We found 9 articles related to the category Wheeler Employee Assistance Program.

How to Manage Wartime Stress and Anxiety

As you follow news coverage about war and current events, it’s important to pay attention to how it affects your physical and emotional health. Wheeler’s Dan Fallon, LPC, CEAP, program manager, Wheeler EAP, compiled tips and resources to help you recognize your emotions, avoid triggers, and manage anxiety.

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Wheeler COMMUNITY | HEALTH | CARE

If there's anything we've learned from the past year, it's the power of--and need for--community, particularly communities that work together for a better future that is focused on wellness, justice, and peace for all. Wheeler's new tagline, COMMUNITY | HEALTH | CARE, reflects all of these.

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Wheeler Wins "Top Workplace" Honors for Seventh Year

Wheeler is a 2020 Top Workplaces award winner from The Hartford Courant for the seventh time. In addition, Wheeler President and CEO Sabrina Trocchi, PhD, MPA, received “Top Leader” in the Large Employer category of the same survey.

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Our Work To Do

"This is an individual, organizational, community, national, and international issue, and it starts with a mirror." Letters to Wheeler's staff on June 1 and June 6 by Sabrina Trocchi, PhD, MPA, President and CEO.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic and Challenges for Young Professionals

For young professionals, the COVID-19 crisis is taking its toll in areas ranging from working remotely, to limited travel and social engagement, to worries about the safety of parents and other loved ones, and more. There are things that young professionals can do to manage these dynamic and challenging circumstances, which still may linger even as the state and country reopen.

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Living and Working with Your Partner

During this unprecedented time, our lives and routines have been turned upside down. We find ourselves limiting our time outside of the home and spending 24 hours a day, seven days a week at home with our families. Our homes have been transformed into offices and schools, which can be overwhelming at times.

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