Chat and Cope, Tuesdays at 4 pm
Every Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm through June 30.
Join EAW Counselors, Heather Coate or Mike Bouck, for a weekly chat. All are welcome!
Chat and Cope, Thursdays at 8 am
Every Thursday morning at 8 am through June 25.
Join EAW Psychologists, Heather Nash or Ann Collier, for a weekly chat. All are welcome!
Meet Me at the Water Cooler!
Remote working have you feeling disconnected from your team? EAW may be able to help! We are running short, weekly team building sessions for departments during the COVID-19 crisis. Contact us at 928-523-1552 for more information about the Meet Me at the Water Cooler series.
Art as Therapy: Using Mandalas to Manage Stress – workshop full
Led by Dr. Ann Collier, EAW Psychologist and Artist
Friday, May 29, 1 – 2pm
Research has shown that mandala coloring and drawing can decrease stress and improve well-being. In this workshop, we will review why and how this simple but impactful activity works and then we will create together! Please have available your preferred drawing materials (like markers, paint, watercolors, colored pencils) and look out for an email with templates.
Please watch for the upcoming family friendly mandala making workshop in June.
Conflict Management, part XIX
Led by Shawnee McDowell, LCSW, EAW Counselor
Wednesday, June 3, 2:30 – 3:30 pm
This remake of the former “Conflict Reframed” workshop helps attendees view conflict as a normal and even a positive part of life and relationships and provides concrete skills on how to deal with conflict. This workshop also specifically addresses how the current pandemic might challenge us to unite rather than divide, and to respect differing opinions of how to deal with COVID-19 in our personal and professional relationships.
Register for this workshop at: Conflict Management workshop.
Mindfulness in Modern Times
Led by Mike Bouck, EAW Counselor
Tuesday, June 9, 8:30 – 9:30 am
Mindfulness is more than just a buzzword. These time-tested practices have brought peace and wisdom to human beings for millennia in various spiritual traditions. Contemplative practices are part of non-sectarian life and now, more than ever, we need tools to help us survive, navigate, and even thrive in our circumstances. Come learn the foundations of secular mindfulness meditation and specific ways to integrate these practices into your daily life.
Register for this workshop at: Mindfulness workshop.
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