Discover what the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is and how it may benefit you and your family.
What is ComPsych
- ComPsych is a free service offered to all APS employees.
- Professional counselors can help you manage any type of problem with complete confidentiality, 24 hours a day.
- Guidance Consultants can assist you at 1-888-324-2631 or visit guidanceresources.com and register using the organization web ID: APS to create your own personal login.
- Completely confidential - APS will never know if you use this program.
- In addition to face-to-face counseling ComPsych also offers
- Confidential Counseling- no-cost counseling service, staffed by highly trained guidance consultants
- Legal Support- Talk to attorneys by phone and if representation is needed then they will refer you to an attorney in you area. Get a free 30 minute consultation and 25% reduction in customary legal fees
- Financial Information and Resources- Speak with a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planners regarding a variety of financial issues
- Work Life Solutions- Specialists will provide referrals for customized resources for services such as
- Child and elder care
- Planning events
- Pet care
- Healthcare Navigation- Provides assistance with healthcare questions, claims and costs
Financial Webinar Series Now Available On-Demand for APS Employees
In partnership with ComPsych, APS’ Employee Assistance Program (EAP) vendor, we recently hosted a series of Financial Wellness webinars. We are happy to announce that these sessions are now available on-demand. To access these webinars, simply click on the links provided, enter your name and email address, and click Register to gain instant access to these valuable seminars.
Guidance Resources Program Orientation for Employees
This is a general session providing an overview of services provided by our EAP program.
The Five Pillars of Personal Finance
The United Stated Department of the Treasury has proposed a set of financial core competencies that will be used to establish a clear understanding about what all adults should know regarding the basic concepts of financial literacy. The five core concept areas identified are:
- Protecting against risk
This session covers the basics (or essentials) of each area and describes practical skills needed to competently address (or manage) their personal finances.
10 Strategies for Improving Your Finances
The current economic climate brings both challenges and opportunities from a financial perspective. You may wonder during these challenging times: “What should I be most careful about” and “What should my family and I work toward?” The 10 financial tips discussed in this workshop will get you on the road to financial well-being during challenging times.
The Psychology Behind Saving Money and Other Good Financial Habits
Most people can honestly say they believe it is important to spend within their means and to save money for the future. Unfortunately, good intentions are often at odds with how our mind works. For example, many people want to save for the future but have no motivation to because they have not imagined that future. This course addresses the psychology behind saving money and adopting good financial habits. It will examine recent research related to how and why people save vs. spend and identify strategies for participants to change their financial mindset and develop new habits.