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Preparing for Your Retirement

For most of us, retirement presents a new chapter in life—a time to shift gears and create new experiences. However, retirement presents some very real psychological and emotional challenges. With advance planning and discussion with a spouse, partner, or friend, you can make your transition to this new chapter of your life both smooth and rewarding

Taking Control of Your Money

There are endless choices to be made about what to do with the money you earn and as many options for saving more of it. This course can be a good start if you don’t know the basics of money management, or a refresher if you already have some money management knowledge

Respect in the Workplace

This course helps participants learn when unwelcome or confrontational workplace situations “cross the line” and qualify as instances of harassment, discrimination, bullying and/or violence. The course also helps participants understand the importance of complying with policies regarding respectful workplace conduct.

Taking Control of Alcohol Use

This course is for anyone who is trying to control, cut down, or stop drinking. The course is also for the spouse, partner, child, sibling, co-worker, or employer of someone with a drinking problem…because there are many ways that concerned others can help.

Resolving Conflict in Intimate Relationships

Are you questioning whether you should stay in your relationship? Are you looking for ways to enhance your relationship? There is good news. The task of achieving and maintaining a happy and stable relationship is not a mystery. While there are many potential pitfalls that can derail any relationship, it is possible to avoid these pitfalls if you have a reliable roadmap to follow

Embracing Workplace Change

This course offers self-care strategies for coping with, and embracing, change. Skills taught include: continuous learning, collaborating with others, managing thinking, valuing mistakes, staying balanced, and taking action.

Responsible Optimism

Thinking optimistically, rather than negatively or pessimistically, is a proven key to avoiding feelings of depression, persisting longer at challenging tasks, and facing each day with hope and excitement. This course provides users with the tools they require to change their thinking.