Effective work as a team even under high-stress conditions is the focus of this 90-minute webinar.
ABOUT THIS EVENT
This webinar will address the strategies, dynamics and tactics related to being part of a healthy team. Group dynamics are complicated- even more so these days with a highly polarized social and political world. How can team members work well together when it comes to effective communication, productivity, and effectiveness in the workplace, without doing 'more'? We will cover data on effective work groups, and how those characteristics can be replicated in many sectors, even under high-stress conditions.
Related resources from Dr. Kira Mauseth
- When is the crisis really over? Resilience for crisis line staff and teams
- When is the crisis really over? Resilience for in-person crisis and first responder staff and teams
- Disaster Response and Recovery Timelines, Cycles and Common Experiences in Behavioral Health
- Responding to Disasters: Principles and Considerations for Behavioral Health
- "LEND A HAND": A Crisis Management, Triage and De-escalation Model
Kira Mauseth, PhD
Dr. Kira Mauseth is a practicing clinical psychologist who sees patients at Snohomish Psychology Associates in Everett and Edmonds, WA, is a Teaching Professor at Seattle University and formerly served as a co-lead for the Behavioral Health Strike Team for the WA State Department of Health throughout the COVID response. She also owns Astrum Health LLC and consults with organizations and educational groups about disaster preparedness and resilience building within local communities. Dr. Mauseth has provided training to community groups and professionals both regionally and abroad as the co-developer of the Health Support Team© program. Her work and research focus on disaster behavioral health, resilience, and recovery from trauma as well as small and large-scale critical incident response and preparation for organizations. She has worked abroad extensively with disaster survivors and refugees in Haiti, Jordan and Poland, and has trained first responders and health care workers throughout Puget Sound the United States, and currently serves in the adult mental health clinical seat on Washington State's Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (DMAC).