The Family Liaison Office in partnership
with MHN (formerly Managed Health Network)
presents an interactive workshop
“Enhancing Stress Resilience for Kids”
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
9:00 -10:00 A.M. ET
Department of State, FLO Room 1239
This session is designed for an adult audience and will address the challenges children face in today’s busy world. The one hour interactive workshop will provide ways for parents to identify signs of stress in their children, discuss how adults’ and kids’ bodies react to stress, and provide techniques to reduce stress.
A trainer from MHN (a Health Net company) will facilitate the discussion.
You do not have to attend in person. This workshop is available virtually. Virtual participants will need a computer with a high-speed internet connection and computer speakers. The “chat” function will allow virtual participants to post questions during the presentation. There is a workbook to use during the workshop. Please contact FLOAskUT@state.govto request a copy.
Who may participate?
This program is open to all U.S. government employees, their family members, and Members of Household. It may be especially useful to those affected by long-term temporary duty (TDY) and permanent change of station assignments to unaccompanied posts or high threat posts.
How to participate:
Contact FLOAskUT@state.gov to participate in person. Virtual participants will log on to https://deptofstatehr.adobeconnect.com/r23k31mdibr/. Enter as a guest; type your name and your current or future post.
If you have questions: Please contact FLO's Unaccompanied Tours Support Team at
202-647-1076 or 1-800-440-0397 or email FLOAskUT@state.gov