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Well-being Webinars

Free webinars are offered each month on a variety of well-being topics such as mindfulness, relaxation, parenting, eating healthy and sleep. Click here to see the upcoming schedule as well as access previously recorded webinars.  

World Mental Health Day: October 10

World Mental Health Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of mental health issues.  Click here to learn more about this year's theme, "Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention" and for tips on how to help anyone who may be contemplating suicide, or visit the World Federation for Mental Health website for further information.  The Faculty/Employee Assistance Program is also available to help.  

Participate in a web-based therapy program in the privacy of your own home

Are you troubled by conflicts with others, high stressed, or low mood?  This program is offered through a research study at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth who is conducting a research study designed to test the PATH program.  PATH is a set of web-based, interactive self-help tools to treat, train and self-assess.  Improve mood and reduce stress using self-directed programs guided by expert mentors; learn key skills for reducing stress, managing conflict, and enhancing performance; and assess your level of stress, burnout, anxiety, sadness, and conflict and get recommendations on actions you can take to improve your situation.  These confidential sessions can take place in the privacy of your home using a secure computer with network access.

Visit path.dartmouth.edu and click on Sign Up to create a username and password.  Use login token eap_path.

For more information, please contact the Space Medicine Innovations Lab at 603-650-7589 or space.medicine.lab@dartmouth.edu 


Working Moms Group

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The monthly lunches will take place at 12:00 PM in Parkhurst 9B or at Ramuntos.

Those of you that have never come or not come in a while, please join us as you might just make a new friend, learn something, or at least get out of the office!

For those new, here is a synopsis of what the Working Mom's group is about:

We are a very casual group that gets together once a month for lunch to talk about whatever is on our minds. We all know how challenging it is to balance a career and a family and it's really nice to have others to talk with and get ideas or just vent. We discuss all types of things ranging from pregnancy, potty training, allowances, child care options, bedtime routines, food, summer camps, etc. Any topic is open for discussion and people have been so helpful in offering advice and assistance when needed. Mom's in the group have all age ranges of kids and everyone is welcome. Typically we have anywhere from 6-12 women at each lunch. It would be great to have more so tell your friends or bring a friend and mark your calendars for upcoming lunches!

For more information contact: Sarah.C.Swanson@dartmouth.edu 


After Hours Program & Meet Up Upper Valley

After Hours is a program jointly sponsored by the Human Resources Departments of Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. The goal of this initiative is to provide College and Medical Center employees with opportunities to get acquainted and participate in social, recreational and cultural activities. After Hours events are open to all employees, partners and families. 

Ready to have some fun? Dartmouth College employees and their guests are invited to participate in any event sponsored by Meet-Up Upper Valley (MUUV). MUUV events are designed so that families, friends, and colleagues from all over the Upper Valley can meet each other while participating in local outings or programs.

For More Information on these programs, go to: