Emory University’s Faculty Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is offering a new program, Well-being Check-ins for Emory University faculty and staff, beginning the week of May 17, 2021.
Embracing and managing stress effectively is critical to our well-being. FSAP offers a variety of resources to assist you and your family with stress management.
Are life's challenges getting you down? Got stress? Are you struggling with managing anger? Before a concern becomes a crisis, call FSAP and schedule an appointment.
Recent events, both here and abroad, have affected all of us. For those who are struggling with emotions or stress, FSAP can provide support through individual appointments via phone consultation.
Groups are a very helpful resource that may be utilized in place of or in addition to individual services.
Refresh From Stress: 30-Day Inspiration is an exciting opportunity for Emory University and Emory Healthcare faculty and staff to engage in 30 simple steps to enhance emotional health. Daily activities will promote self-care, mindfulness, social connections, gratitude and other inspirations to help you refresh from stress and increase resilience.
Emory envisions a community that is committed to creating and sustaining a culture of well-being.
Ready to quit for good? We can help. Emory is committed to supporting members of the Emory community and offers numerous resources for those who need help quitting tobacco.
This newsletter, compiled by Emory Health & Wellness and Emory Healthcare Employee Health, brings health and wellness to you by way of informational articles, news stories, resources and events.
FSAP provides after-hours, on-call services 24 hours a day, 7 days per week (including holidays) for crisis situations that need immediate intervention.
Find additional resources to assist you with your emotional and physical well-being.
Emory's wellness newsletter is a resource to inform, educate, and inspire you to achieve healthy living so that you may thrive in your personal and professional life.
To prevent potential incidents of workplace violence and to foster a community of caring and compassion for each other, Emory has highlighted some useful resources.