These are difficult times and The Employee and Physician Assistance Program (EAP) is offering a series of online talks focused on supporting your emotional and mental health. We’ll discuss topics such as resilience, communication struggles, anxiety, uncertainty, and a whole lot more to help you manage this new world we find ourselves in.
- Check below for upcoming sessions. You can copy and paste links to your calendar.
- Call-in numbers are not available for this series.
- Watch past webinars by clicking on their titles. PPT
slides will not be shared.
August 19, 2021
Compassionate Communication in Trying Times
As leaders and co-workers, we need to refine our communication skills so that we are more compassionate, kind, and supportive of each other especially since we are still facing a lot of uncertainty regarding the pandemic, returning to work, and the state of our mental health. We discuss how we can be there for each other through connection and collaboration.
June 24, 2021
Holistic LGBTQI+ Health
Please join EAP, KP Pride, Behavioral Health, Transgender Care and KPLibrarians for a panel discussion on the provision of care to members of the LGBTQI+ community, including mental, physical, sexual, and reproductive health. All are welcome.
May 24, 2021
Leading the Recovery of your Teams’ Mental Health
Everyone’s mental health has been impacted since early 2020 and it’s important to acknowledge the different places you and your employees might be mentally and emotionally. As we continue the journey through the pandemic and significant socio-political changes, we’d like to share resources and call out actions that you -- leaders at every level -- can utilize to help yourselves and your employees rebound from all that we’ve experienced.
April 22, 2021
Addressing Anti-Asian Racism and Violence Impacting Our Communities
This country remains affected by discrimination and xenophobia. Recently, there has been a rise in violence against Asian-Americans in our communities, and our Asian-American families, friends and coworkers continue to be victimized with racism. Please join our speakers who will help us understand the history of anti-Asian American behavior, the impact that racist and violent acts can have on our mental health, and how this knowledge and awareness can be a pathway to a better world for everyone.
February 25, 2021
Trauma and Everything Else: Healthy Ways to Manage the Effects of the Pandemic on Our Mental Health
As hope lies ahead for a new and better normal from the pandemic, we may finally have a chance to stop and regard the impact on ourselves and others. Please join our expert panel of physicians and mental health experts who will help us reconcile the trauma that has affected us, explain how changing our thinking can help us grow as we move forward, and offer things we can do to mentally and emotionally transition forward.
January 28, 2021
We're Almost There: How to Make it Across the Finish Line with a Healthy Mind, Body and Spirit
So far, 2021 doesn’t seem much different, but new changes are bringing hope. Join us for a discussion with experts from EAP, Spiritual Care, and Behavioral Health who will share ways we can stay the course just a little longer and get ready for a brighter future.
November 5, 2020
Taking Control: Moving Forward in the Face of Change
In the last 7 months, we've been dealing with an astounding amount of change that has impacted our lives and worn us down emotionally and psychologically. As we enter into the holiday season and a New Year that is still uncertain, let's take a moment to reflect on how changes have impacted us and focus on moving forward successfully.
October 22, 2020
We've Lost a Lot: Coping with the Loss of Loved Ones and the Way Things Used to Be
So much has changed this year, but more importantly, there’s so much that we can’t do or have missed: traveling, outside entertainment, dinner with friends, worship services, graduations, birthdays, weddings, and even funerals. We’ve adapted, but have we let go of the sadness? Learn how to process the grief we feel and move forward with hope.