Emory Enterprise Support and Resources
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ASAP MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTATION AND SERVICES - For ALL team members: Emory's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is providing ASAP, free, flexible-hours support and consultation calls and follow-up individual therapy and medication management
GROUP DEBRIEFING AND SUPPORT - The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and FSAP are facilitating zoom group debriefing and support sessions for diverse groups across Emory-affiliated hospitals and for School of Medicine faculty and housestaff; email to arrange these sessions with either FSAP or the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is offering in-person and virtual group debriefing and support sessions for faculty, staff, and trainees based at Grady Health System; email to arrange.
MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION – The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is providing education to the public and healthcare providers www.psychiatry.emory.edu/ or email to arrange.
The Faculty Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) serves employees and benefits-eligible household family members, as well as departmental teams of both Emory Healthcare and Emory University. We provide resources and referrals for children under the age of 18 years old.
FSAP offers free and confidential services which promote emotional, behavioral and organizational health. Services include comprehensive assessments, short-term counseling (individuals and couples), family consultations, coaching, crisis intervention, leadership consultations, team resources, well-being assessments for self-care plans, educational webinars and group support sessions. (stress management, processing/debriefing or support and skills sessions). FSAP now offers several new weekly group services to help employees and their families cope with COVID-19. Some sessions are specifically provided for employees (and their family members) who work on health care frontlines. There is also a weekly group for non-medical essential employees as well as one that is open to all Emory employees.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, FSAP is providing services via telephonic or HIPAA-compliant Zoom video-conferencing sessions with expanded session from 5pm-9pm. Contact FSAP @ 404-727-WELL (9355), firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.fsap.emory.edu F
The Health & Wellness team serves all Emory University, Emory Healthcare, & Pediatric Institute employees and pre-65 retirees on an Emory medical plan. A limited number of programs are also available to spouses of Emory employees.
The Health & Wellness team provides a variety of programs and services under the “Healthy Emory” umbrella. Resources cover the physical, emotional, mental, social, and financial health & wellbeing needs of Emory employees.
Most of our major programs are built and delivered on our technology platform, Healthy Emory Connect (internet and mobile apps). The Health & Wellness team leverages our 115+ Wellness Champions across Emory to help with program communication, implementation, & evaluation.
Emory Healthcare Spiritual Health
We support faculty, staff and families working for Emory Healthcare offering onsite and spiritual support 24/7
How to contact:
Emory Decatur Hospital (404-948-3519)
Emory Hillandale Hospital (404-719-9359)
Emory Long-Term Acute Care (404-719-7215)
Emory University Hospital (404-308-3761)
Emory University Hospital Midtown( 404-308-3829)
Emory Johns Creek Hospital (678-474-7195)
Emory Saint Josephs Hospital (678-843-4062)
Emory Wesley Woods( 404-308-4376)
Emory University Orthopaedic and Spine Hospital (404-242-3571)
Winship Cancer Institute (470-446-7844)
CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training) – a system of contemplative exercises designed to strengthen and sustain compassion – has been embraced widely by healthcare providers since 2014 with promising research outcomes. Courses are offered regularly at Emory’s School of Medicine (to faculty, staff, and students) and Nursing Professional Development Center, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, and Cambridge Health Alliance.
CBCT® was developed by Prof. Lobsang Tenzin Negi, PhD, at Emory’s Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics. For twenty years the center has been committed to the creation and implementation of high quality, research-based educational programs – including for schoolchildren and Tibetan monastics – with the mission of fostering a more ethical and compassionate world for all.
CBCT® Covid-19 Response: In response to the pandemic, the Center is hosting twice-daily, free, online compassion practice and fellowship, open to everyone, at 9 am and 7 pm Eastern. All sessions are guided by Emory-certified CBCT® instructors. Please join!