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Bonnie Steich, MA, LPC, ACS, NCC, Named Director of Penn Foundation’s Employee Assistance Program

Bonnie Steich, MA, LPC, ACS, NCC

(SELLERSVILLE, Pa.) – Bonnie Steich, MA, LPC, ACS, NCC, has been named Director of Penn Foundation’s Employee Assistance Program. She succeeds Karen Williamson, MS, LPC, NBCC, who is retiring after 29 years with Penn Foundation.

“We are pleased that Bonnie will take over the leadership of our Employee Assistance Program,” says Wayne Mugrauer, president and chief executive officer of Penn Foundation. “Bonnie’s knowledge of our EAP program, coupled with her extensive management and teaching experience, will help the team continue to thrive and to serve the more than 80 local businesses who have entrusted us with the care of their employees.”

Steich has 29 years of experience in behavioral health. She joined Penn Foundation in 2010 as a part-time mobile therapist with the Wrap Around program. She transitioned to part-time work as an EAP counselor in 2012 and then took on a full-time role in 2018. Prior to joining Penn Foundation, Steich worked in various positions at the Biblical Theological Seminary Graduate School of Counseling, including interim director and adjunct professor. She earned her graduate degree in counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary and her undergraduate degree in psychology from Penn State University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She is also an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Steich is an active member of the American Counseling Association. She resides in Collegeville.

About the Employee Assistance Program
For 40 years, Penn Foundation’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) has been a proactive business tool used by area companies to help their employees handle life challenges while at the same time reducing absenteeism, increasing retention, saving money, controlling costs, and maximizing employee productivity. Member companies benefit from trainings and crisis support, counseling and psychiatry services, and Human Resources and management support. The primary goal of EAP is to ensure the mental health of a company’s employees so that they can consistently and effectively contribute to the company’s growth. To learn more, visit www.pfeap.org.