Micro-Interventions in the Workplace, Part 2
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About the Event
Dr. Ursula Whiteside will lead us in a wrap-up of the Making it Matter with Micro-Interventions course. We will discuss what we learned and how the skills can be applied in the workplace.
NOTE: You must have attended the first webinar on May 27 and completed the Making it Matter with Micro-Interventions course.
Dr. Ursula Whiteside, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, CEO of NowMattersNow.org, and Clinical Faculty at the University of Washington. She is a native of Hibbing, Minn. and co-leads the Thrive Range project with St. Louis County which is supported by the Minnesota Department of Health. As a researcher, she has been awarded grants from the National Institute of Mental Health and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and also treats high-risk suicidal clients in her private practice using DBT and caring contacts. As a person with lived experience, she strives to decrease the gap between us and them and to ensure that the peer voice is represented in all relevant conversations: nothing about us without us.