Employee Assistance Program
CWC does not provide personal counseling to faculty & staff of Augsburg. However, all benefits-eligible employees may use the Augsburg Employee Assistance Program (ComPsych Guidance Resources) at no charge. Compsych provides confidential phone counseling 24/7 to help address personal issues, stressors, and grief. Compsych will refer you to a local counselor for individual and family counseling (for several free face-to-face counseling sessions), or to other resources in your community. They also provide legal information and a referral for a free 30 minute legal consultation, financial counseling, and information and referral for new parents, for caregivers for the elderly, and for other work-life needs. To use services, you will need an Augsburg Web ID which is available through Human Resources and on the HR Moodle site. Call Compsych at 877-595-5284 (24/7).
See the Human Resources Community Moodle site for the most updated information or contact HR.
Self-Care for Faculty & Staff
“…we have a special vocation to steward our own gifts by caring responsibly for ourselves.” Mark Tranvik, Martin Luther and the Called Life
“Self-care is never a selfish act — it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer to others.” Parker Palmer, Let Your Life Speak
Avoiding Burnout: Self-Care Strategies for Faculty Camille Freeman & Bevin Clare
Self-Care for Teachers Anne Brunette, MSW
Staff Self-Care from The Colorado Education Initiative
Faculty Burnout Robert Minter, Walsh College Includes the “Burnout Cycle Inventory” and a “Recovery Process” (page 7).
Are You Burning Out? From the University at Buffalo School of Social Work
Self-Care Starter Kit University at Buffalo School of Social Work
Professor Goldilocks and the Three Boundaries Self-care and boundaries; Amanda Wyrick
How to Listen Less Setting boundaries with students’ personal problems Kerry Ann Rockquemore
Radical Self-Care “Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers advice for faculty members feeling exhausted by racial battle fatigue”
It’s Your Job, Not Your Life Kerry Ann Rockquemore
A Black Academic Woman’s Self-Care Manifesto Erica Lorraine Williams
Penny George Institute for Health & Healing holistic care and classes
Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute Resilience & Self-Care workshop