December 8, 11am - 12pm [VIRTUAL]
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Non-Member Price: $ 25
Member Price: $ 15
Finding Our Way Through the Uncertainty and We Will Do
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold and change in ways
that create uncertainty and without a historical reference or a definitive
ending point, heightened stress is sure to follow. Prior natural disasters
had a definitive end then a start of a recovery, but this one is very
different. This slow moving, rapidly changing pandemic storm continues to
unfold in ways continuing to create losses for us all. We are in the
midst of what some have referred to as the Fourth Wave of the Coronavirus
Pandemic and it has taken a toll on the psychological and wellbeing of each one
Dr. Diller will share insights and guidance covering the following objectives:
- Attendees will gain a clear understanding of mental health, biases creating stigma and barriers to support and the impact on mental health in the workplace
- Attendees will be able to identify current statistics on the rise in mental health need, depression and anxiety in particular
- Attendees will be able to identify nine coping/self-care tips that can be started Today
To sign up for PART 2: Strategies for Supporting Mental Wellbeing in your Workplace, CLICK HERE.
Diller is a Licensed Psychologist and Director of WellSpan Employee Assistance
Program (WSEAP). He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of
Pittsburgh, a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in
Maryland and a Doctor of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology from the
University of Hartford. He spent nineteen years in clinical practice, fifteen
of those years at WellSpan Behavioral Health (WBH), now known as WellSpan
Philhaven. Dr. Diller served as a clinical supervisor from 2006 to 2016
overseeing clinical operations of WBH-Meadowlands outpatient office. He
has been with WSEAP since 2016 and has been passionate about finding better
ways to support our fellow coworkers, raising awareness of mental health issues
in the workplace and offering ways we can provide a culture of caring to
support overall wellbeing. Dr. Diller has also developed a growing
curiosity and interest in leadership development, particularly with the key
attributes of what makes a great leader.
As we continue to offer programming, the access fees help offset the cost for our staff coordination and organization as we also navigate the difficult landscape for business during this current crisis. However, we understand that businesses are at varying levels of financial stability and if the fee is a barrier to your access, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can ensure you are able to register. Our goal is to be an effective, informative resource for you at this time and want to help how we can.
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