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Building Resilient People
Resilience is about thriving, not just surviving. It is a tool for participating as fully as possible in life - getting back on our feet even after life has thrown you a curveball.

Begin integrating more optimism into your everyday life.

Summer Safety: Are you keeping your kids safe?
Teaching your kids the proper ways to remain safe this summer!

If anxiety is interfering with your life or bothersome in ways that interfere with your relationships, your job and your happiness, seek some counseling and support.

You can use your Employee Assistance Program without anyone at work knowing.

Emotional Health
The awareness, understanding and acceptance of our feelings. Emotional wellness is a key element in maintaining a healthy balance in our lives and relationships. We are constantly changing and growing throughout the life span.

Alone for the Holidays
If you are planning to spend the holidays by yourself, be open to new ideas and opportunities to get in the spirit of the season. It is a great time to recharge your batteries and celebrate you!

Handling the Holidays
The holidays may be overwhelming. Here are some things to keep in mind when anticipating the holiday season.

How Do People Respond To Trauma?
The following reactions are often experienced by people during a traumatic event.

Helpful Tidbits
Here are some helpful tidbits of information that are good to know.

Six Steps to help you thrive during change.
Try these exercises during times of turmoil and you will be surprised at how much easier it is to adapt and thrive to change.

Unhealthy Dependencies
Addiction isn't simply confined to physical dependence on chemical substances, it can also involve an unhealthy compulsion to certain behaviors.

I'm Counting Sheep: I Can't Sleep!
We all have trouble sleeping sometimes. This can be for many reasons, depression, insomnia, fatigue or feeling anxious.

April is Stress Awareness Month

Four Domains of Emotional Intelligence
Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and manage your emotions, and the emotions of others.

In the Aftermath of Disaster: Tips forManagers

Thinking About Your Drinking
If you drink alcoholic beverages, even occasionally, you need to know the facts about alcoholism.

The Four Communication Skills
Communication is one of the most important forms of human interaction, but practicing it effectively is a skill that we have to develop.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month
What is Mental Health and what are the warning signs of problems?

Reduce Stress
Stress is a part of everyone's life. It is important to take some time to learn how to unwind. Here are some tips to reduce stress.

Giving Couples Counseling A Try

Resolving Coworker Conflicts

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Tips to Prevent Holiday Stress

Helping Children Cope with Disaster
Suggestions on how to help children cope with the effects of disaster, as well as how to be prepared before a disaster strikes.

Helping Children Cope After a School Shooting
In response to a school shooting tragedy, many children may have questions and concerns. The ICHOC offers the following suggestions to help guide parents, teachers, and caring adults to best support children who may be grieving, concerned, or troubled by the school shooting.

Hurricane Sandy Resources and Information

Aftermath of Disasters
Following a trauma, it is common to feel fear, anger, vulnerability, sadness and guilt.

Family Dinner: How Much Does It Matter?
New research raises questions about whether sitting down to a meal together is as valuable for kids as we thought it was.

Helping with WorkPlace Survivor Syndrome
Chances are you've felt the impact of a layoff, whether it's the loss of your own job, witnessing layoffs at your company, or just knowing friends and colleagues who are on the unemployment line.