Mental Health Service Providers Mutual Support Group

12:00pm - February 15, 2021 | Timezone: US/Eastern
Northeast & Caribbean MHTTC
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The Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC wants to continue to support you and your work during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Many of you have developed unique strategies for meeting the needs of service participants over the course of the year, but you may still be struggling with maintaining your own wellness and self-care. To help facilitate support and the sharing of wellness strategies and resources, we will be facilitating Mutual Support Calls for Thriving at Work During COVID-19. 

Who: Community Mental Health Service Providers

What: One-hour virtual support group sessions to share experiences, exchange resources, develop skills, and provide and receive mutual support

When: The third Monday of each month, February through September

Schedule: 2/15; 3/15; 4/19; 5/17; 6/21; 7/19; 8/16; 9/20

We look forward to connecting with you!


Facilitator: Bill Burns-Lynch, MA, LPC, has a 30+ year history of engagement in the psychiatric rehabilitation and mental health treatment community. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Throughout his career, he has worked extensively in community mental health developing and supporting the implementation of innovative, effective, and evidence-based psychiatric rehabilitation practices and service delivery programs. He has been a direct service provider, program developer, supervisor, administrator, trainer, consultant, researcher, and educator. 

Currently, Bill is in practice in Bordentown, New Jersey, where he provides psychotherapy and counseling services geared toward helping people identify, address, and overcome the distress associated with a number of lifestyle and life-changing events, including depression and anxiety, substance misuse and substance use disorder, and living with grief and loss (through death, divorce, loss of relationships). Bill's work focuses on the impact of trauma across the lifespan for men and women; exploring life challenges and choices related to transitioning to adulthood; and adults living with serious mental health conditions, helping to manage systems and develop recovery and wellness plans.