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Managing Anxiety as We Come Back Together

Aug. 9, 2021
Many employees are experiencing increasing anxiety with the change and uncertainty of coming back to campus in fall of 2021. Whether this anxiety is a familiar pattern or a new experience from the pandemic, this video outlines the types of anxiety and some tips for grounding, coping, effectively addressing concerns, and setting up supportive patterns.
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Navigating the Lingering Impact of Winter Storm Uri

Feb. 26, 2021
Campus has re-opened and the snow has melted from Winter Storm Uri last week, and yet for many of us the impacts continue to linger in many ways.

Importance of Leadership Communication Skills

May 5, 2020

During uncertain and fluid times, the need for strong, calm, trustworthy leadership is more important than ever. Research helps point to several ways that leaders — whether they are managers, deans, supervisors, or professors— can improve their communication skills to maximize trust and minimize stress and anxiety:


Managing the Stress of Social Distancing and Working Remotely

April 28, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to be a presence in our world, many of us continue to remain safely at home while trying to work. Our EAP counselors developed this handout that offers concrete options for continued supports to help you navigate the stress related to being physically distanced from others.

View the Managing Stress of Social Distancing Guide (PDF)