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Faculty and Staff Assistance Program presents ‘Resiliency’ Nov 14
“Resiliency: What Is It and What are the Strategies for Building More of It?” is the next presentation in the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) WorkLife series. It will be held at noon Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Student Health Center at 111 Waverly Ave., School of Education Office, conference room 230A.
During this session participants will do a Resiliency Self-Assessment and learn more about valuable skills that can improve quality of life and increase one’s reservoir of energy. Susan Smith, a social worker and therapist on the FSAP staff, will present the program.
To register for this program or for more information about the FSAP WorkLife series, visit the FSAP web site at:
Contact Person: Lucille Murphy
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program