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E031 Alcoholism Is a Family Disease
WHAT: Alcoholism and its impact on the family. What’s wrong, guilt and enabling, myths, misconceptions, what to do, and “right thinking” about the disease. Add your input to create your ideal fact sheet for clients.
WHERE TO USE: Client sessions, health fairs, EAP waiting areas, assessments.
E032 Be a Star at Work
WHAT: Most employees want to do their best work. What are the commonalities among outstanding employees? Knowing these can inspire employees to achieve more, help them spot their shortcomings, and motivate them to improve.
WHERE TO USE: Client sessions, promotion.
E033 Coping with a Mentally Ill Family Member
WHAT: Guilt, confusion, and worry face family members of the mentally ill. This fact sheet gives them hope, support, and determination to accept the chronicity of mental illness and become empowered through knowledge, while seeking support.
WHERE TO USE: Client counseling sessions. EAP waiting areas.
E034 Could Group Therapy Be for You?
WHAT: Many clients resist the idea of group therapy, despite its power and effectiveness. It’s also cheaper, than individual therapy. Tackles myths and motivates clients to say, “Yes, I will give group therapy a try.”
WHERE TO USE: Counseling, waiting areas
E035 Facing a Bully at Work
WHAT: What is a bully? Why they do it? What should the victim do? About getting proactive to help employees and to help employers who may face legal claims if bullying doesn’t stop.
WHERE TO USE: Counseling sessions, health fairs, waiting rooms.
E036 Dealing with Customer Service Stress
WHAT: Customers are the lifeblood of business, but when they’re treated badly by stressed employees, they walk away with their wallets. How to cope, what to do, “right thinking” about customers.
WHEN TO USE: Stress Management Training
E037 The Art of Detachment
WHAT: One of the most important life skills. Letting go, ending enabling, getting past guilt, love versus control, why detachment just might be “the ticket” the employee’s been searching for.
WHERE TO USE: Clients sessions, waiting rooms, health fairs.
E38 Dealing with Difficult Coworkers
WHAT: Who is a difficult coworker? Types of approaches to difficult coworkers. Are you one of them? Effective strategies for a more harmonious workplace.
WHERE TO USE: Health fairs, client sessions, conflict resolution counseling (also for fun and a few laughs).
E039 Coworkers Facing Grief Together
WHAT: What do we do?” “What do we say?” These common coworker questions have commonsense answers. Provides support, clarifies, helps prevent the pain of loss from becoming panic over the process.

WHEN TO USE: Grief counseling, group work.
E040 Helping Someone Who Doesn't Want Help
WHAT: What to say, how to say it, what to expect. Is it your role or someone else’s? Do it now, or say it later? When to use a push strategy or a pull strategy, and when to “let nature take its course.
WHERE TO USE: Client sessions, counseling.
E041 Communication Tips for Happier Workplace
WHAT: Stop poor workplace communication that can create bad attitudes and thwart productivity. It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it -- and a lot more.
WHERE TO USE: Brown-bag seminars, OD projects, group conflict intervention
E0042 Keeping Energized at Work
WHAT: After lunch, it doesn’t have to be all downhill. Here’s how to stay perky for improving productivity, managing stress, and knowing what zaps your energy, plus other tips for fighting fatigue.
WHERE TO USE: Waiting rooms, health fairs, client sessions.
E043 Valuing Diversity at Work
WHAT: What is diversity in the workplace? Why is it important? What is the difference between tolerating, valuing, and celebrating diversity? How does valuing diversity contribute to the bottom line?
WHERE TO USE: Presentations, group work, OD projects.
E044 Functional Alcoholism (Isn't!)
WHAT: His (her) drinking doesn’t affect me--he’s a “functional alcoholic”! All about the world’s most enabling phrase. What it means and how this misnomer takes its toll on everyone, including the addict.
WHERE TO USE: Presentations, A/D education.
E045 It's Not Too Late! Making 2008 Happy, Healthy, and Productive
WHAT: It’s may not be January, but that’s the point of this fact sheet. Use it in January, or tweak it later. It keeps employees fired up for change, (or re-fires them up!)
WHEN TO USE: In January, or shortly after. Try using it half way through the year for a dramatic impact on reminding folks about their New Year resolutions.
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