Previous Events


Below you will find recordings of our previous webinars. Click on the orange play button to launch the video. If you have questions or would like to learn more, please contact us

Please note that for 2021, watching recordings of previous webinars is no longer Hoos Well reward-eligible. 

Previous Events

  • Boost Your Motivation to Reduce COVID-Energy Drain

    We could all use a little boost to our motivation to enhance our overall wellbeing! This engaging webinar will cover some helpful tips from a positive psychology practitioner and a National Board Certified Health and Wellness coach. We are bringing together some of the gems from our respective fields, from our classes we have taught to help people reach their health goals, as well as our individual work with clients. - January, 2021 with Mary Sherman, LCSW, CEAP and Beth Frackleton, M. Ed., BSN, BS, RN, NBC-HWC, CHWC

  • Recovery Ally Training

    A Recovery Ally is an individual who supports those in recovery, advocates for recovering individuals, and educates themselves about the disease of addiction, societal stigma, and resources available. This introductory-level Recovery Ally training is designed to begin to increase our community’s recovery capital on Grounds, decrease stigma, and grow intervention skills for staff members. - November, 2020 with Tia Mann and Jen Cervi

  • Providing Support to Someone Struggling with Substance Use

    Learn strategies to support someone who may be struggling with substance use, while still maintaining your own emotional wellness. You will increase your knowledge and understanding of substance use as well as how to proactively support someone who may be struggling. - November, 2020 with Dominique McLaughlin LPC, MA

  • How to Rest & Restore During Turbulent Times

    During these unprecedented times of uncertainty, unrest and continuous change, it’s more important than ever to build into our daily lives ways to release stress, re-center, and refuel ourselves -- physically, mentally and emotionally. In this interactive webinar, Anna DeLong will present the concept of an “inner energy gauge,” describe its underlying physiology, and offer practical strategies to build in micro-moments of self-care into our already-hectic lives. - October, 2020 with Anna DeLong, LCSW, CEAP

  • Conquering Stress

    Learning to manage stress is a life skill that can improve with practice. Join us in exercising your own stress management muscles! We will review a sequential model for evaluating our stressors and choosing the most appropriate stress management strategy. Learn tips and techniques, and share your experiences in managing stress. - October, 2020 with Rebecca Mason, MSN, RN, CS, CEAP

  • Do Good, Feel Good: The Positive Impact of Helping Others

    In this live webinar, we will discuss new research regarding the positive impact of altruism on life satisfaction, happiness, and social wellbeing, and learn how to incorporate altruism and kindness into your daily life. - September, 2020 with Mary Sherman, LCSW, CEAP

  • Building a Bridge to Enduring Healthy Relationships

    Are you struggling to develop an enduring and healthy relationship with your significant other where communication is genuinely and authentically expressed and validated? Learning effective communication tools is enormously powerful and can connect us profoundly and intimately with you and your partners. Relating—and the quality of your relationships—is of deep, natural, and inherent concern for all of us and like any human endeavor, takes attention, care, and commitment. Attend this webinar to learn some powerful relationship tools that when practiced, can help you uncover the true potential of your most sacred relationships. - August 2020 with Deb Early, MA, LPC, CEAP

  • Stress First Aid: Caring for Self & Others

    Stress Levels can be elevated for a number of reasons. Personal issues, high stress professions, and community events can individual and collectively have an impact on ones well-being and life experience. Often when a person is overwhelmed and in a survival mode, there is a depreciation in the practice of self-care and an increase in symptoms of stress. This workshop is an educational and interactive program designed to expand awareness and develop skills to reduce symptoms of stress and improve emotional baseline and life fulfillment. - June, 2020 with Joyce Camden, LCSW

  • Working with Anxiety

    Do you struggle with anxiety, worry, and fear-based patterns of thought? Do you experience physical sensations like anxious chest pressure, tight shoulders, or a sinking feeling in the gut? Do you find it difficult to stop old, nervous habits? Learn how to slow down, see your choices, and respond versus react. Increase your knowledge and understanding of the prevalence and roots of anxiety, as well as learn practical skills for how to relate differently, start new patterns, and transform your relationship with fear. - May, 2020 with Ken Horne, LCSW

  • Coping with COVID-19: A Panel Discussion

    This panel discussion features 3 FEAP consultants focusing on different areas of coping during these challenging times. We will look at positive strategies to help with overall resilience, eldercare giving and couples as we navigate this unprecedented time where how we live and work has been impacted dramatically. Participants will ask questions and share success strategies. - April, 2020 with Dominique McLaughlin, Ken Horne, and Deb Early

  • Communicating Effectively During Difficult Conversations

    Learn helpful strategies that will allow you to recognize what is happening within you and between yourself and others in challenging interactions. In this session, participants will increase their knowledge and understanding of how to lay the groundwork for productive and successful interactions with others, and strategies for engaging in and maintaining productive dialogue. - April, 2020 with Monica Maughlin, MEd, LPC, CEAP

  • What is Mindfulness and Why Should I Care?

    The word “meditation” is like the word “sports” meaning there are many different types of meditation. Mindfulness is a form of meditation that has been researched in depth over the past decade especially. This research has resulted in robust evidence regarding the positive impact of practicing mindfulness on a regular basis. Join this seminar to learn more about mindfulness, including the benefits, resources available as well as practical ways to introduce and sustain a mindfulness practice in your day to day life at work and home. This seminar will also include a short guided mindfulness exercise. - March, 2020 with Anna DeLong, LCSW, CEAP

  • Flourishing In Your Life

    Ready to learn strategies to help you flourish more in your life? This engaging seminar will explore tips and tools to go from surviving to flourishing using information from the PERMA-V model of Flourishing developed by Martin Seligman with the addition of Vitality by Emiliya Zhivotovskaya. - March, 2020 with Mary Sherman, LCCSW, CEAP