Programs & Services
As part of our effort to be of assistance to you and your staff group, EAP staff are available to make presentations on a variety of topics relevant to employees. You are welcome to request these programs by calling (920) 424-1078.
- Enhancing Workplace Communication
Improve your communication skills: listening, self-reflection and communicating completely. Co-workers need to communicate clearly and directly with one another to ensure productivity and improve job satisfaction.
- MBTI Team Building
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is used by corporations around the world to help team members better understand each other and themselves. Understanding differences and similarities in personality style will help individuals to maximize strengths and develop strategies for working more effectively with others.
Serving Students & Understanding Others
- Referring a Student to the University Counseling Center
- Multicultural Competence
- Understanding Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues
Personal Well-Being & Professional Development
- When Someone you Know is Going Through a Hard Time
Whether someone is struggling with a divorce, depression, substance abuse or a death in the family, people often ask, “How can I best help this person?” This program provides specific ideas on how to reach out when others are hurting.
- Parenting Teenagers: Challenge for Today
This program discussed methods of effective communication between parents and teens.
- How to Quit Smoking
- Beating the Blues
- After a Personal Loss
- Understanding Women's Health Issues
- Stress, Coping, Guided Imagery and Relaxation Techniques
- Exploring Your Career Direction: Tips, Tools and Techniques
Improving the Workplace Climate
- Coping with Job Stress: A Program for Employees
What is job stress and how does it affect you? Learn to identify the signs of job stress and the climate and personal factors that affect you. Strategies to reduce job stress will be discussed.
- Responding to Difficult People
What constitutes difficult behavior? Improve your ability to deal with difficult people. You will have the opportunity to practice these skills.
- Managing Anger in the Workplace
Whether dealing with your own frustration, an agitated student or an angry colleague, defusing anger in the workplace is a learned skill. Learn to respond in a calm, assertive and empathic manner that will maximize problem solving and minimize negative outcomes.
- The Employee Assistance Program, Services and How to Make A Referral to EAP.
- Transitions Life and Work.
A ten minute orientation to the services offered by the Employee Assistance Program. This presentation can be accompanied with a website visual.
In addition to the above programs, EAP offers the following services:
- Individual consultation on workplace and/or personal problems.
- Consultation to all employees regarding students they are concerned about and how to handle difficult students.
- Consultation services on Wellness and Life-Balance.
- Crisis Intervention.
- For further information or to request a program, please call Bette Craanen, University Services Associate, at 424-2061.