Recognizing and Responding to Depression in the Workplace

Feeling sad or blue because of relationship challenges, loss, or a big change at work is a normal part of the human experience. Sometimes those "blues" can cross the line into clinical depression, and it is important to be able to distinguish between the two. Depression impacts multiple areas of one's life and lasts longer than a typical "funk." Join Frances Callahan, assistant director of the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, to learn about depression types, symptoms, and treatment options. This session will also include tips for managers/supervisors and resource and referral services.

The workshop is from noon to 1 p.m., Friday, Dec. 15, on the East Baltimore campus.

The Johns Hopkins Shuttle makes frequent runs between campuses. More information is on the Transportation Services website.

Register online or call 443-997-7000.

Visit the Work, Life and Engagement website for information about upcoming workshops and other programs.