Required advising for students interested in Employee Assistance Program Subspecialization

All students considering the Employee Assistance Program or EAP subspecialization which is offered as part of the Behavioral Health specialization must meet with Dr. Jodi Frey prior to submitting their field application. Dr. Frey will talk with you about options for field, including but not limited to EAPs (some placements are also eligible for the BHWISE Fellowship!) based on your learning goals. Please contact her immediately at jfrey@ssw.umaryland.edu to schedule your half-hour advising session. To learn more about the EAP subspecialization (the only one in the country), please see a brief introductory video about social workers in EAP and the workplace:

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