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Associate Director of EAP
Ada Robinson-Perez, LMSW
Ada has extensive experience working with the New York State Office of Mental Health (NYSOMH) at the Elmira Psychiatric Center as an intensive case manager with children and families. In addition, her work with NYSOMH extended into disaster relief efforts, community safety training, union leadership and as chair of the Cultural Competence/Diversity Committee. An adjunct faculty member with Keuka College in its Social Work Department for five years, she earned her bachelor's degree in social work from Marist College in 1997 and her MSW from Syracuse University in 2001, and is a New York Licensed Master Social Worker.
Mary Ellen Niefer, M.Ed., C.A.S.
Mary Ellen holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Oneonta State College and a master's degree in counseling and human development from St. Lawrence University. She worked as a school guidance counselor for 14+ years before joining EAP at Binghamton University. Mary Ellen's areas of interest and expertise include children and family issues, legal referrals, mental health counseling, and physical health and wellness initiatives.
Diane S Campbell, M.A.
Diane Campbell holds a M.A. degree in Education along with a B.A. in Social Relations and French Literature from Colgate University. With over 20 years experience with the Binghamton University Employee Assistance Program, Diane retired from the university in 2010 and has happily returned to the Employee Assistance Program in September 2013 as a part-time coordinator. Diane's expertise and interests include mental and physical health, work/life balance, community resourcing and employee health and wellness.
The EAP Committee is composed of University union and administrative area representatives who oversee the Employee Assistance Program. Learn more about the EAP Committee.
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Please Make an Appointment
Please make an appointment to see an EAP coordinator for assessment and referral counseling services. The EAP office also has a lending library; to request materials from the library, please contact the EAP office at 607-777-6655/6650 or firstname.lastname@example.org.