Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Everyone needs help from time to time dealing with life's challenges.
Often it's not the unexpected that catches us off guard. It's more likely to be the predictable events and transitions in our lives---things like starting a new career, marriage, the birth of a child, the challenges teenagers present, caring for aging parents or buying a house---that find us unprepared. When you feel like you need help dealing with a situation that is troubling you, contact your EAP provider - Kepro!
Kepro EAP April 2020 Highlights:
Successful Communication with Your Children
It takes both talking and listening to your children to communicate successfully with them. As parents, you are their role models. They watch and listen to you and pick up your communication style, whether it is effective or not. Communication is made up of more than the words you speak. Children will hear the tone of voice you use, and they interpret body language better than many adults do. Learning to communicate effectively with your children as they grow and develop will help to create a lifelong bond. Log into your EAP today and review this Monthly Feature to learn more, including tips & recommendations.
Your EAP is available 24/7, to help you ask for what you need.
Did YOU KNOW?
Your EAP is a CONFIDENTIAL resource, available for ALL UNH Faculty/Staff
(benefits eligible & adjunct)
Call Kepro at: 1-800-424-1749
Available 24/7, year round
Visit your EAP online - access a vast library, extensive resources, or use their Find A Counselor tool. Log-in is required
Enter "USNH" as the company code. The site is available for viewing in English and Spanish.
Review Your EAP Services:
Webinars are pre-recorded & uploaded the 3rd Tuesday each month.
- April 2020: Webinar
Effective Communication with ChildrenTune in to this session to learn about different communication styles and how to communicate effectively, starting in early childhood.
- April 2020: Tip Sheet
Effective Communication with ChildrenAre you looking for ways to keep the lines of communication open between you and your child? Review some elements of healthy communication can help promote positive parent/child relationships.