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Group “Check-In” Meetings

During these challenging times, It's critical to protect your mental health and find ways to seek emotional support and to help others who may need some extra support and care.
The FSAP will now offer support to interested teams via Group “Check-In” Meetings. A “Check-In” meeting is a voluntary, stand-alone meeting conducted by UMFSAP licensed behavioral health professionals at the request of team leaders who wish to extend this type of support to the members of their teams.

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Clarity . Connection . Comfort

Life Lessons Learned during COVID-19

During this COVID-19 pandemic quarantine, we may realize how many ordinary yet meaningful daily experiences we often take for granted. We are reminded of the importance of health, water, food, and shelter. Have you taken a beak to think about some of your lessons learned?

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Embracing Self-Care During Social Distancing

By embracing self-care, we are taking control of what is within our sphere of influence, our thoughts, and behaviors, as we move through this difficult time. Learn six questions you would want to ask daily to check in with yourself and practice self-care. 

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Virtual Wellness Webinars

(1 Hour)

Support the Needs of Your Team during COVID-19

Learn to understand your team's basic needs during a crisis, review tips, and identify resources in place to support UM faculty and staff.

100 Pure Wellness points

June 2, 2020, noon

June 2, 2020, 6 PM 

June 18, 2020, noon

June 18, 2020, 6 PM 

(1 Hour)

FSAP “Check-In”

“Check-In” to support your mental health and emotional well-being. The focus of each “Check-In” will vary but each is meant to bring awareness to mental health issues that are of current concerns to the UM faculty and staff. The focus of this session will be on addressing the challenges of self-care. 

100 Pure Wellness points

June 4, 2020, noon

June 4, 2020, 6 PM

June 16, 2020, noon

June 16, 2020, 6 PM

(1 Hour)

Overcoming Worry

Are you plagued with “what-ifs” and worst-case scenarios? Do you often experience the sensation of doom, dread, or panic? Chronic worry can be debilitating, leaving sufferers feeling worn out and hopeless. This webinar will address ways to diminish or eliminate chronic worry from your life.

100 Pure Wellness points

June 9, 2020, noon

June 9, 2020, 6 PM

(1 Hour)

Keep Calm and Carry On

Learn simple techniques that can help to lower stress, shift mindsets, and eliminate unhealthy habits. Participants will practice effective relaxation and stress reduction techniques.

100 Pure Wellness points

June 11, 2020, noon

June 11, 2020, 6 PM



UHealth Therapeutic Program for Adult Suicide Prevention

Learn more about the Telehealth Treatment Program for adults struggling with suicidal thoughts.

Financial Wellness

Fidelity and TIAA-CREF representatives will help you during these difficult times and are ready to answer your questions regarding your retirement account(s). To discuss your retirement portfolio, please contact your investment provider below and schedule an appointment:

Did You Know?

Weather May Affect Your Mood

The summer months are upon us in sunny South Florida and sunshine is the most intimately tied to mood. Sunlight has repeatedly been found to boost positive moods, dampen negative moods, and diminish tiredness. Weather influences our mental health in a myriad of subtle ways. One possibility is that the effects of weather on mood are primarily physiological. Exposing skin to sunlight produces vitamin D, promoting the brain’s production of serotonin, which lifts mood. A study by US psychology researcher Matthew Keller and colleagues showed that beneficial effects of warm and sunny conditions on mood were only seen in people who had spent more than 30 minutes outdoors a day. So make sure to put on your sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses and enjoy the outdoors.


Quote by Which to Live

"Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.  I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be.  This is the interrelated structure of reality."

— Martin Luther King Jr.



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