Understanding the Impact of a Public Health Crisis on Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Providers; HHS Region 8

Session 2 of 4: Home Life, Clinical Care, and Work Relationships: Causes of Stress and Resiliency Building for Providers

Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (Mountain Plains MHTTC)

Wednesday Jun 23, 2021 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm EDT
United States

Providing physical or behavioral healthcare to others during the global health pandemic can lead to increased levels of stress, fear, anxiety, burnout, frustration, and other strong emotions. It is imperative that physical and behavioral healthcare providers recognize personal signs of mental fatigue, are given supports in their organization to ensure continued productivity and quality care, and are provided with tools to learn how to cope and build resilience. This training series has been developed to encourage self-care and to assist in building resilience among physical and behavioral healthcare providers amid the global health pandemic.

Access the free toolkit: Building Resilience Among Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Providers During a Global Health Pandemic

Registration is free and required. Register for any/all sessions of this series. The series is available for individuals residing in Heath and Human Services (HHS) Region 8 (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, and WY).

Session Two

Presenters will discuss home life stressors, challenges of managing work relationships during a time of crisis, and the current issues facing providers as they work to provide quality care during a public health emergency. This session will also offer specific solutions and key resources for fostering resilience and balancing demands of home life, clinical care, and professional relationships during a pandemic.

Trainers: Robin Landwehr, DBH, LPCC, NCC & Per Ostmo, BA

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