A news release said the new offering, The Life Improvement Center, includes online programs for depression, stress, grief, eating disorders, low self-esteem, guilt, and other problems. Exercises and tools help members identify problems and triggers, change self-defeating thoughts and behavior, develop strategies to improve their mood, mental health, and well-being, and prevent relapse.
Participants can record and track behavior and mood, schedule therapeutic activities, measure progress on a treatment plan, send information to their therapist, and create their own personal library of helpful tools and exercises.
For more information, call 800-522-1073 or go to http://www.eapconsultants.com .
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