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Announcements and Upcoming Events

FEAP conducts seminars in association with Hoo's Well.  Hoo’s Well is the University of Virginia’s comprehensive wellness program. It is designed to help you get healthy and stay healthy by improving your general fitness and reducing your risk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other debilitating illnesses. Take part in taking care of yourself. Participate in the classes offered through this program to help you lose weight, improve your diet and nutrition, manage stress, and enhance your general health. The sessions affiliated with Hoos Well are notated in the schedule below:


FEAP also offers seminars on a variety of Work/Life topics throughout the year for general team groups and by request of departments.  To request a seminar for a work group, or for more information about upcoming seminars, please contact FEAP at 243-2643.


 The following seminars are free but registration is required.  

To register for FEAP Seminars, please CLICK HERE 


Tools to Stop Negative Mind Chatter

If you   are like most people, there is a negative stream of thoughts that you feed   yourself throughout the day. This impacts our physical and mental health   negatively as well as potentially impacting relationships.   If you are interested in being kinder to   yourself and allowing more positive energy to flow within, then join this   seminar where we will explore the tools of self-compassion and curiosity as   ways to quell the negative mind chatter and move towards more peace and   harmony with ourselves which will also positively impact those around us.

 Wednesday, March 14, 2018  


Education Resource Center, Room B

1220 Lee Street - Across from the lobby of the Main Hospital


Thursday, March 29, 2018

12 noon - 1:00 p.m.

Newcomb Hall - South Meeting Room
180 McCormick Road

 Be sure to register for the date/time/location you plan to attend



Understanding Anxiety

Anxiety   disorders are the most common mental health problem in the U.S. and result in   +$4.1 billion in indirect workplace costs. For many people with an anxiety   disorder, successfully maintaining a job is an essential part of recovery and   well-being. Learn how employers can help facilitate this by creating an   informed and accommodating work environment and how family members can   understand and support their loved ones with anxiety. In this presentation we   will discuss general anxiety, panic disorders and other anxiety based issues   and effective treatment approaches. Rumination and worry are common symptoms   but when is it more than that?

Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Educational Resource Center, Room B
1220 Lee Street - directly across from the lobby of the Main Hospital


To register for FEAP Seminars, please CLICK HERE 


The Science and Practice of Compassion

Recent research provides good evidence to suggest practicing compassion, (including self- compassion) has an overall positive impact on health and wellbeing, and can serve to diminish negative consequences of stressful situations.   Join us for this seminar to learn how empathy and compassion differ; how to self-monitor for and address compassion fatigue; as well as ways to cultivate the practice of compassion in your own experiences.  This hour will feature information sharing as well as several brief opportunities to practice exercises shown to cultivate compassion

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Educational Resource Center, Room B
1220 Lee Street - directly across from the lobby of the Main Hospital


To register for FEAP Seminars, please CLICK HERE