EAPA Lone Star

“The American Airlines EAP / the Journey from an Internal Model to a Hybrid”

  • 15 Feb 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Recovery Resource Council 2700 Airport Freeway (Hwy 121) Fort Worth, Texas 76111

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Speaker: John Tuttle, MSW

Topic: 

“The American Airlines EAP / the Journey from an Internal Model to a Hybrid”

Learning Objectives:

1.   Participants will learn more about the historic features of EAPs.

2.    Participants will learn the differences between internal and hybrid EAP models.

3.    Participants will learn the advantages and disadvantages of both models.

4.    Participants will develop a better understanding of moving from one model to another.

About the Speaker

John Tuttle is Lead EAP Manager on site for Optum (part of UnitedHealth Group) at American Airlines based in DFW. Prior to Optum, John was in house Lead EAP manager for American Airlines for over 27 years before its recent merger with US Airways.

As a practitioner, John’s specialty skills focuses on Mental Health Counseling, Psychology and Psychotherapy. Academically, he has also served as an Adjunct Faculty member for Oakton Community College and the College of DuPage near Chicago, Illinois for over 10 years at each institution.

John has been an active member of the Employee Assistance Roundtable. EAR is an organization of internally managed employee assistance programs from both private companies and non-profit organizations. John is also the current President of the EAPA Lone Star chapter.

A product of the Midwest, John graduated from Bluffton University in Ohio and achieved his post graduate work at the University of Illinois at Chicago.




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