The UT Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is designed to provide free, CONFIDENTIAL assistance to help employees and their families resolve problems that influence their personal lives or job performance. Spouses and dependent children of employees also qualify for EAP benefits.
The program is available to all benefits-eligible UT employees and their immediate families. The state EAP provides free short-term counseling, financial counseling, and brief legal advice for regular employees scheduled to work at least 75% (30 hours per week) time. Seminars are also available throughout the state.
This month, the July EAP newsletter focuses on resiliency and adjusting to life's challenges. We have included tips on how to enhance your resilience and tips to manage change such as:
Tips for Active Change Management – Each of us can change how we handle challenging situations. This article provides tips on adapting and responding to change.
Be Ready for and Cope With Change – Changes are a part of life. We explore ways you can be more prepared it.
Adjusting to Life's Challenges - When you or a loved one experience a change, it can be challenging. We give you some proactive steps you can take to better roll with the punches.
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