Employee Assistance Professional Association of Australasia

Please contact your organisation EAP provider for any counselling or critical incident services. EAPAA is the peak body in Australia but do not provide direct services

EAPAA Conference

14-15 November 2024
Sydney Hilton Hotel

CAUTION: EAPAA is the peak body for Employee Assistance Programs in Australasia. Please be aware of organisations who are not approved members of EAPAA falsely assuming the identity of their customer’s EAP provider. We are conscious of these organisations sending unsolicited and inaccurate communications. Any such communications are fraudulent and not endorsed by EAPAA.

Please contact EAPAA should you have any concerns or have been impacted by this activity

What is an Employee Assistance Program?

An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a work-based intervention program designed to enhance the emotional, mental and general psychological wellbeing of all employees and includes services for immediate family members. The aim is to provide preventive and proactive interventions for the early detection, identification and/or resolution of both work and personal problems that may adversely affect performance and wellbeing. These problems and issues may include, but are not limited to, relationships, health, trauma, substance abuse, gambling and other addictions, financial problems, depression, anxiety disorders, psychiatric disorders, communication problems, legal and coping with change.

The Employee Assistance Professional Association of Australasia (Inc)

Is the Peak Australasian Body representing provider and user members that supply Employee Assistant Programs in the workplace. In co-operation with employees and management, EAPAA members’ primary objective is to provide the most effective employee assistance services to individuals and their families suffering from personal or work related problems, which negatively affect their work and wellbeing.

Looking for an EAP provider?

EAPAA is not a service provider

If you have counselling or clinical needs, please contact your organisation’s EAP provider. We suggest you contact your Human Resources consultant or other appropriate professionals.

Member EAP Providers

Just some of our members, join EAPAA to access member benefits


Chief Executive Officer, EAPAA
2/88 Victoria ave Chatswood 2067


Phone: 61 (0)2-9882-2688