Improve Your Personal Well-Being

The University at Buffalo recognizes that personal problems at home or interpersonal issues at work can negatively affect one’s job performance, mental health, and/or physical health. The goal of the Employee Assistance Program is to help staff and faculty deal with these problems and issues in the most positive way possible. The entire university, including YOU, benefits from employees who are feeling good and working productively.

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Improve Your Personal Well-being

What You Can Expect

When you meet with Employee Assistance you will get a private and confidential meeting on the campus of your choice with one of the EAP staff. The EAP consultant will listen to your concerns, help you think about your situation differently, and provide ideas about how to address those concerns. If a referral to an outside agency is desired, your EAP consultant will work with you to find the best resources, based on your concern, preferences and insurance carrier.

Contact an Expert

We all need support sometimes. For confidential consultation or 1-on-1 meetings at no charge to you, referrals to specialists, and/or general information on how to help yourself or others manage personal and/or work-related concerns, please reach out to us.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Phone: 716-645-4461

Email: ub-eap@buffalo.edu

Other Opportunities To Improve Your Well-Being

  • Support Groups

    Get support from your peers to improve your well-being. Designed to provide emotional, educational and social support through regularly scheduled meetings, support groups help participants develop methods and skills to solve problems. Building social support will help your ability to maintain or improve your overall personal, physical and emotional health while dealing with real life issues.

  • Training

    Attend a training to improve your well-being. Free workshops are offered to all UB employees on each of the UB campuses during the Fall and Spring semesters, and during the summer.  Workshops are led by professionals expert on the topic, and participants are typically highly satisfied with the workshops they attend.  UB employees may attend workshops during their work time, provided that they have received supervisory approval. Suggestions for training topics are always welcome.

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