Summer wellness series for employees comes to an end

Open book with the word 'Wellness'

The wellness series offered by the Office of Human Resources this summer has come to an end with its final session on mindfulness and the importance of restful sleep.

“We are so pleased with the response to our wellness series,” said Jen Mirabile, senior HR programs coordinator. “Each session was well-attended with meaningful discussion on the topics.”

The summer series featured information on topics from working in a changing environment and elder care to mindfulness. Each session was recorded and is available for viewing on the HR website.

Because of the positive response, HR will plan for more on-campus wellness seminars in the future. “Please feel free to email topic suggestions to hrinfo@uoregon.edu to help us identify the topics of greatest interest to employees,” Mirabile said.

The wellness series was offered in partnership with Cascade Centers, the UO employee assistance provider. Cascade Centers provides a comprehensive employee assistance program for benefit-eligible employees.

Its services are offered at no cost to eligible members and include short-term professional counseling and assessment, child care and elder care resource and referral, legal and financial consultations, a listening library, 24-hour crisis counseling and an interactive website offering wellness information tailored to employee needs and interests.

Visit the employee assistance program webpage on the HR website for more information and access to Cascade Centers.