On Demand Presentations
Provided by SupportLinc, watch as many free, pre-recorded sessions on a variety of topics throughout the year. To view the presentation, you'll need to register an account with SupportLinc, however it is free and you'll have access to all their helpful EAP resources.
New Year's Resolutions
This presentation is designed to provide practical tips and resources to develop and maintain healthy goals and habits. Even though this class is meant for January 1st —everyday can be like January 1st for a fresh start.
Resilience is essential in a world where everyone feels pressure to produce more work of higher quality, with fewer people, in less time and with fewer resources. With challenges and demands in our personal lives as well, it is clear that we all must learn how to be change-proficient, cope with stress and other unexpected setbacks and overcome adversity. This presentation will provide individuals with the tools necessary to adapt to challenges and changes at home and at work, while helping them become more successful and productive and improving their overall sense of wellbeing.
Substance use, abuse, and addiction often have a powerful impact on people’s physical and mental health. Unfortunately, because there is so much stigma and misunderstanding of what addiction is, the majority of people with substance use/abuse issues do not get the support and resources they need. Attendees in this presentation will develop an understanding of the biopsychosocial aspects of addiction, how a person’s chemical use can impact others in their family or workplace, and resource and support options.
Connecting to others is essential for our own mental health. However, there can be a price to pay for this connection when we are impacted by others’ stressors. For many of us, our day-to-day jobs are not only physically exhausting but mentally exhausting. The presentation will guide you through what compassion fatigue is, the signs and symptoms and real-life strategies to combat it in your everyday lives.
Mental Health First Aid
Everyone suffers when mental health issues or other types of emotional distress are left unaddressed in the workplace. Fortunately, providing employees and supervisors with basic mental health first aid training helps ensure that employees who may be struggling get the help they need. In this training presentation, which can be tailored to either employees or supervisors, attendees will learn how to identify the signs of someone struggling with a mental health issue, connect with the person in a supportive and appropriate way and guide them towards the resources available to help them address and resolve the issue.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging. What they Really Mean
• Everyone suffers when mental health issues or other types of emotional distress are left unaddressed in the workplace. Fortunately, providing employees and supervisors with basic mental health first aid training helps ensure that employees who may be struggling get the help they need. In this training presentation, which can be tailored to either employees or supervisors, attendees will learn how to identify the signs of someone struggling with a mental health issue, connect with the person in a supportive and appropriate way and guide them towards the resources available to help them address and resolve the issue.
Dealing with Difficult People
Dealing with difficult people is something many people face as part of their everyday lives. Without the command of solid coping mechanisms, the stress of handling difficult people and tough situations can create a lack of productivity, poor attitude and reluctance to come to work. Attendees will learn how to deal with a wide range of challenging situations and take positive steps to turning problem relationships around.
Navigating Return to School
This presentation is a resource to help you address concerns your child may have returning to school, support family systems in becoming more resilient, and help you to identify your children’s mental health needs and ways to effectively connect with and support them. This is not designed to provide specific educational options for attendees as each family’s needs and options are unique.
Coping with Grief
Grief doesn’t only apply to experiencing a death, or loss of a family member, friend, or co-worker. This presentation addresses the many types of loss we can experience, the grieving process, and what happens when the process is interrupted, delayed, or complicated. It also provides tips for coping with grief as well as available resources and support.
Depression is more than feeling sad. While depression can be triggered by feelings of sadness or unhappy events/situations, it is a condition of brain functioning that impacts one's overall psychological status and ability to cognitively process, emotionally respond on general basis and navigate life. This presentation will go over the causes and symptoms of depression and how to effectively cope with it.
Holiday Survival Guide
We all have strong feelings about the holidays. For many, it’s a wonderful time of celebration, family gatherings and joyful times. For others, it's a time of sadness and feeling overwhelmed. In this presentation, attendees examine sources of holiday stress and learn strategies for coping and managing their emotions, time, relationships and finances. Share ideas for organizing holiday tasks, juggling holiday demands and look at the role of holiday traditions.
Healthy Workplace Relationships
For many people, work relationships are some of the most impactful in their life. Attendees will be given resources to help identify their existing strengths, both as individuals and as part of their various relationship systems, and ideas of how to continue to learn and grow.