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Employee Assistance Seminars

Employee Assistance Seminars

We offer a diverse range of topics designed to effectively engage attendees. Our developed network of qualified facilitators are dedicated to your organizational training goals.

Topics subject to change.

Avoiding Job Burnout

In this seminar participants will learn the potential causes of job burnout and how to reduce their chances for burnout by better managing internal and external boundaries.More Info

Conquering the Winter Blues

This seminar defines both winter blues and seasonal affective disorder, including how to tell the difference.More Info

Diversity: Equity & Inclusion

This seminar focuses on strategies to foster a more inclusive workplace for every employee and discusses individual and company-wide skills to implement these changes. More Info

Employee Orientation

The presentation will explain the EAP benefits available to the employee and their eligible dependents.More Info

Intro to Emotional Intelligence

This workshop will define emotional intelligence and discuss the importance of managing emotions in the workplace. More Info

Resilience & Mental Flexibility

Resilience is a word we often hear but it can be difficult to define. This seminar focuses on understanding how it is defined and what skills can be learned to improve it.More Info

Suicide Prevention in the Workplace

This training equips people in everyday situations to observe and intervene when someone is struggling.More Info

Conflict Resolution

A conflict can occur when individuals have mutually exclusive goals and are unwilling to move from their respective positions. More Info

Customer Service

Promoting and educating employees about customer service can lead to outstanding word-of-mouth advertisement, existing customer retention and loyalty, new business referrals, and cooperative, appreciative, productive employees. More Info

Interpersonal Effectiveness

This seminar will explore how everything we do is a form of communication, including not communicating. More Info

Plain Language and Digital Communication

We communicate at work through digital mediums every day, and in some cases more than in-person.More Info

Compassion Fatigue

Compassion fatigue happens when you care about other people who have been experiencing significant challenges, and you feel or responsible for helping. More Info

Holiday Stress

Holidays can often become a more stressful than pleasant time. Learn about your stressors and discover how to lower your stress level for a better holiday.More Info

Managing Stress and Anxiety During Uncertain Times

Managing stress and anxiety during periods of uncertainty and constant change in our personal and professional lives can be challenging. More Info

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Self Compassion

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction is an evidenced-based intervention that helps with numerous symptoms, including depression and anxiety.More Info

Stress Management

Managing all of the different stressors in life is a challenge.More Info

Time Management

This presentation will discuss and explore basic time-management strategies. More Info

Working in a Changing Environment

In an organizational culture of constant change, adapting can be challenging. More Info

Coping Strategies for Caregivers

Caregivers face multiple stressors. This seminar will discuss common caregiver struggles.More Info

Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child

Raising an emotionally intelligent child can be a challenge. More Info

Work/Life Balance

In today’s busy society, balancing work and life is a common challenge. More Info


Selling yourself on a job is key and a resume is a tool to getting your foot in the door.More Info

Self-Awareness: Finding Value In
Our Work

This training focuses on using emotional intelligence to gain a deeper understanding of our relationship to our job and career with the hopes of improving our connection with our work and finding value in it.More Info

Digital Detachment

The average American spends more than half of their waking lives staring at a screen. TMore Info

Eating for Mind and Body Health

Our food choices determine numerous aspects of our health. More Info

Healthy Habits for Longevity

The average American starts their day hitting the snooze button, skipping breakfast, checking email, and surfing the internet. If this sounds familiar, now may be the time to start making changes to support a healthier lifestyle.More Info

Healthy Heart, Healthy Mind

Our minds and bodies do not work independent of each other, and we need to stop thinking of these aspects of our health as separate entities. More Info

Healthy Sleep

This training addresses how stress impacts sleep along with key principles for getting better rest, including mindfulness and guided imagery.More Info

Tobacco Cessation

This seminar provides an overview of the resources available to anyone thinking of quitting or who have a loved one who is thinking of quitting. More Info

Wellness at Work

A healthy lifestyle has never been more important. However, due to long work days, complex workplace environments, competing obligations, and high stress, it can be difficult to achieve wellness goals.More Info

Whole Body Health

This seminar will focus on Nutrition, Movement, and Mindfulness. More Info

Drug and Alcohol Awareness

Substance use in the workplace is more prevalent than most people think, but it continues to be a stigmatized and misunderstood issue. More Info

1:1 Leadership Coaching*

One-hour, virtual leadership development coaching sessions with a leadership development specialist. More Info

Addressing Employee Burnout

This training is meant to provide leaders with tools to help notice the signs and symptom of burnout in staff, and how to address it both systemically and systematically. More Info

Managing Employees During Downsizing and Job Loss

Job loss can be something you have no control over. This seminar will review how loss impacts both employees and managers. More Info

Mental Health in the Workplace:
A Manager’s Role

This session is designed to increase awareness about mental health in the workplace and how to decrease stigma associated with getting help. More Info

Reasonable Suspicion Training

This training is designed for managers, supervisors or others who are in a position to identify a covered employee who may be in violation of the company’s substance abuse policy. More Info

Supervisor/Manager Orientation

Since supervisors are generally the first to identify and intervene with a troubled employee, we want supervisors and managers to be familiar with the variety of EAP services.More Info

Leadership 101

This interactive 4-hour training is designed for leaders of all levels. (this course is virtual-only)More Info

Mental Health Support & Response

This course provides the foundation of Mental Health Support & Response training. It also provides in-depth education on how to support an individual experiencing a mental health crisis and how mental health issues present in the workplace. (this course is virtual-only)More Info

Mental Health Support & Response: For Leaders

This module is designed for leaders in the workplace. It includes the foundation of Mental Health Support & Response. In addition, participants will explore their role as leaders in their workplace as it pertains to mental health as well as how leadership can shape and shift company culture. (this course is virtual-only)More Info


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Financial classes are provided by: Balance

30 Ways to Trim Your Budget

Stretching your budget is a necessary step to achieving your financial goals. More Info

After Identity Theft

If you’re a victim of identity theft or just want to stay prepared, this workshop is a must. More Info

Are You Financially Healthy?

