Join us on Wednesdays! Virtual EAP wellness workshops

The Wellness Office continues to host weekly EAP live virtual workshops on Wednesdays with Q&A moderated by Nick Corne, EAP counselor, or on-demand recording available at the your convenience.

Zoom information is available on the Wellness webpage.  On-demand recordings are also available at your convenience at ERS/EAP.

Fermilab’s EAP counselor Nick Corne, x3591 or , or toll-free 800-292-2780. A counselor is available any time, any day, by phone or web and offers live assistance when you need it.


Wednesday, Sept. 9, 11:30 a.m.

Practicing Mindfulness to Rid Stress

Mindfulness, the practice of maintaining a moment-by-moment consciousness of our thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, and environment, through a calm, nurturing lens, that stresses that there is no “right or wrong” way of thinking, feeling or doing things and reflecting only upon the present moment can lead to greater perspective, and calm from life’s stresses. Join us to learn to effectively practice mindfulness.

Wednesday, Sept. 16, 11:30 a.m.

Emotional Composure

Emotions are a healthy part of the human experience. Acknowledging emotions and under-standing your personal stress style is the first step in beginning to control them.  In this highly interactive session, we will discuss a selection of customary stressors as well as techniques for exercising control over them.

Wednesday, Sept. 23, 11:30 a.m.

Understanding and Appreciating Generational Differences

In this session, we will recognize each of the four generations that are currently in the workplace, and explore the historical perspective, values, motivations, and gifts of each of the generations. Strategies for better relating to each generation and understanding how to best utilize the distinct talents and capabilities of each generation for successful collaboration will be discussed.

Wednesday, Sept. 30, 11:30 a.m.

Strategies and Adjustments for Maintaining and Stretching our Resilience

Adjustments are necessary everywhere right now.  We need to continue to adjust the way we manage our resilience in order to remain adaptable and well.