Employer Support For Individuals, Companies, & First Responders
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Behavioral Health Services
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Telebehavioral Counseling Sessions
Corporate EAP Counseling
Telebehavorial Health Services
We offer company wide rates for corporate accounts
Telebehavioral Health Services
First responders, police, firemen, EMS, 911 operators. We can help.
What Makes One Source Different
The fact that we are a small company gives us many advantages over other service providers. This eliminates some of the paperwork, long waits for appointments and complicated intake procedures. I personally oversee all intake, carefully matching each client with a specific clinician who is well versed in the specific problems they are experiencing.
Our treatment plans are a minimum of 5 sessions. We feel this gives us sufficient to work with the employee and teach them coping skills to deal with difficulties they are experiencing. We know that timing and getting to appointments can be difficult, so we offer online counseling services — available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are there when your employees need us most.
One Source has a network of clinicians who are able to provide counseling services to match the request of the client (child therapy, substance use, anger management, depression/anxiety, relationship issues). Dr. Nancy personally vets all requests for services herself in order to provide the right counselor to address a patient’s issues. These mental health therapists provide virtual counseling on any electronic device, adding convenience, privacy, and ease of use to each therapy session.
"Not only is she highly skilled in working with people in public safety, she is one of the most caring and genuine individuals I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing."
Eddie L. Robinson
Assistant Fire Chief
Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services
"One Source has helped so many of our employees over the years to overcome difficult situations so that they could again be able to live meaningful lives and be productive employees for the County."
Lewis Patterson, CHRM
Director of Human Resources
Fayette County Board of Commissioners
Dr. Nancy Wesselink, PhD, CEAP
Dr. Wesselink is the Founder and Chief Consultant of One Source Counseling and Employee Assistance Services in the metro Atlanta area. She has owned the company since 2002 and provides services to over 4000 employees in manufacturing, utility, corporate, government and academic settings. She also has a private counseling practice and sees approximately 30 people a week in addition to conducting trainings and workshops on such topics as Drug Free Workplace, Harassment/Diversity, Team Building, Dealing with Change in Organizations, and Stress Management. She is a charter member of the Georgia Critical Incident Stress Foundation. She is a licensed social worker and certified Employee Assistance Professional and holds a doctorate in Human Services from Capella University. She has been in the field for over 20 years.
Employee Assistance for Small Business
At One Source, we focus on small business. Typically our clients have between 22 and 250 employees. We put our people first – our clients and our clinicians. We offer education and counseling for troubled employees. We understand how much you need to retain valued members of your staff and help you keep them. No contracts, fees only for services rendered.
EAP for Public Safety Workers
We provide assistance for first responders: PB, SO, FD, EMS and 911, as well as and others who find themselves on the front line in emergency situations. My expertise stems from over 25 years of experience, ride alongs, and on site presence. I understand and focus on the special issues these extraordinary people experience. Most importantly, One Source offers protection and complete confidentiality. We care, we listen and we keep it between us. Our goal is to work toward clearances and return to work agreements so employers don’t lose their most valuable assets – their employees.
First developed for use with military combat veterans and then civilian first responders (police, fire, ambulance, emergency workers and disaster rescuers), CISM has now been adapted and used virtually everywhere there is a need to address traumatic impact in peoples lives.
One Source Employee Assistance Program is proud to be a member and a unit of the Mental Health response team. We have helped many Police Departments, Sheriff’s Offices and Fire/Rescue teams across Georgia.
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
CISM, is an intervention protocol developed specifically for dealing with traumatic events. It is a formal, highly structured and professionally recognized process for helping those involved in a critical incident to share their experiences, vent emotions, learn about stress reactions and symptoms and given referral for further help if required. It is not psychotherapy. It is a confidential, voluntary and educative process, sometimes called “psychological first aid”.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Employee Assistance Program?
An Employee Assistance Program is a vendor relationship with an organization. The organization enters into a contract with the EAP to provide several different types of services to its employees and their family members. These services include, but are not limited to, face-to-face confidential counseling with an experienced, licensed mental health professional, behavioral risk assessments, substance abuse evaluations, resourcing to experts when needed, and ongoing training and consultation to help supervisors with troubled employees.
This sounds like the “free” employee assistance that we offer through our insurance product. How is your EAP different and why should we pay more for it?
One Source is prepared to contract with organizations based on their needs, not on the limitations of what is typically offered as part of an overall health insurance product. Oftentimes what is offered is limited to 1-3 telephonic sessions with a counselor. No other services are included. Research into EAPs has shown over the years that these limited sessions can actually cause more harm in that the client(s) do not have enough time to work on their individual problems before they are “terminated”, thus leaving the clients to try to work the problem out on their own.
Can this program really help my employees?
Research has shown that employees who seek services early, when problems are not out of hand, are able to find solutions, lessen their stress, improve their quality of life, and have a higher satisfaction rate with their jobs and their personal lives. EAPs work with HR personnel and the organization itself to ensure the health and well-being of all employees and their family members.
You said One Source offers confidential sessions for employees and family members. Can you guarantee that their information will never be shared?
All voluntary EAP contacts are confidential. One Source is prohibited by federal law from releasing any information on any client to anyone at any time. Our network of counselors are all licensed professionals who could put their licenses in jeopardy should they breach confidentiality. Reports made by the EAP to employers contain statistical data only, no names or specific details. No one will know you utilized the EAP unless you decide to share it with them.
How many sessions will my employees and their families members get?
One Source typically contracts for 5-8 sessions with our organizations. We will provide proposals to your organization that will include several different models with different costs from which you can choose. Costs are based on a mathematical equation that includes information particular to your organization. We will then match the services you choose and the price points for each one.
How much will this program cost my organization?
One Source works with each organization to try to identify their specific needs. As an example, One Source has contracted with an Emergency Medical Assistance company that employs ambulance drivers. While the organization did not need to pay for sessions for employees, they found that they benefited from a Critical Incident Stress Management protocol. The contract was for this service alone, thus saving the organization from paying for services they did not need. One Source can also set up a “fee for service” program whereby the organization pays only for the services they actually use. We are able to tailor our programs to fit individual needs with proven cost-saving strategies.