Mental Health 101

Let's talk about it. De-mystify it. Many people struggle with mental health issues, so let's learn about it. This talk helps to dispel common myths about mental illness and gives valuable information on how the workplace can become a supportive environment for those who are working with mental illness.

Attendees will learn: -About common mental health conditions and their warning signs -What to do if they or someone they know may be experiencing a mental health condition -How to foster a mentally healthy work environment
About this speaker: Erin is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over ten years of experience working with children and families. She received her Master of Social Work degree at Salem State University in 2012. She has spent the last 5 years working as an intensive in-home family therapist helping to support children with significant mental health challenges. As a registered yoga teacher that specializes in treating trauma, anxiety and depression with yoga poses and mindfulness practices, she finds that combining individual mental health treatment with a consistent yoga practice can be a powerful healing tool.
Provider's Education: MSW
Provider's Experience: Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) Master of Social Work degree- Salem State University Over ten years of experience working with children and families Formal training in motivational interviewing and trauma-focused evidence-based practices including the Attachment Regulation and Competency (ARC) model Co-leader for outcomes-based Parenting Journey groups
Speaker Topic:
Financial Wellness
Mental Health
Celebrity or Keynote
Working From Home
Humorous, Funny
Building Awareness For:
Heart Health (February)
Black History (February)
Women's History (February)
Financial Literacy (April)
National Volunteer (April)
Brain Tumor Awareness (May)
Mental Health Awareness (May)
National Stroke Awareness (May)
Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness (June)
Workplace Safety (June)
Sarcoma Awareness (July)
National Yoga (September)
Hispanic Heritage Month (September)
Breast Cancer Awareness (October)
National Arts & Humanities (October)
National Disability Employment Awareness (October)
Movember - Men's Health (November)
LGBTQ/Pride (June)
Other Critera:
Available as Webinar
Recording is OK
Available as In-Person Event
Available Nationwide
Willing to Travel
Offered in Spanish
Offered in other languages
For Call Centers
Especially for Men
Especially for Women
HRA/VEBA eligible
For 3rd Shift
For Retreats
Duration of event (in hour increments): 1 hour (45 minute talk with 15 minute Q+A; can be tailored to suit your group)
Equipment buyer needs to provide: Webinar platform with screen sharing capabilities if virtual; Projector if in-person
Equipment provided by vendor: Laptop with Google Slides
Post event tools included: Printed resources with strategies
Includes pre-event consultation: Yes