What is EAPA?
Established in 1971, the
Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) is
the world's oldest and largest membership organization for
employee assistance professionals, with approximately 5,000
members in the United States and more than 30 other countries.
EAPA hosts an annual conference, publishes a journal for
the employee assistance profession, and offers trainings
and other resources to enhance the professionalism of its
members and the industry.
As the most influential and respected organization in the
industry, EAPA is truly the global voice of the employee
What does EAPA offer?
Education and training.
EAPA's Professional Development Institute provides year-round
skill development trainings, workshops, and information
sessions that enhance career development.
EAPA sponsors the certified employee assistance professional
(CEAP) credential, which denotes employee assistance professionals
who are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of
Resource Center. A wealth of
resources is available through EAPA, including publications,
information packets, and general data and information that
help members stay current on issues affecting today's workplace.
Professional journal. The EAPA
Exchange, a bi-monthly magazine, gives members an exclusive
insight into the latest issues and trends affecting the