Confidential Problem Solving

In a confidential interview, a DIRECTIONS counselor will help identify the issues, and make a recommendation for services that best addresses the problem.

At DIRECTIONS you are never alone; help with many of life’s issues can be addressed together…

  • Work-related problems
  • Alcoholism and drug abuse
  • Stress
  • Financial problems
  • Marital conflict
  • Family difficulties
  • Legal issues
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Grief issues

Employee CounselingFree counseling for employees and immediate family members

Employees of client companies are eligible for all DIRECTIONS services provided by their employer. Employees or dependents can contact the program directly, or a supervisor may refer an employee. In any event, participation with DIRECTIONS is voluntary.

Services provided by DIRECTIONS are prepaid by your employer, so DIRECTIONS services are free for you and your dependents. If a referral to another provider is necessary, a DIRECTIONS counselor will assist you in determining what is appropriate both personally and financially.

Short-term counseling

Allow a caring professional to help you sort through the trials and issues of life. Our focus is to help people find workable solutions to their personal concerns using the many resources available at DIRECTIONS. Many EAPs only provide one counseling session (assessment) and then refer you to another provider.

You can meet with DIRECTIONS counselor at no charge up to six visits. If longer-term help is recommended, referral options may include continuing with your DIRECTIONS counselor under your insurance coverage.


DIRECTIONS assures complete confidentiality according to all HIPPAA regulations. Discussions between client and counselor will remain absolutely confidential.