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ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: Dan Feerst, MSW, LISW is publisher of the EAPtools.com Web site and
general manager of DFA Publishing & Consulting, LLC. Dan Feerst
publishes customizable employee newsletters and customizable supervisor newsletters along with many other OD, HR, and EAP support training and education products. He began his employee assistance career in 1978 as a Social Science
Officer for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, Occupational
Alcoholism Program in Langley, VA, and since then has served as a staff
member or director for some of America's most well-known Employee
Assistance and Counseling Programs, including the Kennecott Copper
INSIGHT Employee Assistance Program, the U.S. Department of Agriculture
22 Agency EAP Consortium, and Arlington County Government and Public
Schools EAP in Arlington, VA. He has consulted with hundreds of small
businesses on helping employees, intervening with substance addicted workers,
and how to develop effective alcohol and drug-policies. Dan Feerst speaks nationally
and regionally, and has published extensively in employee assistance.
He was credited with the intervention model recommended for insertion
in the U.S. Small Business Administration's Drug-Free Workplace Kit for
Small Businesses by the Corporation Against Drug Abuse, a grantee of
the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dan Feerst also consults on the
subject of small business alcoholism/drug addiction intervention and
training families in the practical approach to non-facilitated, family
intervention. Dan Feerst is one most widely read EAP authors in the
United States with millions of employees and nearly 100,000 supervisors
reading his materials monthly. He is the author and founding publisher
of WorkLife Excel® newsletter, which was accepted as the official work-life newsletter for the 12,000 employees of the U.S. Congress. You can reach Dan Feerst at firstname.lastname@example.org. His phone number is 1-800-626-4327. See Dan's newsletter tips at is one-of-kind blog at Tips for Employee Newsletters and Productivity
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