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Please join OneOp Military Caregiving Wednesday, January 24 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern, for our free webinar entitled ‘Rebalancing Work and Life: Be the Model.’

This workshop provides you with a framework for identifying and rebalancing your work and life priorities. For example, people who take care of others often put everyone else’s needs first. But, by practicing and modeling great self-care, you can bring even more to your work and personal relationships. The tools you will gain in this workshop will help you see how the choices you make every day can bring more energy, happiness and appreciation to yourself and the people you are close with at work and at home. This allows you to model your ‘best’ self as you create your successful work-life balance.

 Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn to use tools to assess their current life priorities and their current work-life balance.
  • Participants will look at reprioritizing their busy lives to be more in line with their own values and life goals.
  • Participants will learn some quick ‘mini’ refresh tools which will allow you to give more to yourself and to others.



Bara Litman, Psy.D., CEAP
Program Manager
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Work-Life Center


Continuing Education Credit Available!

The OneOp Military Caregiving concentration will apply for 1.0 continuing education (CE) credit from UT School of Social Work for credentialed and licensed professionals. Additionally, Certificates of completion will be available for participants interested in receiving training hours.

Interested in Joining the Webinar?

To join this event, simply click on “Rebalancing Work and Life: Be the Model.” The webinar is hosted by the Department of Defense APAN system, but is open to the public.

If you cannot connect to the APAN site, an alternative viewing of this presentation will be running on YouTube Live. Mobile options for YouTube Live are available on all Apple and Android devices.

 This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on January 5, 2018.