Online Seminar Information

Available anytime, any day, your Employee Assistance Program is a free, confidential program to help you balance your work, family, and personal life.

Self-Care: Remaining Resilient - February 2018

Being your own best friend
At times we all are too hard on ourselves, trying to live up to unrealistic expectations or making poor choices that impact our physical or mental wellbeing.  

But that shouldn’t be the norm. Practicing self‐love has the power to make you feel worthier to accept the love of those around you. Let your Employee Assistance Program help you to find ways to be your own best friend.
Learn to identify ongoing symptoms of stress and how to find a healthy approach to the demands of work and home.

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Embracing a multicultural workplace
Each member of the workforce brings unique skills, background, and experience vital to the successful organizations. A diverse workforce is a rich source of creativity and problem-solving.

A multicultural workplace brings together a variety of ethnicities, races, religions, genders, and abilities. Organizations that address the challenges and embrace the positive impacts of multiculturalism are more likely to succeed and grow. By taking advantage of the wide variety of viewpoints that multiculturalism provides, organizations make room for more thoughtful decision making, innovation, and creative thought. Your Employee Assistance Program can provide guidance, information, and resources to help you embrace the multicultural workplace.

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Gratitude Adjustment - November 2017

The Mind-Body Connection
Keeping the body relatively calm is crucial to well‐being and optimal health. Becoming aware of how your body feels when it is under stress is important to maintain a relaxed and calm state.

Research has shown that people who express gratitude are happier, have better relationships, are more likely to exercise and eat healthfully, and have improved immune function. Simple acts of gratitude like keeping a gratitude journal, telling others how much you appreciate them, and volunteering can all provide powerful benefits in your mood and health. Your Employee Assistance Program can help you find ways to express your gratitude.

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Information Overload - On Demand

TMI - Find your way to the right resources
Managing the enormous amount of information that is thrown at us is difficult. Understand what contributes to information overload and apply tips and tools for effectively managing information.

It is estimated that more information has been created in the last 10 years than was created in all of humankind before that. All of this information is constantly coming at us in the form of texts, tweets, e‐mails, and videos. But how to sort through it all? Your Employee Assistance Program is a great place to start. Our consultants can help you find the information on search engines, online resources, local libraries, and our own website.

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Saying Goodbye - On Demand

Bereavement: Coping With Loss
Grief and loss trigger conflicting emotions. Explore your own reactions to loss, from a death to divorce. Learn why some people are stuck in a “grief rut” as you discuss more healthy ways to grieve.

Losing someone or something close to you can bring up deep feelings of grief and sadness. The death of a loved one, divorce, or other event is typically followed by a period of grieving. The idea of honoring that grief process refers to both your own personal grief and that suffered by those around you. A grieving person must be given the space to heal in his or her own time. Your Employee Assistance Program is available to help you understand the process of grief and healthy ways to respond to it.

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MIXOLOGY - On Demand

Managing in a Multigenerational Workplace
Identify the characteristics and key motivational factors of each generation. Explore commonalities and discuss differences to build strong teams while bridging the generational gap.

Multigenerational workplaces allow employees the opportunity to learn skills specific to a variety of age groups. Younger employees may be more adept at using technology, while older workers have a better grasp on traditions and company history. Mixing older and younger people provides opportunities for both to mentor each other and contribute to an organization’s success. Your Employee Assistance Program can help with resources and information on how to thrive in a multigenerational workplace.

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Creating supportive environments for children - On Demand

Raising Well‐Adjusted Kids
Review the current research and science behind raising well‐adjusted kids. Learn tips to foster positive mental health in the children and teens in your life.

Safe and supportive environments at home, school, or child care are crucial for a child’s healthy development. Children who have healthy relationships with parents, teachers, and caregivers are more likely to thrive both emotionally and physically. Without them, children can experience stress just like adults, and that inhibits their ability to learn and threatens their self‐esteem. Your Employee Assistance Program has information and resources to help raise your children in supportive environments.

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Staying Power - On Demand

Resilience skills for caregivers
Caregivers often take on the emotions of those they help or rescue. After understanding how compassion fatigue can develop, you’ll learn specific strategies to reduce stress and to develop resilience.

Caregivers spend so much time seeing to the needs of others that they have a tendency to neglect their own physical, spiritual, and emotional health. This can lead to feelings of sadness and anxiety, difficulty in relationships, and medical problems. Resilience, the ability to handle stressful situations and move beyond them, is vital for a caregiver’s overall well-being. Your Employee Assistance Program can help with tools and resources to increase your staying power.

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Accentuate The Positive - On Demand

Taking a more mindful approach
It’s not negative thoughts themselves that are the issue; rather, it’s when we believe those negative thoughts. Learn how to gain control over negative thoughts and turn them into positive ones.

Research into the power of positive thinking has shown that it helps reduce stress, fight depression, enhance coping skills, strengthen resistance to the common cold, and increase your life span. Maybe the best news about positive thinking is that it can be a learned skill. Learning to recognize negative thinking, participating in positive self-talk, surrounding yourself with positive people, and regular exercise are all ways to become more positive. Let your Employee Assistance Program help you to discover new ways to accentuate the positive.

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Ignite A Spark - On Demand

Expand your life through creativity: Creativity 101
“Creativity is putting your imagination to work, and it's produced the most extraordinary results in human culture”—Ken Robinson. Learn how to tap into your creativity and ways to apply it in both your personal life and your work environment.

Creativity is not just for the artist. Using the left side of your brain can actually make you happier, less anxious, and more resilient. Working your brain in different ways can disrupt thought patterns and help it to grow and develop new paths to stress relief. Your Employee Assistance Program can help you find outlets for your creative streak. That stroke of paint may help you spark your creative side and put your mind in a different frame.

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Mind Your Money - On Demand

Maintaining Personal and Fiscal Resiliency During Tough Economic Times
Learn how to develop a “stress plan” to visualize a more positive financial future. Understand the process of prioritizing your needs and exploring the full extent of your assets

Financial worries are the most common source of stress globally, but few people have an understanding about how their money works. Becoming financially literate is the best way to avoid problems with credit and debt, and to save for big purchases or a comfortable retirement. Your Employee Assistance Program can assist you with a full selection of financial articles, tip sheets, financial calculators, and other tools to help you get the answers you need.

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Making and Breaking Tradition: Doing the Holiday your way - On Demand

Is stress getting in the way of your holiday enjoyment? Explore ways to minimize the tension and increase the fun for all involved.

The holidays are a time rich with family tradition. But what if your family doesn’t fit that traditional image? It’s time to let go of the stress of trying to create the perfect holiday and form traditions of your own. Your Employee Assistance Program is here to help with information and resources to help you do the holiday your way.

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Know Your Numbers - On Demand

Find out which health screenings are most important for you and what those numbers mean.

We have more health information at our fingertips than ever before, but what do all those numbers mean? You need an MD to make sense of your HDL, LDL, and BMI. Understanding your health screening results is key to wellness. We have resources and information to help you make sense of it all. Let your Employee Assistance Program help you add your numbers up to better health.

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Changing Relationships: You and Your Aging Parent/Relative - On Demand

Learn how to access care options and communicate productively with aging adults who can no longer live independently.

Caring for an aging adult requires a variety of duties like food shopping, transportation to appointments, grooming, housekeeping, and bill paying. Caregiving can bring with it a great deal of stress, especially if the caregiver has other family commitments or is working outside the home. A collaborative effort between family members and service providers can lighten the burden. Let your Employee Support Program help your family work together to care for an aging adult

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