UCL Occupational Health Service: Employee Assistance Programme webinar about building resilience
14 March 2013
This month’s Employee Assistance Programme
(EAP) webinar is on building resilience.
‘It's our reaction to pressure that determines if it will have a harmful impact on our health and well-being. Learn helpful tools and techniques to become more resilient to stress and pressure both at home and at work.’
When: 19 March 2013, at 12pm GMT (60 minutes)
Where: At your desk; log on to the EAP website (Username: UCL Password: employee)
Early registration is recommended. Space availability is on a first come, first serve basis.
Don’t forget that as a UCL employee, you have access to free, confidential assistance with any work, life, personal, or family issue. Any time, any day, you can contact your Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) for live assistance including short-term professional telephone counselling, resources, referrals, and information. This Service is available to our staff in the UK and across the globe in Qatar, Kazakhstan and Australia . It is free and no one need know that you have called. Choose the link above relevant to your country for contact details or contact the Occupational health Service at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Here is some feedback from users of the EAP services:
- The service is excellent. True compassion by the staff, a fantastic service
- I was at very low ebb when I contacted the EAP for counselling for work-related stress. From the first session I found that my mood improved and the counsellor gave me the opportunity to work through my issues and [develop] skills to manage my depression.
- All the staff were polite, understanding, caring and extremely helpful with their advice and very speedy with all their responses to my questions.
- Fantastic support and excellent links for subsequent support at the darkest point in my career.
- This service quite literally saved my life. I was at my lowest point and ready to end it and something made me text. Within minutes of my telephone counselling I had enough belief to continue fighting, me and my family owe this service everything.
Angela Graneek, Head of Occupational Health Services, Human Resources