It is good for your mental health to take breaks from work. Summer is a good time to do that. Even a few days away from the office can be helpful.
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The EAP will is in the process of creating a Support Group for people who have experienced trauma in their lives. Trauma comes in many different forms: abuse, neglect, bullying, war, accidents, sudden loss of a support system, etc. The group will focus on the recovery part of the trauma. It will be held during lunch time in the EAP. If you are interested in knowing more about this group, please contact Maureen at email@example.com or call her at 667.214.1560.
What is Reiki?
is a form
of therapy that uses simple hands-on, no-touch, and visualization techniques, with the goal
of improving the flow
of life energy
in a person. Reiki (pronounced ray-key
) means “universal life energy”
in Japanese, and Reiki practitioners are trained
to detect and alleviate problems
of energy flow
on the physical, emotional, and spiritual level. Reiki touch therapy
in much the same way
to achieve similar effects that traditional massage therapy
is used—to relieve stress and pain
to improve the symptoms
of various health conditions.
Reiki claims to provide many of the same benefits as traditional massage therapy, such as reducing stress, stimulating the immune system, increasing energy, and relieving the pain and symptoms of health conditions. Reiki is a gentle and safe technique, and has been used successfully in UMMC and other hospitals. It has been found to be very calming and reassuring for those suffering from severe or fatal conditions. Reiki can been used by doctors, nurses, psychologists and other health professionals to bring touch and deeper caring into their healing practices.
Reiki was developed in the mid-1800s by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese scholar of religion. According to the story that has been passed down among reiki teachers, Usui was a Christian who was intrigued by the idea that Christ could heal sick people by touching them with his hands. Searching for clues that would explain the secrets of healing with hands, Usui made a long pilgrimage around the world, visiting many ancient religious sects and studying ancient books. Some reiki teachers claim that Usui found clues leading back nearly 10,000 years to healing arts that originated in ancient Tibet.
If you are interested in trying Reiki, please call the EAP to make an appointment at 667.214.1555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The EAP will host a Grief Support Group for the campus community who have lost loved ones. The group will meet at lunch time in the EAP. It is free and confidential. The group will be held in the Fall, 2017. Please call 667.214.1555 to register and to get further details.
The EAP has held Grief Support Groups in the past and all have been well received. This Fall, we will start a new Grief Support Group. It will be held during the lunch hour so people can bring their lunches if necessary. It will run October 9- December 11, 2017. If you are interested in learning more about the group or to register, please call us at 667.214.1555 or email email@example.com
Neurofeedback helps your brain be more efficient. It improves sleep, promotes focus and concentration as well as relaxation, all at the same time.
Many EAP clients are already aware of the neurofeedback training Maureen McCarren has provided in the EAP. Maureen was recently trained in a new, improved way of doing neurofeedback. Much of this has become available lately because of better technology. If you are interested in training your brain to be the best it has ever been, contact Maureen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Coming soon to the EAP: A new financial program to help you with your money skills and your finances. Stay tuned! We will be introducing a new program in the next few weeks.
The EAP is tweeting! Find us @ummseap.
We have tweeted helpful information such as “Tips to Getting a Good Night’s Sleep” and “How to Dress for Work.” Join us!
Due to the fire in 419 West Redwood a couple of weeks ago, the EAP has been temporarily relocated to the Health and Human Services Library at the corner of Greene and Lombard Streets. Please call our main EAP phone at 667.214.1555 to schedule an appointment. You can also email us at email@example.com.
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