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Since 1975, Cascade EAP has set the standard in Employee Assistance Program services. Our team approach sets us apart from other EAP service providers. More Info
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Creating a Bravespace Workplace

What does it take to make a workplace more human and how do we create a bravespace workplace in which everyone can thrive? Moe Carrick found that there are five levers: the who, the what, the where and when, the why, and the how.

Three Signs You’ve Created a Culture of Psychological Safety

Psychological safety is more than being comfortable with and liking your teammates. It’s the belief that your work environment is safe for personal risk taking.

How to Increase Resilience in Your Life

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from difficult or traumatic situations in one’s life. It’s not always easy but the ability to be resilient is something you can work on over time.

Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition, as are many other dementia or memory-related conditions. Therefore, seniors dealing with these conditions need an increasing level of care and assistance over time.

7 Tips on Communicating with Your Family about Caregiving

When multiple family members are involved with caring for a loved one, it can become difficult to sort out all of the responsibilities without creating conflict in the process. Wellthy Care Coordinators assists families with making the complex decisions and offers support needed to provide the best care.

Why We Need Psychological Safety to do Our Best Work

Today, employees at all levels spend 50 percent more of our work time collaborating than we did 20 years ago. As a result, our need for supportive environments is greater than ever.

Just One Thing: See What’s Likeable

Our response to liking or disliking things depends a lot on what we pay attention to to and on our own perspective.

Raising Kids to be Empathetic: How Compassion Can Help Our Children

There is a collective hope that our kids will grow up to be compassionate towards other members of our society. So, how do we raise an empathetic child?

What Every HR Department Needs to Know About Internal Communication

Internal communication is the sharing of information between different parts of an organization. When there isn’t a strategy for internal communication, important information falls through the cracks.

Why Inclusion is Just as Important as Employee Diversity

Many organizations today understand that having a diverse workplace is the right thing to do, but many still haven't quite figured out how to do it.

COVID-19: Oregon Workplace Protections and Resources

Many workers have lost all or part of their income due to those measures taken to avoid further spreading of COVID-19. We understand that, in addition to worries and fears about infection and illness, some are feeling even greater fears about financial instability and increased debt. These six steps ...

Smart Financial Moves During The COVID-19 Crisis

Consider taking the time to review your situation and create a financial plan. Here are a few ways that you can protect your finances and look to the future in tough economic times.

When Managers Build Community Its Less Lonely at the Top

4 Key Strategies to Help Supervisors Support Employee Well-Being During COVID-19

Managers and supervisors play a critical role in supporting their employees’ safety, health, and well-being, more so now than ever before.

Just One Thing: Accept Difficulty

Difficulties come and go. Meanwhile, your own good qualities and the good things in life persist and remain.

How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Caregiving can be extremely rewarding, but it can also lead to burnout. As a caregiver, you have an incredibly integral job, but don’t forget to take care of yourself.

Your Mindset, Your Life

Many of us desire to improve our health and wellness. However, some people struggle with mental roadblocks. Modifying your mindset can create positive, long-lasting change.

Make Sure the Seniors in Your Life are Eating Healthy

Make sure the seniors in your life are eating healthy by helping with meal planning and, when it's safe to do so, to dine together as often as possible.

No More Square Pegs in Round Holes: Picking the Best Treatment Option for You or a Loved One

Let me let you in on a secret...treatment doesn't always work, at least not the first time. Addiction is a disease and like most diseases it behooves you to do the research and talk with professionals in the field of treating that disease about what the best way to do it is.

How to Shift your Mindset

Let's start with a truth we can all agree on: Everyone is going through something. Mental Performance Coach, Karen Millsap, talks about her approach to life and her Stop & Shift mode – a method for shifting your mindset that you can use at work, at home and beyond.
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