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Wellness and Work/Life Balance & EAP Program Registration

Wellness & Work/Life Balance Classes and Events!


Wellness Walks!



Come join us as we kickoff the Campus Walking Program with a fun, informational Start Walking Presentation! Receive some walking tips, have the opportunity to win some prizes and learn more about walking for fun and health through our campus walks!


Take Off the Pounds   Description   Register

Take Off the Pounds Sensibly or TOPS is a weight-loss support group that meets every Friday at 12 pm. The cost is only $27.00 for a year and includes online support and tools. Can’t make it on Friday? No problem, we can start a TOPS support group anywhere on our three campuses as long as there are four interested people.

To register, contact Amy:
UB Community Day Description Register

The UB Office of Community Relations would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming UB Community Day Spring 2014! The event will take place on Saturday, April 12th, 2014 at 9:00 am with volunteer registration and light breakfast and finish off around 2:00 PM.

To register, contact Matt Kopalek:
Women and Wealth Description Register

Join Merrill Edge for a workshop that can help you address the financial concerns and challenges facing women today. Merrill Edge Financial Solutions Advisors™ will offer insights on how you may address your concerns and pursue your goals. Are you prepared financially for a long life well into retirement?


EAP & Wellness & Work/Life Balance Classes


 Tai Chi



Tai Chi is ancient Chinese exercise. Adults at all levels of Physical prowess can practice the gentle movements without straining joints and muscles. Tai Chi develops a coordination of mind and body, releases stress, strengthens and stretches the entire body, thus improving flexibility, balance, and mobility. Click here to learn more about Tai Chi! 

Mindful Eating




Are you curious about the idea of mindfulness or interested in learning a new way to improve your eating habits? Mindful Eating is an 8 week Lunch and Learn series During this series, you will learn to practice mindfulness to improve your awareness of the food you eat, your hunger cues, and when you feel full. The classes will include information about healthy eating as well as mindfulness practices that you can use in any area of your life. The class is taught by Erin Campbell, MD. Offered on Tuesdays at 12 pm starting February 18!


UB EAP Workshops


Tools for Supervisors: Helping You Manage the Tough Issues




May 1, 9am - 1pm, North Campus

This class is for ALL supervisors. You will learn how the UB Employee Assistance Program can help you, the supervisor, manage challenging and sometimes very stressful workplace situations that can impact your ability to manage your people well and get the job done. This class is instructor led, with stimulating new activities, real case studies, and the expertise of and interaction with fellow supervisors.


The Importance of Play for Young Children




April 24, 11:30am - 12:30pm, North Campus

Children learn best when they are allowed to explore, discover, and play! Play contributes to the emotional, social, cognitive, and physical development of children.  Learn more about the importance of play from Kathi James, Director of UB Child Care Center, North Campus.


UB EAP Groups

Click on the title to view group flyer.

Working Parents
Learn to Balance your Work and Family! Moms & dads are welcome!

To join, email Crystal Kaczmarek-Bogner:

Caregiver Support Group
Caregivers of aging parents & loved ones meet for support & resources.

Call Sue Bagdasarian 645-8167 to join!

Caring for Special Needs Group
Are you a loved one caring for a special needs child or adult? Get support, resources, and a listening ear.

Call Debbie Hard, 645-4460 to join this group and learn more.



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