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Upcoming Events November 2019

​These workshops are free and available to all employees, reservations are not required.  Before planning to attend, employees should ensure supervisor’s approval, and provide a two-week notice for special accommodations.  At many facilities, parking is not provided and employees should plan accordingly.  For questions or additional information, please contact your departmental EAP coordinator.  Check back frequently as new session may be added.

Free employee workshops for November 2019

​Date

​City

​Title

Time  

Department Name, Address, City, State, Zip Code                                      

​Description                                 

​Contact

11/4/2019Sacramento​The Sandwich Generation​12:00 PM - 1:00 PM​Department of Transportation
1120 N Street, Auditorium Basement
Sacramento, CA 95816
​Today, many people in their thirties, forties, and fifties find themselves caught in the middle. They are raising young children or financially supporting a grown child, and caring for their elderly parent. The stress of this situation can be overwhelming. In this training, you will learn about common caregiver concerns, and strategies for dealing with those concerns. Furthermore, you will get tips for preserving your marriage, personal, and professional life while being a caregiver.
Objectives
Define today's "sandwich generation."
Identify current caregiver concerns.
List tips for developing a plan.
Identify self-care techniques.
List tips for preserving your marriage/personal life while caregiving.
Review how to manage work while being a caregiver.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/6/2019​Los Angeles​The Sandwich Generation​11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

​California Public Utilities Commission
320 West 4th Street, Hearing Room
Los Angeles, CA 90013

BROADCAST LOCATION(S), DEPARTMENT NAME, ADDRESS, CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE

California Public Utilities Commission                                             
300 Capitol Mall, 5th Floor                                                          
Sacramento, CA  95814
                                                                                                                  
California Public Utilities Commission                                                
505 Van Ness Avenue, Golden Gate Room
San Francisco, CA 94102  

​Today, many people in their thirties, forties, and fifties find themselves caught in the middle. They are raising young children or financially supporting a grown child, and caring for their elderly parent. The stress of this situation can be overwhelming. In this training, you will learn about common caregiver concerns, and strategies for dealing with those concerns. Furthermore, you will get tips for preserving your marriage, personal, and professional life while being a caregiver.
Objectives
Define today's "sandwich generation."
Identify current caregiver concerns.
List tips for developing a plan.
Identify self-care techniques.
List tips for preserving your marriage/personal life while caregiving.
Review how to manage work while being a caregiver.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/7/2019Sacramento​Surviving the Holidays​11:00 AM - 12:00 PM​Department of Transportation
1727 30th Street, 1st Floor Conference Room
Sacramento, CA  95816
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/12/2019​Redding​Surviving the Holidays​11:30 AM - 12:30 PM​Department of Transportation    
West Venture Building, 1031 Butte Street, Lassen Training Room                                         
Redding, CA 96001
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/13/2019​San Bernardino​Surviving the Holidays​11:30 AM - 12:30 PM​Department of Transportation
464 West 4th Street, Basement Training Room
San Bernardino, CA 92401
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/13/2019SacramentoSurviving the Holidays​​12:00 PM - 1:00 PM​Department of General Services
707 Third Street, Room 8-130
West Sacramento, CA 95605
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/13/2019​El Monte​Surviving the Holidays​1:00 PM - 2:00 PM​California Air Resources Board
9530 Telstar Avenue, Room AN4
El Monte, CA 91731
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/14/2019​El Monte​Supervisor Orientation​1:00 PM - 2:00 PM​California Air Resources Board
9530 Telstar Avenue, Room AN4
El Monte, CA 91731
​The Supervisor Orientation addresses how EAP can be used to assist managers and supervisors.  The presentation begins with a brief review of the broad range of counseling and consultation services available to all eligible employees and their dependents to help them address personal and family problems.  This is followed by a discussion of the Management Consultation unit and the formal supervisor referral process.  In this presentation, participants learn how these powerful tools help supervisors and managers recognize and address problem performance and behavior in the workplace.
Objectives
EAP as a management asset.
The Management Consultation services.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/19/2019Sacramento​Surviving the Holidays​10:00 AM - 11:00 AM​California Air Resources Board
1001 I Street, Training Room 5
Sacramento, CA 95814
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/20/2019Sacramento​Surviving the Holidays​11:00 AM - 12:00 PM​Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
3927 Lennane Drive
Sacramento, CA 95824
​The holidays can be a very joyful and exciting time. However, for many, it can be very challenging with feelings of stress, worry, and sadness. In this training, participants will learn practical strategies and set goals for managing common threats, including depression, financial problems, excessive eating and drinking, relationships, and over commitment.
Objectives
Identify common threats to holiday survival.
Review practical strategies to neutralize these threats.
Share additional resources.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
11/20/2019​Petaluma​Gaining Control of Your Health and Financial Stress​11:30 AM - 12:30 PM​Department of Parks and Recreation
845 Casa Grande Road
Petaluma, CA 94954
​Financial stress can affect your overall health and wellbeing. This training will review financial stress management tips, how to handle the stress associated with financial changes, and what additional resources are available to you if you find that you are unable to handle your situation on your own.
Objectives
Understand how financial stress affects your health. 
Understand how to handle the change and stress associated with financial losses.
Utilize financial stress management tips.
Identify when the stress is more than you can handle on your own.
Learn about resources available to assist you.
​​Please contact your Departmental Employee Assistance Coordinator for additional information.
  Updated: 8/9/2019
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