In this workshop you will understand what it means to be financially healthy - which is so much more than the one score everyone asks you about today – your credit score. More Info

Basics of Personal Finance

From managing daily expenses to investing for retirement, this session helps participants set personal finance goals, learn the basics of smart money management, and build a solid financial foundation for the future.More Info

Becoming a Homeowner

Homeownership starts well before the contracts are signed. Preparation is one of the keys to a smooth home buying process.More Info

Breezing Through the Holidays

It may be called “the most wonderful time of the year” but December can also be filled with unwanted debt with holiday spending.More Info

Checking 101

A checking account is a foundational personal finance tool—when used correctly. More Info

College Financing 101

As the cost of college tuition continues to rise, parents wonder how they can afford to pay for higher education for children or themselves.More Info

Credit Card Makeover: Getting Out of Debt

Credit cards can be a great financial tool, but for some, can lead to debt and financial trouble. More Info

Digital Financial Services

Technology has made managing your money much more convenient. More Info

Drive Away Happy: Car Buying Decisions

Getting a car can be overwhelming and stressful with all the decisions to make: new or used; buy or lease; zero percent financing or rebate (not to mention what color to pick)More Info

FAFSA: The Key to Unlocking Financial Aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a government form that streamlines the financial aid process, which can help reduce your student loan burden.More Info

Federal vs. Private Student Loans

This workshop explains key differences between federal and private student loans, and compares eligibility, interest rates, repayment plans and more.More Info

Finances for New Families

Getting married. Having kids. These are natural progressions in life for many, but also present new financial situations and decisions to make immediately, and for the long term.More Info

Finances for Small Business Owners

Entrepreneurship is stronger than ever. This session covers all the financial aspects of starting and running a small business. More Info

Financial First Aid

A financial crisis can throw even the best money management plan into chaos. More Info

Financially Savvy Seniors

Retirement can be a great time for seniors if they are prepared financially. More Info

Identity Theft Solutions

Identity theft is becoming more common and sophisticated than ever.More Info

Investing in Real Estate

Investing in real estate can be a great way to boost income—if done wisely. More Info

Medicare: How it Works

For many, Medicare is a lifeline for receiving the medical services needed. To make the most of this federal health insurance program, it’s important to understand how Medicare works.More Info

On the Road to Riches

The Basics of Saving and Investing Investing is one of the smartest things consumers can do to secure a brighter financial future. More Info

Personal Finance for College Students

College education is a prime time for young adults to learn about finances and plan for their future.More Info

Planning for Money Milestones

There are many important financial milestones for consumers in their 20s and 30s.More Info

Psychology of Spending

We all have a “money personality” and it has a major impact on our attitudes, relationship with money, and spending habits. More Info

Raising a Money-Smart Kid

Earning money, spending and saving are important lessons children learn very early on in life.More Info

Rebuilding After a Financial Crisis

A job loss, a medical crisis, or other hardship can send a normal financial situation into a tailspin.More Info

Repaying Student Loans

Student loans can put a heavy burden on monthly finances, sometimes rivaling the cost of a mortgage.More Info

Retirement Planning Later in Life

It’s one of the most important financial considerations for anyone today. And as you get closer to retiring, it becomes more critical to have a solid plan of action.More Info

Retirement Planning: The Basics

Retirement is something most people look forward to, but may not have planned well in advance.More Info

Safeguarding Kids’ Identity and Online Privacy

Today’s youth generation is tech-savvy and connected online. However, parents still play an important role in helping them avoid online hazards such as identity theft, privacy and cyber-bullying. More Info

Avoiding Holiday Shopping Fraud

Huge sales, must-have gifts, and rushing for last minute items. When shopping between stores, we’re often so focused on the activities of the holiday season that we can easily be distracted from financial and identity exposure.More Info

Avoiding Tax Filing Fraud

W-2 documents, DOB and a Social Security number -- tax filing can expose a substantial amount of personal information.More Info

Battling Unemployment Fraud

As a ramification of COVID-19, both employers and employees have struggled with falsified unemployment benefits, such as notifications of awarded benefits, payment details, or ATM cards.More Info

Caring For the Elderly and Disabled

With a loved one who has any mental or physical condition limiting movement, senses, cognition or activities, we’re often so focused on what we can do to help, that we need a reminder of what services are already legally available.More Info

Data Breach Education

A company data breach can take a toll on both the infrastructure and employee body. In this class, we discuss company data breach life cycles and the cost to its victims.More Info

Estate Planning 101

Estate planning is the process of preparing for end-of-life concerns and taking control of your legacy. More Info

ID Theft Protection 101

Every two seconds someone becomes a victim of identity theft. Knowing how to protect our identities and who to contact when victimized can seem difficult and time-consuming, but we’re here to show the easy-to-follow stepsMore Info

Planning For Future Medical Decisions

By human nature, we tend to delay end-of-life decisions until it’s too late. More Info