PLAINVILLE, Conn. (July 18, 2023) – Danielle Daversa, LCSW, was named program manager of Wheeler’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP), a confidential counseling program that helps employers help their employees through counseling, referrals, training, and policy development. She comes to this position following the retirement of Program Manager,
Daniel Fallon, MS, LPC, CEAP.
“Danielle’s clinical and supervisory background, combined with her strong administrative experience, make her an excellent fit for this position,” said Sabrina Trocchi, PhD, MPA, president and chief executive officer, Wheeler. “She is a strong, knowledgeable resource for employers and the community.”
Prior to this role, Danielle was the program manager for Wheeler’s congregate care program, where she oversaw day-to-day operations and supervised clinical and supervisory staff to ensure successful implementation of program policies and therapeutic interventions. She also served as a clinician and integrated care clinician within Wheeler.
Before coming to Wheeler, Danielle was a permanency specialist for Klingberg Family Centers New Britain, where she recruited adoptive families and other lifelong resources for children in foster or congregate care across the state.
Danielle received her MSW from the Boston College School of Social Work, where she majored in Clinical Practice with a concentration in Children, Youth, and Families. She also received certificates in Trauma and Child Welfare. She received her BA in Psychology from Clark University.
Danielle Daversa, LCSW, new program manager, Wheeler EAP. A high-resolution photo can be found here.
About Wheeler EAP
Wheeler’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential counseling program that helps employers help their employees through counseling, referrals, training and policy development. In addition to traditional core EAP services, Wheeler offers specialty services such as executive coaching, human resources consultation, critical incident stress management and more. For information about Wheeler EAP, call 1.800.522.3271, or visit www.wheelereap.org.
Wheeler provides comprehensive solutions that address complex health issues, providing individuals, families, and communities with accessible, innovative care that encourages health, recovery, and growth at all stages of life. Our integrated approach to primary and behavioral health, education, and recovery creates measurable results, positive outcomes, and hopeful tomorrows for more than 50,000 individuals across Connecticut each year. Learn more at WheelerHealth.org.