Parenting has always been challenging, but today’s parents need to adapt to environments evolving faster than ever before. This month we’ll discuss how to: transition into parenthood, raise children in the digital age and communicate with our children during crisis.
It goes without saying: becoming a new parent is a major life change. Both men and women are at risk of postpartum depression. One in 5 women and 1 in 10 men struggle with postpartum mood disorders. By building support networks, finding ways to communicate needs and expectations, practicing self-care, and setting boundaries, employees can survive and thrive as new parents. In this workshop, employees will create self-care plans to build resilience and strong foundations, learn to set boundaries for family and work obligations, and recognize signs of postpartum depression and how to get help.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), KGA, is a free, confidential service that provides counseling and work-life assistance to employees and adult household members.
Learn how the EAP can save you stress, time and money by providing support for practical and personal issues. No problem is too big or too small, and no one will know you called.