General CSEAP Presentations
CSEAP staff require 6 to 8 weeks notice in order to provide a presentation at your site or to your team/group via live webinar. Please see details below.
CSEAP offers presentations that focus on workplace and personal wellness to state agencies, divisions, units, and teams. When available, on-site presentations typically require 1 to 2.5 hours of training time and a confirmation that at least 20 state employees will be in attendance. Presentation requests that require less than 1 hour will be provided via live video webinar only. Due to the varied clinical schedules of our CSEAP team members, we require at least 6 to 8 weeks notice in order to provide a presentation at your site or via live webinar. If you know the details of your presentation request, please complete the form found at https://forms.gle/JgpXg5qLmgwuENSp7. See descriptions below of our most commonly requested webinars and presentations. Additional live webinars and presentations are available.
If you have questions, please call 1-800-821-8154 and request a consultation with Janeen Haller-Abernethy or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a consultation time.
Introduction to CSEAP
Learn about counseling, consultation, coaching, mediation and training services available free-of-charge to all state employees. This program can be offered via webinar or at your site (dependent on presenter availability in your area).
QPR: Simple Steps for Suicide Prevention
Question. Persuade. Refer. Three simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. You'll learn to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to offer hope, and how to get help for someone in crisis. This training is led by a certified QPR trainer on CSEAP staff. Registration is limited to 20 attendees. Attendance for entire presentation is mandatory to become a QPR Gatekeeper and receive training materials.
Understanding Conflict Modes
What's your default conflict style? The conflict styles of team members can influence how individuals and the team interact through workplace conflict and change. Learn strategies for managing conflict and improving workplace communication. Cost may be associated with this training when Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Inventory is used with the group.
Managing Conflict with Effective Communication
Apply mediation and negotiation strategies to address, manage, and transform workplace conflict. Learn strategies for assessing, understanding, and communicating through conflict in workplace relationships. Content and/or focus of this presentation may vary based on assigned presenter.
Safe Zone Training
CSEAP staff will provide a welcoming opportunity to talk, learn, and ask questions about sexuality and gender in a non-judgmental, safe, educational environment. This training is recommended for all audiences - gay, straight, queer, allied, and anywhere in between (or outside) those categories. You'll learn about LGBTQ+ identities, gender and sexuality, and examine prejudice, assumptions, and privilege.
Talking About Race and Racism at Work
This presentation focuses on constructive discussions about race and racism in the workplace. Learn about why these conversations matter, as well as how to engage in effective and respectful discussion. We’ll also share additional resources for further learning and growth. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with presenters and ask questions.
Workplace Respect and Professionalism
Identify how professionalism and communication can influence how you set, maintain, and respect workplace boundaries. Overviews of harassment, hostility, and workplace toxicity will be provided. In addition, CSEAP staff will present accepted standards of professionalism and strategies for maintaining a respectful work culture with effective workplace communication.
Stress, Wellness & Resiliency
Learn about stress and how it can compound leading to more serious concerns. We'll review strategies for improving wellness and increasing resiliency in an effort to manage stress. This presentation can be customized to include information on secondary trauma in the workplace.
Flourish Resiliency Program
Developed by Abbie Beacham, PhD and Jenny Reese, MD, the Flourish Resiliency curriculum seeks to help participants understand and apply the PERMAH Model of Wellbeing. Participants will develop understanding of general wellbeing, learn strategies for cultivating positive emotion, and practical application of mindfulness.