Managing Mental Health in the Workplace Webinar
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Trish Harper, MSW, RSW
Trish has worked in many diverse mental health settings with families, youth and children providing direct practice for over 20 years. She has a Master of Social Work degree as well as an undergraduate degree in psychology, and has completed professional training in trauma resolution therapy. Trish believes that real change happens through relationship, authenticity and the use of skillful empathy. In addition to her work with CTRI, she maintains a small private practice, specializing in recovery from early adverse experiences, PTSD, anxiety, depression, vicarious trauma and burnout, and she continues to have a special passion for helping children, youth and families. As a trainer, Trish is a gifted listener who works to facilitate training that encourages genuine insight, compassion and a collective learning experience.
This webinar provides a roadmap to help leaders to participate in conversations with employees who may require support and accommodation when experiencing mental health difficulties. Early identification and support can lead to continued productivity, retention of employees and overall satisfaction in the workplace. Participants will learn practical strategies for creating a more inclusive work environment, a plan to reduce stigma surrounding mental illness, and creating appropriate processes to address the needs of employers and employees.
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Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this webinar participants should be able to
- Explain the essential components of an employer’s rights and responsibilities when accommodating and supporting employees dealing with mental health issues in the workplace.
- Summarize the 4 Steps to approaching a conversation regarding a mental health concern in the workplace.
- Describe how to create an inclusive work environment and reduce stigma regarding mental illness.