Wellness For Healthcare Workers Series

Wellness For Healthcare Workers Series

Due to a statewide collaborative effort, this series is offered at no cost.

The Wellness for Healthcare Workers Series is designed to provide all members of the healthcare workforce resources and tools that can be used immediately in response to sustained stress. MHA and partner organizations across the state recognize that the healthcare workforce is at emotional capacity. We appreciate your strength and continued perseverance and offer this small gift of resiliency and self-care resources.

WEBINAR: Collective Grief and Its Role
February 10, 2021  |  12:00 – 1:00 pm MST

Grief is a universal experience and at the same time, each of us experiences grief as individuals. When we think of grief, it is often about the loss of a loved one. However, over the past year, we have all experienced loss. Events, like pandemics, create a situation of collective grief (loss). It may look like a loss of connection, being physically present with friends and families, water cooler time with colleagues, routines, and more. Our lives have changed and with the change, comes loss. Please join Dr. Mary-Ann Bowman to learn about collective grief and the role it is playing for each of us.

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WEBINAR: Becoming Resilient Through Self-Compassion
February 24, 2021  |  12:00 – 1:00 pm MST

In a world full of critics, it is easy to be critical of ourselves and those we work closely with. Self-compassion starts with understanding our own inner critic. Self-criticism can lead to an increased sense of burnout and even compassion fatigue. Self-criticism leads to strained emotions which can inadvertently impact those closest to us at home and at work. The more aware we are of our inner critic, the more compassionate we will be when engaging with others. When we become more kind and forgiving of ourselves, we naturally become better versions of ourselves which in turn allows us to be more effective at work, in life, and at home. Today, more than ever, we need to be engaging with compassion and empathy.

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