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Friday, March 4, 2016

The Family Liaison Office in partnership

with MHN (formerly Managed Health Network)

presents an interactive workshop  

“Humor for the Health of It” 

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

9:00 -10:00 A.M. ET 

The March 23 webinar will discuss how humor is an essential part of life, keeps us healthy and resilient, and helps us handle life’s setbacks. The one-hour, interactive webinar will describe the emotional and physical benefits of humor, as well as, explore ways to cultivate humor in everyday life and the workplace. Included is a Laughter Test to find out if humor is an integral part of your life.   

Remote participation:

This webinar 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 webinar. Please contact FLOAskUT@state.gov to request a digital copy. 

Who may participate?

This program is open to all U.S. government employees, their family members, and Members of Household.   

How to participate:

Virtual participants will log on to https://deptofstatehr.adobeconnect.com/humor/  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

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