Back to school resource ~
Please register for Teachers And Staff Self-Care Tools mini webinar
Here is an updated list of the mini webinars we offered through July 1, 2020. Each mini webinar has a new link, so the old one will not be available for viewing after July 1st. These are now available until Dec. 31, 2020.
Please register for Sleep Hygiene Tips
Please register for Laughter for Stress Management
Please register for Talking with children about COVID-19
Please register for Cabin Fever
Please register for Using Distraction to Manage Emotions During Covid 19
Please register for Journaling During COVID19
Please register for Nature Therapy: Reset Your Stress Button
Please register for Hope – Ways to Keep Hope Alive in Difficult Times
Please register for Alcohol Use during COVID-19
Please register for Preparing to return to work – Getting Ready
Please register for Supporting Your Employees’ Mental Health
Please register for Communicating for Safety during COVID-19
Please register for Managing Anger and Frustration during COVID-19
Please register for Crisis & Compassion Fatigue for the Essential Worker
Please register for Utilizing Emotional Intelligence During Crisis
Please register for Mindfulness & Meditation
Please register for Grounding Techniques 5-4-3-2-1
Please register for Just Journaling
Please register for Face it! Wearing a Face Covering
Please register for Mindfulness & Meditation – (Body scan)
Please register for COVID-19 Pet Care
Please register for Thank you note to employers and employees
Please register for COVID19 Cleaning
Please register for What “Normal” looks like
Please register for Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Please register for Preparing Your Business to Reopen After Coronavirus Outbreak
Please register for How to balance your Coronavirus anxiety with your work
Please register for Staying Safe While Running Essential Errands
Please register for Filing Unemployment Tips
Please register for Working Remotely Tips
Please register for Discovering Your Grounding Breath
Please register for Tele-EAP & Phone sessions – how to schedule
Please register for Managing Change
Please register for Resiliency
Please register for Compassion Fatigue Presentation (25 min)
Please register for Successful Coupling in Quarantine
Please register for Building an Attitude of Gratitude
Please register for Conquering Emotional Eating
Please register for 6 Steps to Mindfully Deal with Emotions
Please register for 8 Tips to Help Families Stay Regulated
Please register for Coping Ahead
Please register for 5 Minute De-Stresser (Letting Thoughts Go)
Please register for COVID-19: 3 Subtle Changes to Your Morning Routine
Please register for Creating a Sense of “Normalcy” While Staying at Home
Please register for 3 Minute Breathing Space
Please register for Returning to Work After the COVID-19 Pandemic: Checklist for HR
Covid-19 is now impacting all of us daily. EAN staff is available for the organizations and people we serve however we also need to do our part to reduce the risk of the virus spreading in our communities. So, we are taking the following steps to ensure safety:
- Our offices in Asheville, Waynesville and Hendersonville have limited face to face appointment times. We will screen people coming to our office to make sure that the risk is
- Our Sylva office is closed at this time
- We are offering appointments through secure video (Tele-EAP) and telephonic
- We will not provide any onsite training to our client companies but are available to provide webinars live or on demand
- We are available to Human Resources, Managers, Employees and their family by telephone and secure video conferencing
- We will provide an on-demand webinar on how to manage stress and anxiety in the face of a pandemic that will be able to be shared with employees and family members
We are answering our phone so if there are questions or concerns about how to access our services or for help in finding resources, call us at 828- 252-5725 or 800-454-1477.
If you do receive an automated message when you call, please leave a voice mail, we will return your call. We are here to help.
Please stay safe and remember that as a community we are in this together and we all need to look out for one another. As Mr. Rogers said so eloquently, look to helpers.
Sincerely, Dawn Marie Klug, President and COO
EAN offers TELE-EAP sessions
EAN cares about the health and welfare of you and your organization’s employees and their family members as well as our own employees and family. We ask that if you have symptoms of or have been in contact with someone who has a cold, flu or the Corona virus, that you please refrain from coming to our offices and that you contact our office to set up a secure video session. You can access the EAP through HIPPA secure video on your computer, phone or tablet with internet connection and camera access.
Call EAN at 828-252-5725 or 800-454-1477 to schedule an appointment today!
As many more states have announced confirmed cases of COVID-19, American leaders, employers, medical professionals, and everyday citizens across the country are ramping up efforts to contain the spread of the illness . Colleges and universities have joined primary and secondary schools in canceling classes, businesses of all sizes have requested employees work remotely, and regional events have been canceled or postponed. We recognize that the current response to this health emergency has created real challenges for Americans, and we are here to help you find the support you need to cope with any anxiety or uncertainty that may impact your ability to feel prepared for this situation.
In this special resource section, you’ll learn about coronaviruses, find resources related to the current spread of the illness, and discover the steps you should take to prepare your family for the daily living challenges that may arise if the virus should spread to your local community.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) is a potentially deadly and highly contagious virus that can be transmitted through human-to-human contact. If you are an older American or suffer from a preexisting condition, including heart or respiratory issues, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has advised that you stay at home as much as possible, especially if confirmed cases of COVID-19 exist in your local area. Staying aware of the current situation, actively working to maintain your overall health and wellbeing, and preparing for a potential outbreak in your local community are the best steps you can take right now.
As always, you should follow the guidelines and information provided by the agencies responsible for monitoring and responding to concerns of this nature. Trusting your family’s health and wellbeing to untrusted sources of information may unnecessarily aggravate concerns or worry younger family members who do not have a full understanding of the situation.
- CDC Coronavirus Background and Updates
- CDC Live Updates & News
- CNN Coronavirus News & Updates
- WHO Coronavirus Outbreak Page
- WHO Coronavirus News & Information
- How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus
- What a Coronavirus Quarantine was Like for a Mother and Her 5-Year-Old Twins in Taiwan
- Speaking of Psychology: Coronavirus Anxiety
- CDC Infectious Disease Playbook for First Responders
- Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine & Isolation