Mental health is one of your greatest assets. It helps you overcome obstacles, realize your potential, get along with the people around you, and focus at work. This May, which is Mental Health Month, challenge yourself to look at your world and how different factors can affect your mental health. While parts of your environment may be out of your control, there are steps you can take to change your space and protect your well-being.
A great starting point for prioritizing mental health is the Johns Hopkins Employee Assistance Program, or JHEAP, which can be reached confidentially 24/7 at 888-978-1262.
JHEAP is hosting webinars throughout Mental Health Awareness Month to focus on how the world around us affects our mental health and steps we can take to change our space, have an impact on our community, and protect our well-being. Register for the upcoming sessions of your choice and view the recordings of sessions you've missed.
Psychological Safety. Tuesday, May 16, 11 a.m. Click here to register.
Roadmap to Healing—Visual Journaling for a Better Mental Health. Thursday, May 18, noon. Click here to register.
The Art of Feng Shui. Wednesday, May 24, 1 p.m. Click here to register.
Recordings of earlier webinars
Handling and Managing Chaos. Click here.
Community and Giving Back: Leaving Our Footprint. Click here.
Prioritize Mental Health flyer: A one-page overview of the ways JHEAP supports mental well-being and key access points for connecting to care.
Mental Health and Self-Care Resource Guide: Given the wealth of available mental health and self-care information, Johns Hopkins University & Medicine has compiled a list of tools and resources from across the web as a helpful starting point.
31 Days—31 Ways to Make the World Around You Work for Your Mental Health: With 31 days in May, here are 31 tips to make the world around you work for your mental health.
Prioritize your mental health today and reach out to the Johns Hopkins Employee Assistance Program at 888-978-1262. JHEAP offers you and your household members free access to resources that support total well-being, from professional counseling to provider location and referrals for everyday needs, support groups, and more. Resources for JHU employees can also be found at myccaonline.com (company code: JHEAP) and on the CCA@YourService app.
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