Stress Management for HR
Does work or home have you all stressed-out?
If so, you may want to participate in a stress management facilitated discussion provided by
KGA, Inc. (Kathleen Greer Associates). These discussions are free of charge as a benefit to
NEHRA members, offered quarterly.
All NEHRA members are invited to attend this confidential session designed especially for HR
professionals and hosted and facilitated by the KGA staff.
The discussion will focus on:
- Stressors unique to HR
- Assessing Your Personal Stress Level
- Stress Management Tips and Techniques
Clinical Manager, KGA, Inc.
Kristin Matthews joined KGA in 2007 and is currently KGA's
Clinical Manager. She oversees the daily operations for the EAP team, as well
as provides assessment, counseling, and referral services to managers, HR,
employees, and their families. Kristin has extensive experience counseling
children, adolescents, and adults in various settings. Prior to KGA, she worked
as an HR Representative for a Fortune 500 U.S. technology company in Cork,
Ireland. Kristin received her B.A. in Psychology and Women's Studies from
Bowdoin College and her M.S.W. from Boston University. She is an LICSW and a
Alison Magee, Sr. VP of
Clinical Services, KGA, Inc.
Alison W. Magee is KGA's Senior Vice President of Clinical
Services, where she oversees the assessment, counseling and referral services
provided by KGA's clinical consultants. Alison has 30 years of clinical,
work/life, substance abuse treatment and management experience. She is a
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW). Alison is also a Faculty
Advisor to graduate interns at Boston University School of Social Work. Prior
to coming to KGA in 2012, Alison was Vice President of Clinical Services for
E4Health (formerly Sobel and Raciti Associates, Inc.) where she managed the
clinical service delivery for the EAP. Alison has a M.S.W. from Boston
FREE to NEHRA Members
This session is free for NEHRA members, but you must register by calling 508-879-2093 -OR- emailing email@example.com
Please note that the Stress Management Discussion Group will be cancelled if we have less than five participants.