Employee Wellness Tips newsletter
The Employee Wellness Tips newsletter is a bi-monthly email newsletter packed with tips from the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and the Lifestyle Improvement Program teams. Fan favorites include our well-being and stress management tips, the Recipe of the Month, and the Movement of the Month. Sign up in ManageWell® to receive it via email.
Poor quality sleep or lack of sleep can create many difficulties in our lives. If you have trouble with any of the following problems, we can help you:
- Daytime sleepiness
- Difficulty getting to sleep
- Trouble concentrating
- Waking up too early
- Waking up feeling unrested
Building resiliency and mindfulness
Resilience can mean the difference between handling pressure and losing your cool. It’s a measurement of your capacity to fully recover in tough situations.
The EAP and Lifestyle Improvement Program teams offer education and training in stress management, mindfulness and resistance. Education and training are organized by request. The Professional Development team, Aging Resource Center, Women’s Health Resource Center, and others also provide training and support in these areas.
- Chaplaincy provides personal support, crisis intervention, spiritual care and guidance, short-term counseling, and liaison with local religious communities. Call the office Monday through Friday during business hours, or page the on-call chaplain any time.
- Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinics Peer Support offers clinicians the opportunity to talk with a specially trained colleague about stresses at work and the emotional impact of caring for others. (Note: You must be on the network to access the Peer Support page.)
- Insight Timer @ Work, a meditation app offered free to Dartmouth Health employees.
- KGA services provide you and your family members with confidential telephone access to professional counselors who can connect you with the appropriate specialists and community resources.
- Stress First Aid is a 2-part video series that introduces behaviors and actions you can engage in to improve your well-being based on self-assessment of your current state of stress.
- Support lines: