Faculty Resources

Available counseling services for faculty, staff, learners, and the general community. The services range from free to low-cost options, and include internal U-M services as well as external services.

Resources for faculty, staff, learners, and the community at-large. Resources range from counseling and consultation services, stress first aid, mask-wearing tips, and more.

Providing faculty, staff, and learners with resources and support as we navigate the current and future state of balancing family care and work demands.

The program goal is to support scholarship, enable expertise, and propose solutions in the field of workplace well-being through the protected effort for eligible faculty.

The Wellness Office aims to encourage and support innovative approaches for improving the quality of experience and well-being at work among faculty, staff and learners at Michigan Medicine.

This network is a collaborative group of faculty, staff, and learners designated by their leaders to be liaisons to the Wellness Office. They actively promote workplace well-being in their respective departments, disciplines, and offices. Find the Wellness Advocate Network from your area!

Learn more about burnout, its contributors and key strategies to address it for leaders, faculty, staff, and learners.

Operational Decision Guide.pdf

Watch the Video!

This guide includes helpful questions to consider prior to making new operational decisions or policy changes. It can also be used as a debriefing tool to assess the impact of an implementation (e.g., what went well, or any learning opportunity).

Wellbeing Checkin Guide v2.pdf

A brief guide for local teams and leaders to facilitate well-being discussions when and where they can.

Read publications, abstracts and posters by Wellness Office staff and Wellness Advocates.

Training programs and webinars are listed to provide individuals with tools to navigate stress, address burnout, learn about psychological safety, and more.


Whatever area of your life you are looking to get help on or improve, whether it be on well-being, mental health resources or work conflict - there are services and resources available at Michigan Medicine.

An introduction of psychological safety in the workplace using evidenced-based research in positive psychology and neuroscience.