Burnout Recovery: Addressing Provider Burnout in the Mountain Plains Behavioral Health Workforce

11:00am - February 13, 2024 thru 12:00pm - February 13, 2024 | Timezone: US/Mountain
Mountain Plains MHTTC
Registration Deadline: February 13, 2024
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Event Description

This training will focus on addressing behavioral health provider burnout by enhancing the well-being of those on the frontlines of community based mental health care. Participants will develop a comprehensive, multi-faceted approach that considers their self-care needs to continue the delivery of high-quality services. By taking proactive steps to promote holistic well-being and resilience, participants can help to create a healthier and more sustainable work environment for dedicated mental health professionals and those they serve.  

After this training, participants will learn the following,  

- Foster a positive and supportive work culture that emphasizes open communication, teamwork, and mutual respect. 
- Address any systemic issues contributing to burnout, such as inadequate resources, communication problems, or lack of support. 
- Recognize signs of burnout to acquire appropriate assistance for themselves and others. 


Lamarr Lewis


Lamarr Lewis, is a dedicated advocate, author, and agent of change. With a focus on community-based mental and public health, he works with diverse groups including individuals living with psychiatric disabilities, people in recovery from substance abuse, and at-hope youth (He does not use the term at-risk).  

He is an alumnus of Wittenberg University graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with minors in Africana Studies and Religion. He later received his master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Argosy University.  

His career spans over twenty years with experience as a therapist, consultant, public speaker, facilitator, trainer, and human service professional. He has been a featured expert for such organizations as; Boeing, Region IV Public Health Training Center, Fulton County Probate Court, Mississippi Department of Health, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, and many more.  

His lifelong mission is to leave the world better than how he found it.