Announcements and Upcoming Events

 FEAP conducts seminars in association with Hoo's Well.  Hoo’s Well is the University of Virginia’s comprehensive wellness program. It is designed to help you get healthy and stay healthy by improving your general fitness and reducing your risk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other debilitating illnesses. Take part in taking care of yourself. Participate in the classes offered through this program to help you lose weight, improve your diet and nutrition, manage stress, and enhance your general health. The sessions affiliated with Hoos Well are notated in the schedule below:

The following seminars are free but registration is required. 
To register, email:   dds4e@virginia.edu 

 

From Toothless Grins to Public Meltdowns:  The Joys and Challenges of Parenting of Young and Elementary Aged Children
Presented by Monica Maughlin, LPC
Wednesday, August 27, 2014,  12 noon, North Tower Education room 6614

This seminar will show ways to use the everyday joys and stresses of parenting to help your child, and you, understand how emotional needs affect behavior and impact the parent/child relationship.  You will learn important parenting principles, and a few helpful ways to nurture your child's developing mind and relationship skills.

 

Getting Organized for Eldercare
Prsented by Brenda Wilson, LCSW, CEAP
Thursday, September 11, 2014,  3:30 - 5:00 p.m. North Tower Education Room 7614
In this session we will review the important legal, financial, medical, communication and resource areas pertinent for most elder caregiving situations. Plan to attend if you think you will one day be concerned about elder caregiving or if you are presently in that role.

Understanding Credit & Credit Scores
Thursday, September 18, 2014 12 noon - 1:00 p.m. North Tower Education Room 8614
Your credit is one of the most important things you have today. Join us to find out: what is a credit report and what goes into your credit score.  We’ll also discuss how you can establish, build and/or repair your credit and improve your credit score while using credit wisely.

 

A New and Wondrous World:  The Essence of Adolescence                 
Presented by Monica Maughlin, LPC
Wednesday, September 24, 2014, 12 noon, North Tower Education room 6614
We see the substantial changes in our teen’s physical appearance and behaviors, but we don’t always understand what is actually going on within them and how to address it.  This seminar will introduce and explain basic neurological and developmental changes occurring for your adolescent child, and provide some tips on helpful ways to adjust how we discipline, relate and engage with them.

 

Empowered Me
Presented by Anna Delong, LCSW, CEAP
Thursday, November 20, 2014   12 noon, North Tower Education room 8614

Often when we feel trapped or stuck in a negative cycle it is because we are locked into a frame of mind which highlights only what is outside of our control.  Just as it is naturally human to be imperfect, it is naturally human to have trigger points that "get on our last nerve" and set the stage for us to react in ways that perpetuate the very cycle we wish to break. There is great wisdom in learning how to focus on what is within our control when facing challenges.   How we choose to respond and what we choose to focus on does indeed make a difference.  If you are interested in learning how to shift your mindset, how to focus on what is within your control, and experience more success is breaking free from patterns and cycles you feel are unhelpful in your life, consider joining this seminar.  We will discuss tools and tactics to create an empowered perspective, identify realistic expectations and goals, and begin to understand how our peace, happiness and successes are ultimately impacted by our own choices, words and actions.

 

 

FEAP also offers seminars on a variety of Work/Life topics throughout the year for general employee groups and by request of departments.  To request a seminar for a work group, or for more information about upcoming seminars, please contact FEAP at 243-2643.