EAP Workshops - Columbia

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Understanding Substance Use Disorders
Being in a relationship with someone who may have an addiction brings challenges. In this presentation you will learn about how substance use undermines the brain processes, why some substance users become addicted and other do not, myths about drug addiction and warning signs that a friend or family member is abusing alcohol or drugs.
With Jean Kirch-Holliday, Employee Assistance Program
Memorial Union S204 - GTR - Location?
 


The Tough Decisions: Exploring Long Term Care Options
One of the toughest decisions that family members can face is how to provide care for a loved one who can no longer care for themselves. Beth will provide an overview of developing a care plan, factors to consider regarding the level of care your loved one needs, types of facilities available, and how to be a strong advocate of your loved one.
With Beth Busseau, Long Term Care Ombudsman Director from the Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging
Memorial Union S204 - GTR - Location?
 


The Aging Process...Let's Begin at the Beginning: Resources and Services
This session will provide an overview of the community services and resources available to us as we grow older. Jean will also explore the challenges that many family caregivers face and discuss helpful decision- making and communication techniques.
With Jean Leonatti, CEO for the Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging
Memorial Union S206 GW - Location?
 


Introduction to Surviving Compassion Fatigue
When our work involves caring for others, we may find ourselves weary and job satisfaction decreased. The session will offer an opportunity to learn about what defines Compassion Fatigue and how it can effect our well-being.
With Jean Kirch-Holliday, Employee Assistance Program
Memorial Union S206 GW - Location?
 



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Reviewed 2013-10-04.