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With all that is going on in today's world, both business and personal, mental health and wellness is more important than ever. UPMC Workpartners will present on the following two topics to provide us with tools for our own personal lives as well as sharing and applying at our workplaces.
Facilitating Mental Wellness in the Workplace: A Toolkit for Leaders (Alicia Fairman)
Understand the vast array of concerns that employees experience and bring to work with them. Learn how to use professional boundaries to show compassion without becoming over-involved in your employee’s lives.
Alicia Fairman Bio:
Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor with 25 years of experience. For over two decades, I have worked with individuals and their families in group and individual settings to address a variety of mental health and substance use concerns. I have provided supervision and training to substance use disorder treatment teams, including the importance of self-care techniques in programming for patients as well as personal needs to avoid concerns related to burnout and compassion fatigue. For three years, I have worked as an EAP Program Manager providing consultation to leaders, training to departments, and stress management response to departments that have experienced a disruptive event.
Resilience: Finding Hope In Hardship (Cindy Grindel)
The more resilient you are, the more able you are to power through life’s inevitable challenges. Learn more about what resilience is and why it matters. Join us to gain self-awareness of your personal reservoir of resilience while learning practical strategies to enhance it.
Cindy Grindel, LSW Bio:
Cindy is a Program Manager with LifeSolutions Employee Assistance Program where she provides workshops and trainings for businesses throughout the region and support to workplaces experiencing trauma or loss. Her previous experience includes work as a Hospice Bereavement Coordinator and as a counselor for a community mental health agency.
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