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Benefits

The EAP deals with any of the following issues:

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Stress at home or at work, problems with a co-worker, supervisor, etc.
  • Alcohol, substance abuse, addiction (in yourself or a family member)
  • Family problems (divorce, remarriage, blended family, single parent family, teen problems, or “adult children” still living at home, etc.)
  • Sleep problems and insomnia (we do sleep screenings for possible sleep disorders, provide education and referrals to Board Certified sleep physicians and sleep centers)
  • Financial concerns
  • Marital and relationship issues
  • Other “addictions” (internet, gambling, food, sex, etc.)
  • Caregiver resources and counseling, if you are caring for an aging parent, spouse or loved one
  • Emotional and interpersonal problems
  • Legal concerns and referrals
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Operation Medicine Cabinet
  • Domestic Violence & Stalking Information

Nancy D. Losinno, LCSW, CEAP
EAP Manager
Distinguished Career Service Award by DOE

Contact Info

631-344-4567, nlosinno@bnl.gov
Bldg 490, Occup. Med. Clinic

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Latest Videos

Jude Treder-WolffStress Management for Caregivers

Presented by Jude Treder-Wolff


Jude Treder-WolffDealing with Negative or Difficult Relationships

Presented by Jude Treder-Wolff

All EAP Videos

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events in the system at this time.


New and Noteworthy

EAP Connection Newsletter August/September 2013 (pdf)

alcoholic drinks

Rethinking Drinking

Drinking can be beneficial or harmful, depending on your age and health status, and, of course, how much you drink.

For anyone who drinks, the Rethinking Drinking website offers valuable, research-based information. For more information see
"What is a Drink?" (pdf).

CaringBridge

CaringBridge provides free websites that connect people experiencing a significant health challenge to family and friends, making communication along the health journey easier.

2-1-1 Long Island Database

The 2-1-1 Long Island Database, a project of the United Way of Long Island and Middle Country Public Library, contains valuable community resources that our employees need to know about for extended family members, neighbors, and others.

This database provides information about community organizations which meet basic needs such as emergency food and shelter, food pantries, soup kitchens, household items, clothing, etc. Though all employees may seek help through our Employee Assistance Program for free legal consults, 5 free mental health counseling services per household family member, caregiver support, etc.

The 211 Long Island database is available 24/7. Take a moment to browse their Directory of Services.