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Embracing a Season of Transition

Attend upcoming webinar offerings to strengthen your innate capacity to thrive during challenging times and support your mental health through specific exercise practices.

Discover resources available through the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) at or call 305-284-6604.


(1 hour)

Developing Personal Resilience

Resilient individuals are adaptive and exhibit positive behaviors when faced with change, adversity, or trauma. Discover ways you may develop resilience to successfully weather life’s rapid changes and thrive in a world filled with challenges.

(1 hour)

Exercise and Mental Health in Cancer Survivors

Presenter, Christopher Fitzmaurice, MS. ACSM-CEP/CET, USAW, Clinical Exercise Physiologist and Cancer Exercise Trainer, Cancer Support Services for Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center will offer valuable information and guide participants in practical application of commonly used exercise practices.


(1 hour)

Understanding Depression

Attend to understand the symptoms, risk factors, and recommended treatments for depression as well as ways to support family and friends affected by depression.


(1 hour)

Preventing Burnout

Discover the early predictors and manifestations of stress that are warning signs of burnout and review strategies that can help to prevent its harmful effects.



Mental Health Assessment

Complete an anonymous online self-assessment to check in on your mental well-being and receive resources of available support.

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FSAP Individual 1:1 Consultations

Feeling stressed, burned out, or overwhelmed? We can help you address these concerns. Call the University of Miami's Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) to arrange a 1:1 confidential telehealth consultation visit with one of our Florida licensed mental health and certified employee assistance professionals. Consultations are free of charge to UM faculty, staff, and their eligible dependents.


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Group “Check-In” Meetings

The UM FSAP offers virtual group "Check-In" meetings to teams and workgroups. These meetings are meant to support employee emotional and mental health during times of heightened stress. Meetings assist groups of employees in identifying/expressing their concerns while discussing options for managing stress, healthy coping, and supporting their team.


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UM Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine provides leading-edge patient care by the nation's most acclaimed physicians. Board certified physicians offers evaluation and treatment for a broad range of psychiatric disorders for patients of all ages, socioeconomic levels, and cultural backgrounds.


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211 Helpline

2-1-1 is a free, confidential referral and information service that connects people from all communities, and of all ages, to a specialist who will help you find local health and human services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Broward County: 211 Broward

1-954-537-0211; or 211

Miami-Dade County: 211 Helpline

1-305-537-0211; or 211

Monroe County: Keys Helpline

1-855-883-4429; or 211

Palm Beach County: Palm Beach 211

1-561-383-1111; or 211


Quote by Which to Live

"There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn't."

— John Green


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