Mental Health Monday Workplace Wellness
Since the height of the pandemic record numbers of workers have left their jobs in what has been deemed the “Great Resignation.” People are citing burnout and the need for an increased work-life balance among other factors. What is employee wellness? What do people need at work? Why does it matter? We will address these questions and examine how intentional arts programming can support employee well-being.
Please contact Lauren Edwards with any questions (email@example.com).
ABOUT THE SPEAKER//
Tami Long, PhD, is the Director of the UAB Employee Assistance and Counseling Center (EACC) and previously served as EACC Program Coordinator. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S), Certified Employee Assistance Professional and Board Certified Coach (BCC). Dr. Long enjoys working with adults, couples, and teenagers and is committed to providing them with the tools and resources they need to be successful. She believes all clients are capable of achieving personal goals, developing self-awareness, and overcoming life challenges. Dr. Long has 20 years of experience in the counseling profession and over 11 years of experience as a clinical supervisor within inpatient and outpatient psychiatric settings. Dr. Long counsels clients with the following treatment issues: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship concerns, trauma, adjustment issues, self-esteem, and job-related problems. She currently serves as secretary on the Executive Board for the International Association of Employee Assistance Professionals in Education (IAEAPE). As Director of the EACC, she aspires to enhance the lives of employees and their families by offering quality EAP counseling and services that support and improve one’s overall mental health and emotional well-being.
UAB AIM’s Virtual Mental Health Monday Series is made possible by
Independent Presbyterian Church Foundation
Miriam Kirklin Reed
Susan Mott Webb Charitable Trust
Scrappy and interpretive, Jacqueline Surdell hand-manipulates dock cord — weaving and knotting the line into naturalistic, sculptural installations that are antagonistically positioned between the human body and sculpture.
Michael Dixon’s paintings and performances explore the personal, societal and aesthetic struggles of belonging to both “white” and “black” racial and cultural identities, yet simultaneously belonging fully to...
This global program features highly experienced dance professionals from Southern Danceworks, teaching with an emphasis on physical and artistic movement potential. Movement for Parkinson’s is modeled after an...
See All Events