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Live Well: Living with Change

Allied Health Professions Building

3437 Caroline St
St. Louis, MO 63104
United States

Join your SLU colleagues for the next Live Well session, “Living with Change,” presented by SLU’s Employee Assistance provider, ComPsych. The session will take place from 11 a.m. till noon, Thursday, April 13, in the Multipurpose Room (third floor) at the Allied Health Building.

Whether going back to school or changing careers, starting a family or retiring, change brings both opportunities and turmoil. In today’s fast paced world, change has become a constant. Even when we are able to see the advantages of change, it can be hard to say goodbye to what’s changing.

In this workshop, participants will identify areas of resistance to change in their life, learn the stages of transition, and develop an action plan for dealing effectively with change.

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Upcoming Sessions:

  • Bringing Out the Best in Others | Thursday, May 25 | 11a.m. - noon | Busch Student Center, Room 251 | Register online 
  • Learn How to De-Stress with Music | Thursday, June 15 | 11a.m. - noon | Allied Health Building Multipurpose Room | Register Online

About Live Well: Live Well is part of our Employee Wellness program for SLU employees. Live Well is run through HR with the purpose of addressing personal, spiritual, and financial well-being. Speakers include SLUCare physicians, faculty, staff, and outside partners who volunteer to share their expertise. The program is offered monthly for one hour (11a.m. - noon) and sessions are intended to be educational and interactive with audience participation. Attendees are eligible to receive 35 Vitality Points.

About the Employee Assistance Program at SLU: Saint Louis University is concerned with the well-being of its staff members and their families and is aware that personal problems can influence job performance. Staff members, their family members, or any member of the staff member's household are encouraged to contact the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). EAP services can be helpful for many types of personal and interpersonal problems such as: marital/family conflicts, emotional concerns, alcoholism/drug dependency, post-traumatic stress, eldercare issues, financial difficulties and legal dilemmas.

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Thursday, 13 April, 2017

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HR Learning & Development

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