Upcoming courses and an OPSA-sponsored event can help support your sense of well-being during this trying time.
Knowing what depression looks like and how to manage it can help prevent you from slipping into dark moods.
2020 continues to be a tough year for many of us. But, your local assistance program and UC behavioral health benefits are here to support you, along with many well-informed, relevant resources compiled by university experts.
If you need medical care while working from home, all UC medical plans offer comprehensive telehealth — and telemental health — services.
UCOP offers free, confidential health and wellness services to all employees through the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program — and we’ll soon be offering free webinars. Let us know what topics you’d like to learn more about.
If you’ve been feeling lonely or anxious during the coronavirus outbreak, check out this guidance from the Greater Good Science Center.
Mental Health Month, observed every May, is a good opportunity to remind the UC community that all of UC’s medical plans include benefits for mental health services and substance abuse treatment – because mental
Everyone experiences stress and anxiety sometimes. But what can you do to improve your mental health, and how do you know when it’s time to seek help? Join Dr. Robert Bota of UC Irvine for an informative webinar on Feb. 19.