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Bryan Hutchinson

Bryan Hutchinson

EAP Director

bhutchinson@iam141.org
Cell: 303-229-5117

Chris Davis

Chris Davis

EAP Chair – American Airlines

Tony Rodriguez

Tony Rodriguez

EAP Chair - United Airlines

iameaptony@gmail.com
Cell: (303) 525-3334

How Can We Help You?

We can quickly and confidentially connect you to counseling, crisis intervention, and other wellbeing services.
The Machinists and Aerospace Union partners with hundreds of deeply caring and trained professionals who can help guide you through a wide range of challenges. 
EAP services are free, confidential and compassionate.

Helping Hands April: Social Distancing, Isolation and Quarantine

Helping Hands April: Social Distancing, Isolation and Quarantine

EAP Peer Coordinators: This month's focus is on how to support yourself during social distancing, isolation, and quarantine. There are ideas about how to survive this extended period in which we find ourselves. The recent legislation supporting workers has been some...

March Helping Hands EAP Newsletter: Coping With Coronavirus

March Helping Hands EAP Newsletter: Coping With Coronavirus

EAP Peer Coordinators:   Coronavirus has changed everything. All Airlines have experienced a severe drop off of load factors associated with reduced flying due to governmental flying restrictions.   This special edition addresses the situation by looking at how to...

Helping Hands February: Shame

Helping Hands February: Shame

The experience of shame—a feeling of being unworthy, bad, or wrong—can be extremely uncomfortable. Shame has the potential to change the way we see ourselves and may lead to long-lasting social, professional, and other difficulties. The word “shame” means different...

Helping Hands December: Gratitude

Helping Hands December: Gratitude

Happy Holidays! This months' issue focuses on gratitude. There is a lot of research showing that focusing on gratitude helps improve all areas of life - all of the underlined text in the electronic version of this months issue are links to some of the research. This...

Helping Hands November: Caregivers Health

Helping Hands November: Caregivers Health

November focuses on Caregivers health. Many of our members are caregivers for parents, older (adult) children or friends, neighbors, etc. Being a caregiver takes a lot of energy and can be exhausting. The issue addresses good health for caregivers and some resources...

Helping Hands October: Retirement

Helping Hands October: Retirement

Our focus is on Retirement and how to prepare for retirement. Retirement is an important issue for many of our folks - preparing for retirement isn't just about money - it is also about being emotionally prepared and having a plan about what you will do and how you...

Helping Hands September: Sleep

Helping Hands September: Sleep

September focuses on sleep - the basics of sleep and how much sleep one needs. There has been a lot of research on sleep and how important it is for optimal functioning. Many of our co-workers work shifts that don't allow for "normal" sleep cycles. This can lead to...

Helping Hands August: CBD

Helping Hands August: CBD

Because there is a lot of confusion around legalization of marijuanna and THC (the active ingredient in marijuanna that gives people a "high") and now - CBD oils, we cover information about CBD this month. CBD oil has been touted as a treatment for pain. The...

Helping Hands July: Parenting

Helping Hands July: Parenting

This month's focus is on parenting. There are many parenting tips in the "Toolbox for Parents" There are also "steps to creating effective rules and consequences". Rules and consequences can also be thought of as boundaries, which could apply to adult relationships....

Helping Hands June: Anxiety

Helping Hands June: Anxiety

We address anxiety in this months issue. We are an anxious society. Anxiety comes in many forms, a few of them are addressed here. There are more types of anxiety then mentioned, the ones addressed are the most common types of anxiety. The good news is that there are...

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