FARGO – Trainers with The Village Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are providing free online training workshops on certain Wednesdays in April and May. The sessions will address topics relevant to coping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each virtual event will begin at noon and last about 45 minutes, including time for participant questions.
The sessions are the first of The Business Bite, a series of lunchtime talks on topics that matter, hosted by The Village Business Institute. The dates and topics for the first three workshops are:
- April 22: Self-Care for the Remote Worker. Nancy Boyle examines the importance of setting boundaries and caring for yourself when working remotely.
- May 6: Positively Navigating Change. Robert Jones shares how to find ways to stay on course during a rapidly changing time.
- May 20: Acknowledging Loss and Celebrating Milestones. Jones and Cole Brunner look at the grief that comes with postponed or cancelled milestone celebrations and will offer resources and ideas for ensuring they are still are acknowledged.
The sessions will be offered through the Go-To-Training platform and are limited to 50 participants each. To register for any of the trainings, visit www.TheVillageFamily.org/Eventbrite.
The Village Business Institute is a program of The Village Family Service Center, which strengthens kids and families across Minnesota and North Dakota through behavioral health services. These include mental health counseling, in-home family therapy, financial counseling, adoption, mentoring, employee assistance programs, and more.
The Village’s mission is to strengthen individuals we serve through regional community behavioral health services. We are accredited by the Council on Accreditation and are a United Way Community Partner.