Washington EAP Services has supported employers and their employees for the past 25 years. Our service history includes employers from health care, finance and eldercare, to education, government, and manufacturing. Assistance is provided through individual and group counseling, consultation, education, and caring.
Washington EAP Services is committed to steady growth while retaining our core values of personalized service. To us excellence equals responsiveness. Our motto is simple: "When you call, we will come".
Being responsive requires a constant commitment to service improvement. Recently we added comprehensive Work/Life services to support employees with issues like eldercare, childcare, finance, health/wellness, legal concerns, etc.
Not only does our talented team provide traditional EAP services such as supervisor trainings, employee awareness, stress management, and workplace substance abuse, but we also offer excellent employee training sessions such as employee engagement, workplace ethics, coping with change, and living life as a golfer. Each session is individually crafted to suit the needs of your workplace.
Taking into consideration the financial realities that employers face, Washington EAP Services would never want cost to be the reason that an employer cannot offer a quality EAP.
Here at Washington EAP Services we are known for, and committed to, providing personalized service; "When you call, we will come".
Sam Anderson brings twenty years of EAP leadership experience to Washington EAP Services. He believes that an EAP should support both employees and employers. Sam creates this supportive environment through consultation and education; he is an excellent presenter and problem solver. He welcomes face to face interactions with his customers.
Sam just completed a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership from Geneva College. He also holds an undergraduate degree in Health Education from Slippery Rock University and a Master's Degree in Health Education from the University of South Carolina.
Chuck has been actively involved in the behavioral healthcare field for over 38 years. He served as Director of the Washington Hospital EAP from 1990 to 2010. As a counselor for Washington EAP Services, clients continue to benefit from Chuck's valued experience.
Chuck received his M.S. degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from WVU in 1973. He is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). Chuck is also an Adjunct Instructor in Psychology at Ohio University Eastern in St. Clairsville, Ohio since l982.
Debbie Elmore is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has worked in the Employee Assistance Department at the Washington Hospital for the past two and a half years. She also is a founding partner and practitioner in a private counseling practice. In addition, she received training in Gambling Addiction Counseling at The University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work.
She is passionate about working with couples in pre-marital and marital therapy as well as working with individuals with anxiety, grief/loss, depression, co-dependency, domestic violence situations, family/parenting, addictions, and helping individuals manage various mental health related disorders. Debbie has extensive work experience in Corporate America and Academia in management, sales, marketing, and training. She is a member of the National Employee Assistance Professionals Association and the American Association of Christian Counselors.
She is a graduate of Washington & Jefferson College where she majored in Business Administration and Psychology with Certifications in Human Resource Management and Industrial Supervision. She has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Waynesburg University.
Holly Martin is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Diplomat. She is currently the Chief Operating Officer at Greenbriar Treatment Center where she has worked since 1995. Holly also has worked as an EAP Counselor for the past 10 years and maintains a small private practice. She is also employed as a Psychologist for WJS Psychological Associates Inc. providing consultation and supervision for this program that specializes in providing services to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Holly attended Slippery Rock University for both undergraduate and graduate school. She completed her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology in 1988 and has been practicing in the field ever since.
Holly has experience with treating children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of mental health and substance abuse issues in her private practice, and specializes in working with trauma and grief concerns. In her role at Greenbriar, Holly specializes in working with adults dually diagnosed with mental health and substance abuse issues.
Ms. Sebetich has developed and conducted hundreds of trainings for companies, colleges, and medical professionals across Southwestern Pennsylvania. Some of her clients include Pepsi Bottling Co., Medrad, Bayer, Department of Energy, All-Pak, US Food Service, Superior Petroleum, LEEDS, Oberg Industries, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Allegheny General Hospital.
Ms. Sebetich has Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Washington & Jefferson College and a Master of Education from California University.
Ashley Opfar is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR®). She is currently working as a Human Resources Generalist at Greenbriar Treatment Center. Ashley attended Saint Francis University (Loretto, PA) for both undergraduate and graduate school. She completed her Master of Human Resource Management in 2010 and lends her knowledge of HR to our EAP as a consultant.