It’s not always easy to know when you should seek professional help for your mental health. The signs below provide some basic guidance.
In the spirit of Pride month, BJC EAP would like to reiterate our commitment to supporting and affirming our LGBTQ+ clients.
October 11 is National Coming Out Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness of civil rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.
We all have a need to seek help and consultation at some point in our lives. Whether it’s helping you navigate life’s transitions, improve your experience at work, or maximize your physical and emotional wellbeing, BJC EAP is here to assist
Everyone experiences stress and trauma throughout their lives. With adequate support from relationships and environments, individuals can often endure these times and maintain mental health. The capacity to avoid risks and thrive in spite of trauma is called resiliency.
There is now another way to seek the employee assistance services you need. BJC Employee Assistance Program (BJC EAP) is now offering virtual care.
When a coworker dies, it can have a significant impact on the workplace.
Finding your own peace in the midst of chaos of life is essential to keeping your energy and ability to focus on the activities and responsibilities of daily living.
Contrary to popular belief, one doesn’t need a lot of time or experience to meditate. It’s free and can be done anywhere.
The relaxation effect of massage is well-known to most people. But recent research has also shown beneficial effects of massage on many aspects of mental health.
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