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As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, Staff are invited to an event on Friday, 22 May that focuses on the University’s Employee Assistance Programme (EAP). Leanne Clarke, Customer Relationship Manager from Validium, which is the provider of the Unviersity’s EAP, will give a comprehensive overview of all of the support available to colleagues and answer any questions staff might have. This service is independent of the University and entirely confidential.
Who is it for?
The EAP is available for all colleagues including managers in their role as leaders. It plays a role in supporting individuals themselves as well as those who wish to provide support to a colleague and helps our University to better understand the needs and concerns of everyone.
What is involved?
Any member of staff is invited to this presentation which will also be followed by a Q&A to explore the wide range of counselling services provided from legal and finance/debt issues to mental health, self-care and perspective-giving.
Find out all of the ways in which Validium can be contacted, what happens when a person gets in touch with them and what to expect from the experience of engaging their services.
This event will take place on Microsoft Teams tomorrow, Friday, 22 May at 10-11am. Please register here and attendees will be sent details on how to join.
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