In addition to the free, online resources listed on our Wellness page, WashU makes the following resources available to all employees.

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Winter Blues and Boundaries

January 23, 2023 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Virtual Session

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Managing Back to School Transitions

September 26, 2022 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Virtual Session

Jessi Gold, MD, MS, assistant professor of psychiatry, discusses the state of mental health during the pandemic, signs you might benefit from help, WashU resources and tips on navigating the mental health care system.
Max Rosen, MD, discusses supporting mental health of our children and ourselves as caregivers.

Resources from WashU

Human Resources Employee Wellness – Wellness Connection programs designed to help Washington University employees thrive at work and outside of work.

Thrive Tips: Addressing Anxiety through self check ins by Dr. Jessica Gold, MD, MS

Wellness Webinar Series- The webinars were brought to you by WashU Physicians, university vendors, and the Human Resources team.

Work-Life Solutions (Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – Work-Life Solutions offers free confidential, 24/7 support, resources and information for Washington University employees. 

Psych Hub Videos– was developed to help people overcome mental health challenges through multi-media education for every learning style. Psych Hub’s robust library of over 1000 proprietary educational assets includes: courses, videos, podcasts, text-based and shareable content.

Helpful outside resources

The Science of Well-Being– Offered by Yale. In this course you will engage in a series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits.

Pause A Moment (PAM)– was designed by researchers at Stanford with the hope of assisting health care workers with navigating the long-term effects of the pandemic, such as chronic stress and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as other difficult situations. Although the program was developed with health care workers in mind, it’s accessible to anyone with a computer or mobile phone who needs help. It’s also free.

Duke Health: The resilience tools are evidence-based, interactive, and specifically designed for busy healthcare workers. Interventions last between 3-15 days. Participants will receive prompts for the tools via email or text message

WELL-B for pandemic recovery: flyer: WELL-B 4 hours flyer.pdf

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Suicide prevention resources for healthcare professionals from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Physician Support Line: Crisis support to physicians, trainees, and medical students. Free.

Frontline Assistance Program: support groups for emergency responders and healthcare workers provided by The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, Green Cross Academy of Traumatology and CISM Perspectives’