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New Meeting Location!!!!!!!!
April's Topic: "Thinking out of the Box: How the Colorado EAPA Chapter increased member participation." It is always helpful to learn how other EAPs and organizations have responded to issues that we all face. As an example of how technology and innovative thinking can infuse an organization, Maggie Reynolds, LPC, CEAP will provide an overview of how the Colorado EAPA chapter utilizes Zoom and Ready Talk to increase chapter participation. She will discuss opportunities and barriers as they encountered them. This concept can be expanded to your EAP practice.
1) Educate members about best practices used by another EAPA chapter in order to increase membership and consider how to use in one's own practice
2) Explore barriers to technology using the experiences of the Colorado chapter as a learning example
3) Identify opportunities for using alternative modalities in an EAP practice to extend reach
SPEAKER: Maggie Reynolds, LPC, CEAP
Maggie Reynolds, EAP Clinical Counselor, relocated from Denver to join the Work/Life Connections-EAP Team at Vanderbilt in August of 2017. She is the secretary of the Colorado EAPA Chapter. Maggie's previous clinical experiences include employee assistance work at the State of Colorado's internal EAP and serving healthcare professionals struggling with substance use disorders at Peer Assistance Services, Inc. Her areas of interest and expertise include grief and loss, substance use, and process addictions.
LOCATION:Vanderbilt One Hundred Oaks
719 Thompson Ln, Nashville, TN 37204
Main entrance (D)
DATE: April 26, 2018
TIME: 8 AM gathering and 8:30-10:00 Meeting and Program
MEETING ROOM: Second Floor Administrative Offices Conference Room near the University Pediatrics train.
Meetings are on the 4thThursday of the even months (except in December)