Day Three Question: What was the name of the ship that took passengers out on a sunset cruise?
Oct. 20 – EAPA’s annual World EAP Conference wraps up its last morning with a 5k run /2.5k walk, morning sessions, keynote from C.C. Nuckols on neurobiology and the EA professional, and the annual awards luncheon and address from the new president, Steven Haught, executive director with PSP (Personal Support Program) in Chicago.
Afternoon “super sessions (2 hours as opposed to one hour) include workplace suicide prevention, several on ethics, and the one I attended, Social Media, Online Technologies and Apps – What’s Next for EAPs? A distinguished panel of tech-savvy professionals (Marina London, Michael Klaybor, Pablo McCabe, and Barbara Veder) explained to the audience how online technologies are being harnassed for EAP and clinical practice today, and challenged the group to consider the expansive reach of the web-enabled EAP of tomorrow.
Last, but certainly not least, attendees got to relax and cruise Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. (See picture at left.)
It was a GREAT three days! I’m already looking forward to next year’s event in Phoenix.
Answer to Day Three Question: The Inner Harbor Spirit.