Work-Life Workshops and Events
Coming Soon - MORE Pink LifeSaver LOCATIONS and DATES!
Eldercare Panel Presentation
3/18/2015 – Eldercare: Housing, Care and Supportive Resources; 12pm to 1:30pm; UMC 425
Lunch will be provided by Elevations CU - Please reserve your seat and lunch today at 303-492-3020.
Listen to a panel of local eldercare professional provide information on local resources, finding care in other states or communities, and accessing services for your older loved ones. Speakers will be on-hand to answer questions about qualifying for services, finding services, assessing level of care needed, and caregiver support.
Confirmed panelists - 3/18/15:
Catherine Kendall, Bright Horizons
Jacki Myers, City of Boulder Senior Resources
Heidi Marchi, Golden West Community
Emily Cooper, Boulder County Area Agency on Aging
Amelia Schafer, Alzheimer's Association
Representative, Sunrise Senior Living
Digging Deeper into Workplace Conflict: Triggers, Behaviors, Solutions
Tuesday, March 10, 2015; 12pm to 1:30pm; UMC 245
CURRENTLY FULL - PLEASE call 303-492-3020 to inquire about the wait-list for a future date (TBD).
Join us for a discussion of workplace conflict including strategies for self-reflection and self-management in order to reduce tension in the work setting. Facilitators will explore the conflict continuum, strategies for analyzing difficult interactions and/or relationships, and how to take control of workplace tension in order to create better outcomes.
Facilitators: This discussion will be facilitated by Tom Sebok and Jessica Kuchta-Miller of the CU-Boulder Ombudsman Program, and Paulette EnglandErickson and Janeen Haller-Abernethy of the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.
Finding Connection in Our Technological Age
3/19/2015, 12pm to 1pm, UMC 353
Check your phone and email frequently? Interested in learning how to deepen your connection with others without dependence on technology? Join Jessica Dallman, FSAP Intern, registered psychotherapist, and wilderness therapist for an hour-long lunch presentation. She will introduce research regarding the interplay of technology and relationships, lead experiential activities, and support a transition from a technologically-connected lifestyle to a relationally-connected lifestyle.
Earth Day Horticulture Therapy Workshop: Seeding Intentions and New Growth
4/22/2015, 12pm to 1pm, UMC 425
Are you considering the transitions that accompany springtime? Join Jessica Dallman, FSAP Intern, registered psychotherapist, and wilderness therapist and guest, Hannah Upham, LPC, art therapist, and horticulture therapist as they introduce concepts of horticulture therapy, engage in experiential activities, and provide you with ongoing activities and change-related metaphors to work with in your gardens throughout the rest of spring and summer. All materials will be provided.
Contact Tami Warren at Tami.Warren@colorado.edu to make your reservation.