Events

May 2022 Events:

** Special Event Added **

Responding to the Mass Shooting in Buffalo

Live Webinars

A Conversation About Trauma and Recovery with Rana Ryan

Thursday May 19th at noon

Rana Ryan, LCSW, LMSW, CCTP, CAMF, MBA, MPA is a Certified Clinical Licensed Psychotherapist practicing independently in WNY and NYC.  Rana Ryan’s practice is located in the downtown area of Buffalo. Rana Ryan is a Certified Anger Management Facilitator; she is also a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She began working with families in 1992 in Queens NY, counseling parents, children, and their families, building their relationships and connecting them to one another through learned therapeutic methodologies.

Click here to register for the webinar: A Conversation About Trauma and Recovery with Rana Ryan

To learn more about Rana Ryan please visit her website by clicking here.

Please remind staff about our webpage dedicated to crisis support.

Special Response to the Mass Shooting in Buffalo | Child & Family Services (cfsbny.org)

General EAP Supervisory Training

Tuesday May 24th at 12-12:30pm

EAP provides comprehensive support to those in management roles, by providing consultation on supervisory issues, performance problems and all kinds of management situations one might not be sure how to handle.

Who Should Attend: Those in a supervisory role who are committed to promoting a workplace culture of safety and respect.

Register for the General EAP Supervisory Training

 

Screening Event

Mental Health and Stress Check-up- varying times available on May 11th, 19th and 27th

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. While C&FS EAP strives to make the mental health of our members a priority all year, we are especially pleased to announce three Mental Health and Stress Check-up Events this month. This will be an opportunity to consider your mental and emotional health, your coping strategies, and what you can do to promote positive mental health all year. During your 30-minute confidential, virtual appointment, you can also ask other questions you might have about your benefit and how the program might help you, your family, or even a colleague that you may be concerned about. Follow up appointments and educational information will also be available. Sign up today!

Register for your individual Mental Health Check-up

In Case You Missed It in April 2022:

Take a look at last month’s complimentary webinar:

Supporting the Mental Health of Children: What to look for and how to respond

And here you will find the resources provided:

  • Click here to learn more about how you can support children with mental health concerns and what resources are available.
  • Click here to learn more about the services available through Say Yes Buffalo.
  • Click here to learn more about a new program that will be available through Child & Family Services for at risk youth.
  • Click here to learn more about Conflict Coaching available for parents and high-risk youth through the Center for Resolution and Justice.

In Case You Missed this in March 2022:

Take a look at last month’s complimentary webinar:

The Importance of Emotional Intelligence: At work and home

And here you will find the resources provided:

  • Click here to read more about Emotional Agility and the work of Dr. Susan David.
  • Click here to learn more about Dr. Marc Brackett’s work on emotions in the workplace.
  • Click here for a one-page overview exploring the benefits of emotional intelligence in the workplace.