outreach and consultation and has interest in working with individuals from diverse ethnic, racial, sexual orientation, and gender identities.
Marsha Drees joined StressCare Behavioral Health, Inc. in 2016 as a master level social worker with 28 years of experience in general mental health and substance use disorder treatment. Marsha uses Brief Solution Focused Therapy in her passion for helping people embrace challenges in life,
Kenneth Miller, Ph.D., LPCC-S
Dr. Miller has been in the healthcare profession for the past 44 years. He is deeply dedicated to making a positive difference to the aliveness and wellbeing of others. Dr. Miller is a creative, solution-focused therapist who is committed to helping people transform from victims into victors.
Ms. Karl has been in practice since 2014 and holds licenses in both mental health and substance abuse counseling. She is a graduate of Capella University with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling.
Michael Kimball, Psy.D.
The decision to engage in therapy takes courage, and it can be the first step in creating the life you want to live. I strive to co-create an open and safe environment in which you are encouraged to experiment with new behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. I am an engaged, potent, and results-oriented therapist.