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Published on June 21, 2021

On your own, but not aloneWebinars, seminars and apps to support and enlighten you

Learning can boost self-confidence, build purpose and help connect you with others. But finding the time for personal and professional development can be a challenge. Now you can learn independently, in your own time.

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Tufts Health Plan and the CCHC Employee Wellness offer wellness apps to download, access to webinars and live or pre-recorded seminars on a range of topics to help improve your emotional wellbeing and reduce stress.

Free Meditation 101 instruction is available through the Wellable app, using the code CCHC. Free, recorded guided meditation is also available anytime, anywhere through Dr. Ron Seigel, Assistant Professor of Psychology and a part of the faculty at Center for Mindfulness and Compassion at the Cambridge Health Alliance.

Live and pre-recorded webinars focus on topics that can help you feel productive and think differently about life at home or at work. The webinars are free and pre-recorded sessions are available 24/7.

Upcoming webinars from the EAP are offered live on their designated dates from 12-1 p.m. and again from 3-4 p.m. Register online at, company code cape cod healthcare, or call 800-624-5544.

Upcoming webinars:

Finding Focus - 6/16/21

Focus can be an elusive thing. Multitasking, procrastination, and distractions make it difficult to point attention in one direction. The good news is focus is a skill that can be developed.

Raising Awareness: Mental Health and Minorities - 7/14/21

Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, ability, gender, or sexual identity but access to care and treatment can be significantly impacted by these factors. Learn more about the challenges minority groups face, help fight stigma, and learn more about accessing services.

Emotional Well-Being for Parents - 8/18/21

Parenting is difficult. Change is constant and reality never looks like Pinterest. Learn how to manage your expectations, treat yourself with kindness and find confidence in doing the next right thing.

Suicide Awareness - 9/15/21

Suicide is a serious public health issue that affects people of all ages and situations. In this session, learn to identify early warning signs, support those at risk and guidance on how to respond.

Intimate Partner Violence Awareness - 10/13/21

Intimate partner violence occurs in every culture, country, age group and socio-economic level. Learn the types of intimate partner violence, warning signs and resources available to those impacted by it.

Thriving in Uncertainty - 11/10/21

The unknown is a scary thing. It can be difficult to plan or figure out what to do next. Discover how to embrace uncertainty and navigate it with poise and resiliency.

The Art of Listening - 12/13/21

Listening is the foundation of conversation and a skill that requires practice. In this session, learn how to listen actively and respond thoughtfully for better communication and understanding.

Learn more about upcoming EAP seminar by visiting, company code cape cod healthcare, or call 800-624-5544. For information about upcoming Tufts Health Plan webinars contact Darijan Suton, program manager for Employee Wellness at

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