Health Coaching with Hilary London
Upcoming Health Coaching - Science 113 (Hilary's email email@example.com)
9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
October 8 & 22
November 5 & 19
December 3 & 17
January 14 & 28
February 11 & 25
March 10 & 24
April 7 & 21
May 5 & 19
June 2, 16 & 30
CIGNA, the University of Maine System’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is providing a free webinar
Cigna EAP Webcast seminars for October 2015. EAP seminars are one hour in length with a question and answer session at the close of each topic. All seminars take place on Wednesdays at 2pm EST. Attached are the EAP promotional pieces for the seminars including e-card messages and PDF flyers to share with management and employees. Registration information, live seminar broadcasts, and on-demand replays can be accessed directly at our seminar portal: http://www.media-server.com/m/
The seminar power points are available for download at the registration site, simply by clicking on the link in the promotional pieces attached or scanning the QR code. Remember, the seminars take place via webcast only, andreplay information will be available starting two hours after the live session.
Balancing Work and Personal Life - Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 2pm EST
You’ve got a family you love, amazing friends, and a demanding job – and they all want part of your life. But it feels like giving to one means taking from another. In this seminar, we’ll discuss strategies that can help you fit the pieces together, explore what balance means to you and start a plan to achieve it.
Keeping the Peace: Managing Family Conflict - Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at 2pm EST
From minor disagreements to full-blown shouting matches, conflicts in families can be a common occurrence. In this seminar, you’ll learn new strategies to handle disagreements, build an understanding of resolution styles to avoid hurt feelings and anger, and get tips on how to “fight fair.”
Know the 10 Signs: Alzheimer’s– October 30th at 12pm and 2pm Eastern
You already know that eating right and regular exercise are great for your body. But did you know they can also keep your brain healthy? Intellectual stimulation and social activity may also be just as important for brain health as you age. Your Employee Assistance Program can provide you with resources and information on brain development and health at any age.
On behalf of your EAP account team,
Have a safe and happy fall season!