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Ethical Practice in a Virtual World: Ethics and Use of Technology in Healthcare Service Delivery

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many healthcare providers found themselves abruptly thrust

EPLC & Wellness | Pandemic-related Substance Use: Recognizing Concerns and Making a Change

March 14, 2022 To watch the recording, go to: https://youtu.be/MYooHlwQlxI ARCO is part of Faces and Voices of Recovery – a fantastic recovery

EPLC & Wellness | The Link Between Sleep and Mood: Improving Sleep and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

/*-->*/ /*-->*/ December 8, 2021 This event built upon Dr. Cunningham's New England MHTTC presentation on Sleep during COVID-19 from May 2020 by

Webinar: The Impact of COVID 19 on Ohio's Hispanic and Latinx Communities Part I

This one and half-hour online session will focus on how the COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on communities of color. The

Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC) Workbook for Professionals [Interactive]

The Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC) Workbook for Professionals is a resource for professionals experiencing stress and burnout to use in

Workplace Wellness: Improving the Quality of Providing Care

This webinar is focused on steps behavioral health employers can take to support the well-being of their employees, especially in the wake of

Spirituality, Faith, and Religion: Creating a Time and Space for Connection, Wellness, and Hope for Health Care Providers - Session 3

People define their spirituality, faith, and religion as being a process involving growth, addressing existential questions about meaning and

Don't go it alone: Meaningful connections can help you through tough times (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)

No one knows better than registered nurse Denesha McGhee-Hill that we have to lean on our connections with others to help us weather difficult

When empathy becomes too much: How crises translate to trauma and what to do about it (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)

Health care professionals working with patients or clients who have endured traumatic events can expect to experience some stress related to

Spirituality, Faith, and Religion: Creating a Time and Space for Connection, Wellness, and Hope for Health Care Providers - Session 1

People define their spirituality, faith, and religion as being a process involving growth, addressing existential questions about meaning and

EPLC | Enhancing Wellbeing in Health Care Providers: Mindfulness and Acceptance Practices

As part of our series focused on “Addressing Stress-Related Mental Health Consequences of the Pandemic in Health Care Workers”, this workshop

Supporting Professional Well-Being in Health Care: An HHS Region 7 Town Hall Event

This virtual town hall event provides information on the spring 2021 context of professional well-being within health care and features several

Be here now: Integrating mindfulness into your daily life with ease (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)

Mindfulness doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, sometimes all it takes is returning your awareness to the present moment. The science

When self-care isn't enough: Why we need organizations to tackle well-being (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)

Sometimes, our best efforts to cultivate individual well-being just won't cut it. Instead, workplace culture needs a do-over. Clayton Cook, PhD

Calibrating your life compass: How values can orient you toward well-being (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)

One of the most important steps we can take when investing in our well-being is identifying our values: or, as this week's guest Ali DeLizza

We are not robots: How stress is core to being human and ways we can work with it during tough times (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)

Ever feel overwhelmed by messaging about self-care, or plagued by toxic positivity? What constitutes self-care, and at what point can it become

Enhancing Health Professionals’ Well-Being: A Structured Approach Utilizing the Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC)

Overview Join the Mid-America MHTTC for an informational 101 on our approach to supporting health care workers: The Adult Resilience Curriculum

Alcohol, Amphetamine and Cocaine Use Disorders: Update in African Americans During COVID-19 Recording

Recording of the event Alcohol, Amphetamine and Cocaine Use Disorders: Update in African Americans During COVID-19, originally held on February

Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, Moral Injury and Resilience in the Context of COVID-19 | Recorded Webinar

Dr. Kira Mauseth presented the second of two webinars on the provision of health care in disasters, with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and

Disaster Response and Recovery Timelines, Cycles and Common Experiences in Behavioral Health | Recorded Webinar

Dr. Kira Mauseth's webinar is the first of two on the provision of health care in disasters, with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and the

Having Difficult Conversations: A Guide for Providers, Teachers, and Parents

The pandemic, ongoing social and racial injustices, and the recent violent events on the Capitol may have you and those close to you feeling

Coping With COVID in our Everyday Lives: Evidence for What Works

Click "download" above to access: Slide Deck, Q/A, & Transcript The Great Lakes MHTTC and PTTC present this webinar for prevention practitioners

Module 2 Part 3: Virtual Adaptations of Trauma Informed Skills for Educators with Vivien Villaverde

About The Webinar This webinar will be a 90-minute overview of the Trauma-informed Skills for Educators (TISE) Curriculum. The TISE intervention

September GSVLI: Grieving in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond

Session Description: The pandemic has highlighted the ways in which marginalized communities experience death and loss at much higher rates than