Rocky Mountain Research

EAP, Work/Life & Wellness Consulting Services

Welcome to RMR

Rocky Mountain Research (RMR) is a highly specialized Consulting Practice that specifically focuses on EAP, Work/Life and Wellness Benefit Delivery Models. A variety of services are offered to academics, corporate directors, external vendors and professional associations aimed at evaluating, developing and implementing delivery service models as well as the development of outcome measurement tools. Currently Patricia is working with the Chestnut Health Systems on a Workplace Inclusion Scale. But Dr. Herlihy’s main focus these days is her work with Professor Jodi Frey on the International Employee Assistance Digital Archive – A Knowledge Hub.

Presentations and articles on current trends in the EAP, Work/Life and Wellness fields. Learn more in the RMR Archive

International Employee Assistance Digital Archive

Awarded "Best Use of Technology" in EA Services 2019

In an attempt to preserve and widely disseminate research to grow the EA field, the International EA Digital Archive: A Knowledge Hub was born as a unique repository contributing to digitizing material that had previously only been available in hard copy published form/ The Archive is hosted by the University of Maryland, Baltimore.  The EA Archive is the first of its kind focused on employee assistance and is a resource that benefits the field both presently and in the future

 

For more information visit the Archive website at www.eaarchive.org

Hot Archive Topics
Jeff•Gorter, MSW, LMSW.  Journal of Employee Assistance. 4th quarter. Vol 51 (4) 12-15. 2021)
Healing the Healer: Providing a Path Towards Physician Suicide Prevention. Liz Ferron, MSW, LICSW. Vital Work/Life. (2021)
 Drinking More to Cope During COVID. Leonard Hedbloom. Springboard Unlimited. (September, 2021) 

Topical Resources

CURRENT RESOURCES: ARTICLES, BLOGS AND PRESENTATIONS

Workplace Inclusion Scale: Another Tool for EAP's
Patricia Herlihy, PhD, RN; Dave Sharar, PhD; and Molly Robey, PhD
The Journal of Employee Assistance. 1st QTR 2022

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Best Practices in Working with Law Enforcement. Patricia Herlihy, PhD., RN; James Rascati, MSW, LCSW; & Brad Barber, PhD.  JOURNAL OF EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE | 2nd QTR 2021
 EAP and COVID-19: COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Hub. Patrick J. Kennedy, Co-Founder of Psych Hub, Former Congressman. ( 2020)
Mind the Workplace: Work Health Survey 2021. Taylor Adams, Madeline Reinert, Danielle Fritze, and Theresa Nguyen. (2021)
PELC 2021 Officer Wellness Module. City of Columbus EAP. Lisa K. Callander, LISW-S, LICDC-S, MSW. City of Columbus EAP (2021)
Experiences of Internal and Hybrid Employee Assistance Program Managers: Factors Associated with Successful, At-Risk and Eliminated Programs. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.


Jodi Jacobson Frey, PhD, LCSW-C, CEAP; John Pompe, PsyD, SPHR; David Sharar, PhD; Rachel Imboden, MSW;  Lauren Bloom, MSW, MPP.  (2018)

How to measure inclusion in the workplace. Harvard Business Review ( 2021)

Upcoming Events

Connect. Engage. Advance.
May 23-25, 2022 | Georgia World Congress Center  Atlanta, GA 

Join the WorldatWork Annual Conference & Exhibition to learn from industry experts, participate in dynamic thought-provoking workshops and network with people who share the same professional DNA! 
WFRN’S 2022 CONFERENCE
Work-Family Justice: Practices, Partnerships & Possibilities
JUNE 23-25, 2022 | New York Hilton Midtown in New York City

The 2022 conference theme is Work-Family Justice: Practices, Partnerships & Possibilities that highlights the work of a global community of scholars.

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