Wellness and Mental Health Resources
The State Bar of New Mexico's FREE Employee Assistance Program
Services include up to four FREE counseling sessions/issue/year for ANY mental health, addiction, relationship conflict, anxiety and/or depression issue.
Counseling sessions are with a professionally licensed therapist. Other FREE services include management consultation, stress management education, critical incident stress debriefing, video counseling, and 24X7 call center. Providers are located throughout the state. Services are available to all members, their staff, and their families
. View the EAP Flyer.
To access this service call 866-254-3555 and identify with NMJLAP. All calls are CONFIDENTIAL.
Counseling is available by video!
Tips for Staying Calm in Stressful Times
Free Webinars from The Solutions Group
Creating a Mindfulness Practice During COVID-19
There's no time like the present to practice mindfulness as part of a daily, weekly or even monthly routine. The play on words aside, dealing with COVID-19 on top of our already stressful lives is adding insult to injury when it comes to our sense of centeredness, calm and restoration. Time and again, mindfulness practices have been shown to have positive physiological and psychological effects on our persons. Learn how to practice mindfulness in spite of and in order to thrive through the pandemic of 2020. Register
Culture, Inclusion and Bias in the Workplace
Many differences exist among coworkers and clients. These dynamics range from race and gender to class, sexual orientation, generational differences, physical ability and age differences. This workshop will address the significant role diversity plays in our workday as well as in our own understanding. Register
Grieving Through COVID-19
While we work to keep our spirits up and look for the positive in each moment, there is more going on inside us as we experience the effects of COVID-19. So much is changing. Life as we have known it, collectively an individually, seems further and further away. What is happening for us is not just fear of the unknown. There is also a sense of loss and sorrow. Many of us are grieving... Register
Maintaining Sobriety During COVID-19: Tools and Resources
Maintaining sobriety, sticking with a meeting, or staying on track with your program is difficult under the best of circumstances, but COVID-19 has exponentially increased the difficulty for people who struggle with issues of sobriety and substance abuse. Learn about the challenges, tools and resources for recovery during COVID-19 and what you can do to help yourself, your peers and your family members through this extraordinary time. Register
Managing Stress Through Difficult Times: Support Through COVID-19
Human beings like certainty. We are hard-wired to want to know what is happening when and to notice things that feel threatening to us. When things feel uncertain or when we don't generally feel safe, it's normal to feel stressed. Currently, many of us are worrying about COVID-19, also known as "Coronavirus." Many of us are "under the gun" to do even more with less as public fear, anxiety and uncertainty continue to rise... Register
Pandemic Fatigue: Staying the Course - NEW! CME/CEU Credit Available for this Webinar!
COVID-19 has been the 800-pound gorilla in our lives for the past several months. It has drastically altered milestone celebrations and recreational activities on top of eliminating many of the services we rely on daily. These major changes have brought on what behavioral psychologists call "Caution Fatigue," medical personnel call "Alarm Fatigue," and some researchers call "Uncertainty Fatigue." Whatever the label, the effects are the same and the solutions for recharging our spirits are also the same. This webinar looks at ways we can thrive and maintain hope through pandemic fatigue. Register
Mental Health Resources
NYC Front Lines Doctor Explains How Easy It Is To Not Get Infected And Stop The Spread Of COVID-19
Live Mindfulness Sessions
Resources for Kids at Home
The Juniper Center: Mental Health Wellness Tips for Quarantine