Published: Jan. 24, 2022

The Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is dedicated to serving the emotional and psychological needs of the campus community. All FSAP staff are trained as generalist counselors and are equipped to deal with a wide range of personal and work-related issues. Services are exclusively available to CU Boulder faculty and staff members and their families at no cost.

If you have been directly impacted by the Marshall Fire, FSAP is prioritizing counseling for you. 

To learn more about FSAP’s services, access resources and make an appointment, visit their website

In addition to counseling, FSAP also hosts a variety of workshops and groups. A full list of their programs can be found on the Workshops for Self-Care & Personal Growth page. Upcoming workshops include:

Mindset and Motivation for Health, February 2nd, Noon - 1:00 p.m.

In this interactive workshop you will identify your mission and learn goal setting tools so that you can become loyal to what makes you feel better. Since there are so many ways to get healthy, we’ll brainstorm together multiple options for incorporating healthy practices and overcoming resistance when life throws you a curveball. 

Facilitator: Nicole Irlbeck, MS, ATC
Co-hosted by FSAP/Elevations Credit Union
Registration required on the Mindset and Motivation for Health workshop webpage

New Moms Support Group, 6-week group meeting in March & April

Are you a new mother or a mother-to-be? Come join us for a 6-week group, meeting at the lunch hour over Zoom.  We’ll discuss the challenges of being a new mother while pursuing a career.  We’ll share ideas and offer support. Bring your lunches and your babies too! 

  • Date: Tuesdays - March 1, 8, 15, 29 & April 5, 12, 2022
  • Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m. 

Facilitator: Paulette Erickson England, LCSW , FSAP
Registration required on the New Mom Support Group webpage 

Managing Energy Levels: Tools to Support Self-Regulation Throughout the Day, March 10th, Noon - 1:00 p.m.

Join us for a workshop dedicated to understanding how the body communicates the need for grounding or energizing with some useful practical tools from the field of Somatic Psychotherapy, which utilizes the wisdom of the body. This interactive session will provide time to practice and discuss the tools offered.  

Facilitator: Rachel Ness, Masters Intern, FSAP 
Registration required on the Managing Energy Levels workshop webpage