Upcoming Webinars

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EFR offers monthly webinars that educate, enlighten, and inspire healthier behaviors and attitudes. All webinars will be delivered live, however they will be recorded and placed here for later viewing.

Emotional Accountability with Barb Ranck

Wednesday, October 11 at 10:00am CST

Having language, and a process, to measure this side of “inner accountability” can be challenging in the workplace, though the increased focus on mental health has resulted in more available resources than ever before. This session will explore strategies to help measure “inner accountability” as a way toward ultimate accountability: responsible outcomes and behaviors.

Psychological Safety in the Workplace with Lars Peterson

Wednesday, October 25 at 10:00am CST

While the concept of psychological safety has been around for many years, it was not until recently that workplaces began assessing and measuring its impact. Join Lars Peterson, LISW to explore the foundations of psychological safety and better understand what it is, what it isn't, and why it is important for business. In addition, Lars will share about EFR’s new offering, Well Working Workplaces, and how EFR can work alongside your organization as it develops a culture that is psychologically safe.

The Gifts of Gratitude: Unlocking the Joy of Abundance with Ronee Andersen

Wednesday, November 15 at 10:00am CST

Practicing gratitude can help align our thoughts and emotions by attracting more positive experiences and opportunities into our lives. During this webinar we will explore the transformative power of gratitude and learn how cultivating a grateful mindset can unlock joy and abundance. We will identify strategies to cultivate gratitude even in the face of adversity, enabling us to find meaning, learn lessons, and move forward with strength and positivity.


Student Assistance Program (SAP) & Outpatient Counseling

Maddox*, an elementary-aged student, struggled with anger outbursts, physical aggression, and difficulties with problem-solving. After spending years off-and-on in therapy seeking treatment with various providers only to remark that “none seemed to want to listen,” Maddox’s parents sought SAP services through their district. 

Today, Maddox is completing his SAP sessions and moving towards outpatient counseling. He has reduced his anger outbursts and has learned skills to help him successfully navigate challenging days.

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