Mental Health Professionals Need Self-Care, Too

Those who take care of others also need to take care of themselves. It’s like putting on your oxygen mask first. This post offers tips and insight.

The Healing Power of Connections

As more people become vaccinated and restrictions ease, it will become safer to reconnect with those outside our household. Healthy connections are vital for improving our emotional well-being.

Not All EAPs Are Equal

To benefit from an employee assistance program, employees first need to know they have it. To build this awareness, make sure your EAP provides an orientation and ongoing communications.

Women and the Pandemic: A Crisis Within a Crisis

Studies show that the pandemic could wipe out 25 years of increasing gender equity, which poses a risk of reverting to 1950's stereotypes.

Zoom Fatigue

Yes, it’s real—and discussed in academic publications. This post explains what you need to know about Zoom fatigue and steps you can take to reduce its impact.

Effective Communication Helps Increase Safety and Decrease Frustration

A lack of information can easily lead to frustration and escalating tensions. To remedy the situation, effective communication is sometimes the best medicine.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Not Just a Black and White Issue

The pandemic shed new light on our country’s systemic racism. To move forward, we need to recognize each other’s humanity and learn from our past. EDI training can help.

Hindsight: Our favorite blog posts from 2020

What does it all mean? Perhaps the greatest lesson from 2020 is that we need to reach out and support each other. This ebook offers more insights from the experts on workforce resilience.

So Close and Yet …

For some of us, the final months of the pandemic can be the most challenging. Keep in mind that reaching out for help provides hope and healing.

Coping with Vaccination Fear and Frustration

The COVID-19 vaccine provides a sense of hope and relief—especially for those who can get them. For others, this opportunity remains a long way off. Which reveals, once again, systemic inequities.

One Day at a Time: A Resolution for 2021

Some people think resilience is a strength that comes from within. We say resilience comes from many sources, including asking for help.

Is It Spring Yet?

It’s common to feel down and lethargic this time of year. But if your symptoms are interfering with your everyday life, you may have seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. Here’s what you need to know.