Summer Camps and Activities
Planning summer care for your school age child can be very stressful and a significant financial commitment. Read some tips to help minimize your stress and organize your summer...
EAP Online Wellbeing Tool
EAP Introduces myStrength, a free, confidential online wellbeing resource available to Partners HealthCare employees and their household members. myStrength is easy to access via the web or on your mobile device. You can tailor myStrength to fit your needs, whether you want to improve your mood, manage stress, learn better sleep hygiene...
International Women's Day 2018: #PressforProgress
Each year International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8. This day is recognized worldwide to honor social, economic, cultural and political achievements by women. This year’s theme, #PressforProgress is a call to action to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive...
National Days of Unplugging - March 9-10, 2018
Take some time to connect with loved ones, have an uninterrupted lunch with a co-worker, or read a book to your child. It’s a great opportunity to create lasting memories, and possibly check something off your bucket list...
We tend to be quick to judge and criticize ourselves for various inadequacies or shortcomings. Self-compassion involves extending compassion to one's self during stressful times. It involves being kind to oneself amid challenging moments...
EAP Participates in White Ribbon Campaign to end domestic violence
The White Ribbon Campaign is an annual activity held at this time of year in Massachusetts and internationally that seeks to engage all men to work to end domestic violence against women and all gender based violence. Men have a role as fathers, spouses and partners, brothers and sons to speak up, work as allies with women and be active in stopping violence...
Rise above the Stigma #StateWithoutStigMA
It is important to remember that addiction is a treatable illness and we can all help to change common misperceptions about this disease. Addiction, or substance use disorder, is a brain-based, medically defined illness. Stigma can not only affect people’s self-esteem but can prevent those affected from seeking help. For more information about addiction and stigma ...