Workshops and Groups Services

Solutions EAP offers a variety of workshops and group services to meet the needs of employees and managers in the evolving workplace. View Our Training Catalog.

Online Stress Workshop:

These ten tips with over a hundred ideas and exercises is an on-line program that will help you deal with the everyday stressors that affect your work/life. To access this, please contact Solutions at 800-526-3485. We will provide you with the password. LOG IN HERE.

Critical Incident Response:

A tragic accident, sudden unexpected death, violence at work or at home, suicide, terminal or chronic illness: when these events happen, they usually are emotionally overwhelming to those who witnessed the event or knew the people involved. Critical incidents cause significant physical, cognitive, and emotional reactions. It is important to remember that these are normal reactions to an abnormal event. The EAP provides critical incident response services, which encompass a variety of group interventions after the incident.

Critical incident response includes confidential sessions designed to reduce the impact of the event, accelerate recovery, and return people to everyday functioning. In the long run, these interventions prevent Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In many cases, critical incident response services are a part of your EAP. Solutions EAP staff are trained, certified and experienced in conducting these groups. Some larger employers have their own Critical Incident Teams (see below) that have peers trained to provide these services. If you ever have a question or have a need for services, please call the EAP at 1-800-526-3485 as soon as possible or call a Team Leader below if you work for the same employer.

Click here to view the Critical Incident Stress Information Sheets, reproduced with full permission of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc. They provide common signs of a stress reaction and tips to reduce stress reactions.

Grief/Trauma:

When the death or terminal illness of a co-worker or a family member touches a team, they may experience typical bereavement reactions. Though these reactions are normal, they can understandably have an impact on the workplace. Group sessions are available to help employees sort through and process their feelings together.