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Behavioral Health

Behavioral health is the promotion of mental health, resilience, and well-being, as well as the support of those who experience depression, anxiety, family or relationship issues, or substance abuse disorders. URWELL Employee, a partnership between Human Resources and Health Promotion, provides a behavioral health program that supports our employees' full mental and emotional well-being.

How to Find a Cigna Behavioral or Emotional Health Provider: A Step by Step Guide

Onsite Behavioral Health Counselor

Short-term, onsite coaching is available to all employees for no additional charge. The onsite behavioral health coach will assist employees maneuver through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and deliver a deeper level of engagement. They can also provide management consultation and training support.

In addition, our onsite behavioral health counselor may serve as a local resource for:

  • Critical incident stress management services (natural disasters, employee deaths and disruptive events)
  • EAP wellness seminars and participation in wellness events

Contact Your Behavioral Health Counselor

Your appointments are confidential and private. Contact our counselor directly for appointments.

Jim Doran, L.C.S.W
804-240-8628
jdoran2@richmond.edu 

Appointments are available starting virtually on Wednesdays from 10 AM - 2 PM. 

Behavioral Health Toolkit

Challenges to mental well-being come in many forms, and so do the ways we can work through them. Whether you need help reducing stress, are feeling motivated to make a change in your life, or need to talk to someone, we offer a variety of behavioral support tools and services to help ensure you get the support that works best for you. These include:

Download the toolkit for more information now!

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Watch the recording of the April 21, 2021 webinar here. (Box login required.)