President’s Message

Updated: July 23, 2020

Resources on Addressing Diversity
Inclusion in the Workplace

Fellow NC EAPAers!

This is a follow up to our commitment to provide resources as promised in our Social Justice statement. Please find resources below around addressing diversity and inclusion issues as well as related topics in the workplace. The information below is not an exhaustive list but, we hope is a great start in working with client companies to address these topics.

We hope it helps!
Stay Well & Sanitized!


Dr. Renee’ Evans
Your NC EAPA President

Diversity & Inclusion Consultants & Trainers

Institute for Anti-racism and Equity for Mental Health
Dr. Mazella Fuller
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Diversity & Inclusion/Leadership Development
Durham, North Carolina

Critical Perceptions
Daniel Edwards
Retired Law Enforcement Commander
Leadership Development/Diversity & Inclusion
Durham, North Carolina

Dr. Marvice Marcus
Licensed Psychologist
Diversity & Inclusion

Adaptive Challenge Consulting
Dr. Alan Mueller
Diversity & Inclusion/Leadership Development

Dr. Peggy Whiting
North Carolina Central University
Professor,& Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Grief & Loss

The majority of professionals listed above have conducted previous trainings for NC EAPA. This list is a resource list only. It does not in any way suggest a financial relationship with the above professionals. NC EAPA does not receive financial gain as a result of these professionals been contacted and secured by your company or entity. If interested in securing them for your organization, please reach out to them directly.  NC EAPA is not responsible for quality of services or services rendered by either entity.


Pwc has done great work. They have resources and guidance for businesses who want to support inclusive excellence:

This article discusses the hard labor intensive work of CDOs:

Resources as provided by: Winthrop University’s Office of Diversity & Student Engagement:

Race & Equity Resources for Professionals Working in Public Education & When Working with Children and Adolescents:

SHRM Resources:

Training on working with LGBTQ clients:

National Association of Social Work Resources:

Institute on Race, Equity, & Human Rights:

Teaching Tolerance:

Trainings on Racial Equity:

Great Resources by Wake County Public Schools, North Carolina:

Restructuring Your Organization:

Study Guide for Children:

Yale University Talk:

US Department of Labor:


Updated: April 10, 2020

Dear NC EAPA Family,

This is an unprecedented time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We, as a world, have been impacted in our professional and personal lives. Because our stamina is being challenged in varied ways, it is easy to experience frustration, hopelessness, compassion fatigue, and loneliness. I want you to know that NC EAPA is here for you as your professional association. I’m hoping that as fellow EA professionals that you too are taking good care of yourselves as you work to take care of everyone else!  As you continue to take care of others, let us take care of you by sharing these valuable resources below.

Please note that many professional associations are offering regular discussions for members to discuss updates regarding COVID-19 and resources for self-care and client care:

International Employee Assistance Professionals Association, as of April 8, 2020, is offering “Employee Assistance Conversations” every Wednesday at 12noon until further notice:

North Carolina Counseling Association is offering Open Forum Discussions in the wake of the pandemic to members:

Robert Douglas and Associates

SAMSHA Compassion Fatigue Article:

Very Good Resource for Young Children:

I know some of you are concerned about continuing education credit. Please note upcoming conferences/webinars below:


American Counseling Association Webinars

American Counseling Association (free CEU)

American Psychological Association

International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals

International Employee Assistance Professionals Association

North Carolina Psychological Association

North Carolina Society of Clinical Social Work

Please be on the lookout for NC EAPA’s annual conference in 2021 in coming months!

Be Well & Stay Sanitized.

Your NC EAPA President,


Dr. Renee’ Evans