Full-time, part-time, or temporary Vanderbilt staff and their spouses are eligible for this program.
1211 21st Avenue South, Suite 010, in the basement of the Medical Arts Building.
8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
In the event of an emergency or a crisis event after hours, a Counselor on Call is available by calling WLC-EAP at 615-936-1327 and giving the appropriate information to the answering service.
All services through Work/Life Connections-EAP are an employee benefit provided at no additional cost to the employee.
Counseling/coaching services are meant to be short-term and solution-focused. The number of sessions depends upon the time needed to assess and address the presenting problem. Most people see improvement within four sessions or less. If ongoing, longer-term therapy is needed, the EAP counselor will provide community referrals based upon specific needs and insurance coverage.
People talk about a great variety of issues. Common concerns are depression, relationships, life stressors and workplace concerns.
You will complete some paperwork and then meet with your counselor. Information will be gathered about your concerns, then you and your counselorr will develop a plan to address them.
Call the Work/Life Connections-EAP at 615-936-1327 and make an appointment to speak with a counselor. Learn more about the Hardship Fund.
Work/Life Connections-EAP is a confidential service. No information will be released without your written consent except in cases required by law, such as imminent danger to self or others. Read our confidentiality policy. Our records are not kept in Epic or your HR records.