Services Provided by Faculty Health
Individual confidential consultations with any faculty member concerning:
- Access to relevant resources
- Managing conflict
- Family concerns
Consultations can also be performed with teams or groups within a department or with the entire faculty.
Counseling with the Faculty Assistance Program
The Faculty Assistance Program offers three confidential sessions with an outside consultant. Family members are also eligible for the service. You may schedule your appointment directly with the consultant. For more information, visit the Faculty Assistance Program (MD Anderson intranet).
Educational presentations can be provided to your department on concerns you identify as relevant, e.g., techniques for stress reduction, conflict resolution, signs of depression or burn-out, balancing home and work, maintaining resilience and getting good sleep.
Weekly sessions of meditation and Tai Chi are offered to faculty and staff.
Interactive programs or formal presentations of any length can be prepared for departmental meetings and grand rounds.
Institution-wide programs are offered with speakers of national prominence on topics relevant to faculty health and well-being.
Please contact Katrina Allen Wright with any questions, concerns or requests.
Katrina Allen Wright, Program Manager
Alumni & Faculty Association
Forums and other opportunities to foster fellowship among current faculty, students and trainees
Employee Assistance Program
Confidential help for stress-related conditions, open to all employees of MD Anderson including graduate students, faculty and fellows
Employee Health & Well-being
Accessible and innovative solutions to enhance health and to balance work and family
Assistance with organization of office or lab, time management, team alignment and many areas of professional skill-building
Faculty and Family Organization (F2O)
Promotion of fellowship and exchange of information
(MD Anderson intranet)
Confidential assistance for early dispute resolution
Practitioner Peer Assistance Committee
Confidential help for those who are concerned about any impairment in their own functioning or in the functioning of a colleague. Contact Patsy Tatum at 713-794-5643.