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. We offer a  variety of services  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. For the past six years RMR has collaborated with Boston College and USC around the issues of Sexual Assault/Harassment whether in the Military, Across College Campuses or in the Workplace. In addition, RMR has initiated & continues to work on the International EA Archive out of the University of Maryland in collaboration with Associate Professor Jodi Frey.  

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

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 founders of the Archive specifically designed this repository as an open access facility to allow people to access and submit materials from all over the world at no cost.  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 EA Archive Website.

 

Currently during the Pandemic, we have focused on gathering Tips, sheets, Blogs, articles, videos & presentation on this topic - Simply put the term “ EAP and COVID 19” in the subject heading to find these materials.

Current News and Resources

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Newsletters, Articles and Briefs
CURRENT COVID-19 RESOURCES: TIPS, ARTICLES, BLOGS, ARTICLES, VIDEOS AND MORE

Why Employee Assistance Programs are Valuable
During & After COVID-19

Upcoming Events

 
WFRN 5th Biennial Conference
CANCELED
EAPA 2019 Conference & EXPO
October 27 -29, 2020
Hilton Americas, Houston, TX

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Must Watch Videos
The Psychology of Pandemics

Stephen Taylor - Professor Department of Psychiatry,

University of Vancouver, Canada. And Author of Psychology of Pandemics

This book explores the psychological factors that influence the spread of pandemic infections, as well as the associated emotional distress and social disruption of such events. It reveals how psychological factors are important for understanding and managing societal problems associated with pandemics, such as the spreading of excessive fear, stigmatization, and xenophobia that occur when people are threatened with infection.