Great Lakes MHTTC Well-being Group: September 22, 2021
Great Lakes MHTTC Well-being Group
There's still time to register for Wednesday September 22!
Groups meet at 9am, 10am, 11am, or 1pm Central
Wellbeing groups are small groups of up to 10 people that engage in guided conversations about how YOU are doing: In work, in relationships at work, and in life as it relates to your stress and work/life balance. The groups include time for learning from each other. Presenters will share Alia’s wellbeing curriculum.
- Do you find that your workplace satisfaction could use a boost?
- Do you feel like your personal relationships, or mental health are suffering due to workplace stress?
- Are you doing fine, but want to learn new ways to care for yourself?
- Do you have something you want to talk about?
- Do you feel like you would like to get more joy out of life?
Presenters: Tyler Reitzner and Jasmine Grika, MSW
Tyler Reitzner is an Associate Director of Learning at Alia Innovations. He is a husband, a father and an impassioned advocate for everyone’s right to thrive. In long- term recovery from Developmental Trauma, that includes PTSD and substance use disorder, Tyler has put his experience to use in the field of family and community health. His professional life, his recovery and his lived experience have given him a deep understanding of the influence that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have on our abilities to work, to grow, and to have authentic relationships throughout life.
Jasmine Grika is a Citizen of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota and Tribally Affiliated with Red Lake Nation in Northern Minnesota. She received her Master of Social Work at the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in Saint Louis and is currently enrolled in the University of Southern California Suzanna Dworak-Peck school of social work Doctorate Program focusing on eliminating racism and co-designing with communities. She has served on many committees and is a member of the Public Policy and Advocacy Committee through the Minnesota Social Service Association.