| During this time of heightened stress and uncertainty, we have been working to ensure you and your employees are taken care of and have what you need to help you through this challenging time. |
In addition to the EAP COVID-19 site, we’re excited to offer you pandemic resources (through June 2020) from our partner myStrength, at no cost to you.
It’s easy to get started: 1. Visit bh.mystrength.com/livongocovid19web
2. Create a free account 3. Choose from over a dozen activities And as always, you can reach out to the EAP any time. Call 800-624-5544 to talk with a licensed professional, any time of day. For the latest news and resources on the COVID-19 pandemic, log in to the EAP page of NDBH.com using your company passcode. Then visit the: COVID-19 resource libraryHealth resource library
Faculty and staff are invited to Monday lunches from 12-1pm PT during the month of April. This is an open session to check-in and share tips on remote work and life during shelter-in-place. Pets and kids welcome!
Join us at https://middlebury.zoom.us/j/933492054 every Monday in April from 12-1pm.
This events are hosted by the Staff Advisory Team. To learn more visit http://sites.miis.edu/staff.
Faculty and staff well-being remains a priority. While we are home and practicing social distancing, it is crucial that we remain well and stay connected. To support faculty and staff well-being and connection, I will be organizing a number of events over the coming weeks including yoga, meditation, circuit training, art classes and more. Things are happening quickly so if you’d like the inside scoop, join the private GMHEC Well-being Facebook group. If you are not on Facebook and want to know what’s happening, join the All Things Well-being listserv which you can find under groups in your Middlebury Outlook/email. If you have suggestions for things you’d like to see offered, shoot me an email at email@example.com. Take care and stay well.
Rebecca Schubert, MS RDN NBC-HWC
GMHEC Employee Well-being Program Coordinator
Wisdom Wednesdays (link to Scott Center webpage) at Mead Chapel
Every Wednesday during the academic year
A half-hour mid-week gathering for sharing poetry and literature, music and silence. Led by Mark R. Orten, Dean of Spiritual & Religious Life.