Join us as we honor Mental Health Awareness Month by talking about the importance of burnout prevention. Discover tools and skills to maintain mental health and mental wellbeing in our daily lives.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month!
Please join our panel discussion on workplace mental health addressing topics of burnout and stigma.
Although there is growing awareness of the importance of employee mental health, we have a long way to go. Today, there are professions with unprecedented rates of burnout. For many, stigma continues to restrict access to appropriate mental health care.
Our panelists bring deep expertise in employee mental well-being and will discuss:
- The mental health challenges employees often experience in work settings.
- Best practices for mitigating employee stress and reducing stigma.
This conversation will be relevant to employees, managers, and organizational leaders. Attendees will gain an understanding of:
- The impact of burnout and mental health stigma on employee well-being.
- Steps each of us can be taken to improve mental health in the workplace.
- Kristin Matthews, LICSW, Chief Clinical Officer, KGA Inc.
- Fatimah Finney, LMHC, CEAP, Counselor, Trainer, DEI Practitioner
- Nina Dickerman, Work/Life Leader
- Nancy Costikyan, MSW, LICSW, Work/Life Director, Harvard University
- Janine Taylor, Chief Human Resources Officer, Advocates Inc.
**If you need reasonable accommodations, including ASL interpreters, CART, or other, please email us by Tuesday, April 25 - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access immediate support for feelings and indications of depression.
As we bring awareness to mental health during the month of May, join us in learning about the impact of racial trauma on mental health. On this journey of understanding, we are gaining awareness of how trauma might affect diverse experiences in the workplace. Through this awareness, we can practice inclusivity and cultivate a more understanding workplace.