Guiding Our Children Towards Resilience in an Ever-changing World
At times like these, amidst our shock, grief and fear, we need to be mindful of the impact such events have on our children. As a parent, you may wonder with so much uncertainty and tragedy in the world, how do we as parents protect and foster the resilience of our children? Join Partners EAP for a 30-minute webinar on Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 1:30 PM...
Destructive Hurricanes and Earthquakes
These natural disasters have devastated parts of the world, impacting many with family and friends in the areas. Thinking about our personal coping techniques is important when world-wide or local events touch our lives. Learn about how to help...
Use Care When Discussing the Las Vegas Horror with Children
Parents should monitor children's exposure to media depictions of the Las Vegas tragedy and make sure they are in a calm state of mind when they discuss the matter with their children. It’s important to focus on the rescue efforts and other faith-restoring aspects. Be clear that the world for the most part is a safe place...
Managing Your distress in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting
You may be struggling to understand how a shooting could occur and why such a terrible thing would happen. There may never be satisfactory answers to these questions. We do know, though, that it is typical for people to experience a variety of emotions following such a traumatic event...
National Disability Employment Awareness Month: Inclusion Works
The EAP recognizes Inclusion Works which celebrates the contributions of workers with disabilities and educates about the value of a diverse workforce inclusive of their skills and talents...
National Depression Screening Awareness Month
Many Americans will have depression that requires treatment at some point in their lives. Have you experienced symptoms that lead you to believe you may benefit from treatment? Take a free anonymous screening today...
Did you know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
Abuse knows no boundaries – it can occur among people of all races and socio-economic classes. If you need help, have questions, or are worried about the safety of someone close to you, the EAP can provide support so you are not alone...
October is the ADHD Awareness Month
“Knowing is Better” is the theme for 2017. Living with ADHD undiagnosed can lead to a life of underachievement and frustration. It’s better to know that you have ADHD so you’re able to arrange the appropriate accommodations in school or the workplace...