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Survivor Day 2019

Suicide of a loved one affects many more people that just the deceased.  It affects spouses, children, family members, friends and co-workers of the deceased.  Often it affects the entire business of the deceased’s employer.  It affects most anyone who knew the deceased personally or professionally.  These are the survivors of suicide. Anniversaries of the…

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Can Limiting Social Media To 10 Minutes Per Day Improve Your Mental Health?

Social media. Is it bad for you or good for you? That is a question actively debated by psychologists, mental health advocates, parents, teachers, and even those in Silicon Valley. Certainly social media has profoundly changed the way people communicate and how they interact with others. Numerous studies have reported that those heavily engaged in…

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10 Ways To Protect Your Child On Social Media

Way back (in digital time) in 2011, The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a comprehensive study on the impact of social media on children, adolescents and the family. In those kinder, gentler days of social media the AAP study pointed out that for adolescents there were many positive aspects to social media, though, yes, there…

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Adult ADHD and Its Implications for Employers

Woman wondering whether she has ADHD

Employees are any employer’s most valuable asset.  That’s why I’m always encouraged whenever I hear professionals from outside the Behavioral Health field educating and informing employers about the business and organizational impact of untreated mental health conditions.  In this case, it was an article appearing in the Society of Human Resource Management’s HR Daily newsletter. …

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America’s Drug Crisis? It’s Not The One You Think.

Ask a friend this question, “What drug is causing a human and health crisis in the US today?” and he or she very likely would answer opioid pain medications.  After all, aren’t 70,000 people per year dying of opioid use or overdoses? Aren’t pharmaceutical companies being sued by States and individuals for misleading or false…

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The FMCSA Clearinghouse: Implications for Human Resource Professionals and Hiring Managers in the Trucking and Busing Industry

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Monday January 6, 2020 marked another milestone in the Federal government’s efforts to insure and improve safety in the transportation industry.  On that date the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a part of the U. S. Department of Transportation which regulates Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) holders such as truck and bus drivers, implemented a…

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What if your high performers no longer like what they do?

High performers can lose their flow when they're not able to transfer their strengths to new roles

By Heather Graham, LCSW, CEAP Last month, we introduced the concept of flow and the use of character strengths in high performers. Flow is a term to describe when someone is fully immersed in an activity and they feel energized, focused and are enjoying the process.  Flow happens when someone is utilizing their specific character…

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confirm closed case

The following information is what was submitted on the Espyr Closed Case Form. We recommend that you print this page for your records. Entry ID: {entry_id} Counselor: {Counselor:1} Email Address: {Email Address:73} Authorization Number: {Authorizaton Number:72} Client DOB: {Client Date of Birth:71} Attended EAP session? {Attended EAP session?:36} Follow-up call made: {Follow up calls made:105}…

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Closed Case Confirmation Notice

Confirmation Page Print This Page | Return to Closed Case Forms The following information is what was submitted on the Espyr Clinician Invoice Form. We recommend that you print this page for your records. Entry ID: {entry_id} Counselor: {Counselor:1} Email Address: {Email Address:73} Authorization Number: {Authorizaton Number:72} Client DOB: {Client Date of Birth:71} Attended EAP…

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