Bob started CCA’s EAP in 1984 with a clear vision in mind: help people perform better at work, and you will help the organization succeed. Every organization, regardless of its product, service, or size, is comprised of and depends on its people. The people from one end of an organization to the other who think, create, build, serve, solve, make, manage, ultimately aspire to distinguish and advance themselves by advancing the organization.
Bob’s early experience in the business world as an accountant and sales person, combined with his later experience as a clinician and psychotherapist, led him to create CCA, an organization that understands that people drive performance. Investing in an organization’s best asset – its people – can yield real dividends.
CCA’s success can be attributed to Bob’s vision, and his commitment to highly responsive services coupled with great customer service. He started CCA with a passion for helping people and organizations, and the firm remains committed to that mission today.
Prior to founding CCA, Bob served as EAP Consultant and Counselor for a major national EAP; he was Director of an Adolescent Day Hospital for a major New York City medical center; served as a Probation Officer and Narcotics Parole Officer; and was a Field Instructor for the Hunter College School of Social Work.
Bob’s commitment to developing and maintaining industry standards for EAP care led him to found and publish two newsletters: The Human Resources Helpline and The Robert Levy Report on Employee Assistance, Bob helped raise the profile of EAP issues nationwide.
Bob holds an M.S. in Social Work from New York University and a B.S. in accounting from Queens College, City University of New York. He did his psychoanalytic training at the NPAP Psychoanalytic Training Institute. Bob is a member of the National Associate for Social Workers, the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, and the Society for Human Resource Management.