Far West Family Services EAP

Call 206-682-8149 or 1-800-398-3440



Getting Started


Getting started is easy. Call the scheduling office to start a brief intake process. Once your file is set up, the scheduler will gather some information about what brings you or a family member in for counseling. This will greatly aid the selection process for your counselor. It is important to us that you have a good fit, so we do this process only on the phone and not through email, texting,  or online. We guarantee you a good match, so if you do not feel a good fit with your counselor, please call us back so that we can make another match for you. You will start over with all your sessions. For more information on our counselors, go to Our Therapists.


Make an Appointment

Call the scheduling office to make an initial appointment or to cancel or reschedule an existing one.

Scheduling Office:



"I feel [my counselor] was truly interested and invested in me and helped me resolve any of the internal conflicts I was struggling with. I wish I could have her around all the time but I know the time we have worked together has changed me for the better."


          ~ 21-year-old client


In-Person Counseling


Your employer provides complete coverage for multiple counseling visits per year for you and your family. (Please see Eligibility information  on the Client Services page.)  There is no paperwork for you to complete, and there are no insurance payments, or pre-qualifications. Your sessions will be in person with one of our trained Master’s level therapists. These therapists are qualified to provide counseling and support regarding any mental health or personal issue. Some of the many topics we can help with are listed below.

w Family and parenting w Couples counseling w Divorce w Drugs and alcohol w Depression w Anxiety and panic w Anger management w Workplace issues w Life Coaching w Transition and change w Retirement adjustment w Thoughts of violence toward self or others w Gay and lesbian issues w Grief and loss w Suicide w Workplace tragedy w Coping with illness: cancer, chronic pain, long-term effects of injury, etc. w Aging parents w Postpartum depression, infertility, and miscarriage w Children: ADHD, troubles at school, anger management, depression, suicide, issues over divorce or death w Youth and young adults: anger, depression, alcohol and drugs, suicide, violence, apathy, underachievement, rebellion, poor grades, returning home