In celebration of World Mental Health Day, join us on 7 October as we highlight the many reasons mental health is a vital component in a New Era of Leadership.
- Learn practical strategies to reduce burnout
- Increase self-care
- Create psychological safety
- Show up as the best leader you can be.
Member registration is provided FREE as a member benefit and courtesy of our generous sponsors. Please note that all sessions will be recorded and shared after the events take place.
8:00 - 9:00 AM ET - Thriving in Changing Environments
Hosted by HBA Southeast
- Kendra Jones
10:00 - 11:00 AM ET - Murphy's Don't Quit
Hosted by HBA Midwest and HBA St. Louis
**Please note this event is taking place as a hybrid event. If you are interested in attending the live event in-person in St. Louis, please register here.
When Colleen Murphy got the call that her 25 year-old daughter had been hit by a car, it sparked the entire family’s fight for resilience. Through years of effort to restore their loved one’s mind, body, and spirit, the Murphy’s committed to finding hope in the midst of hopeless circumstances and laying out an empowering path for others to follow. Please join Colleen and Lauren Murphy to hear more about their journey and the key lessons learned along the way.
Presentation and discussion are focused on five lessons:
- Show Up
- Find Your Cheerleaders
- Kindness is Free
- Work Hard
- Never Give Up
- Colleen Murphy
- Lauren Murphy
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET - Achieving Gender Equity in Mental Healthcare
Hosted by HBA New England and HBA Waltham
World Mental Health Day is an opportunity to discuss why women, LGBTQ+, and non-binary individuals are more vulnerable to mental health challenges and often unable to access the services they need. Evidence is emerging that women, LGBTQ+, and non-binary individuals are significantly impacted by mental health conditions and these can have a substantial effect on all areas of life, such as work performance, relationships, and ability to participate in the community. Although mental health has largely gone unaddressed for men and women, issues of social perception, discrimination, and stigma further complicate the ability of women, LGBTQ+, and non-binary individuals to access mental healthcare services. The panel will discuss gender differences in mental health research and healthcare, in terms of prevention, diagnosis and treatment, from a psychiatric and patient perspective.
- Sarah Akerman, MD
- Jen Gervasi
- Cecilia McGough
- James McGrory, PhD
- Lesley White, MSW, LICSW
12:00 - 1:00 PM ET - Why Psychological Safety Matters in the Workplace
Hosted by HBA Europe
In this event, we will cover what psychological safety is and is not. We will speak about the benefits of feeling safe in the workplace, and how psychological safety can be fostered in your professional environment..
- Susan Braakman
- Elaine Stephens
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET - Mindfulness and Mental Wellness at Work
Hosted by HBA Southwest
In this session, we will go over actionable approaches for reducing burnout and prioritizing self-care to perform as a true leader in the healthcare field.
- Dr. Caroline Carney
- Gina R. Smith
2:00 - 3:00 PM ET - Women’s Mental Health, Well-Being, and the Mind-Heart-Body Career Connection
Hosted by HBA NY Tri-State
It turns out that a woman’s mind, body, and heart are powerful allies that often help women to achieve all that they do day in and day out. An example of this mind-heart-body connection is how a woman’s body responds to stress and anxiety. Constant worry over one’s job, finances, the well-being of children, spouse, and parents can cause tense muscles, pain, headaches, stomach problems, and chronic and mental health issues. Arguably, many of these symptoms and more have been felt by women as they have unfortunately taken the brunt of the impact of COVID-19 over the past two plus years. There are organizations that are advocating that there are physiological connections between many seemingly unrelated issues - on the surface. Indeed, mental health issues can lead to physical health issues and physical health issues can lead to mental health issues.
This session will present some bold and inspiring ideas of the value behind women taking time to focus on the mind-heart-body connection and how this focus can impact one’s career and overall well-being.
- Beth Battaglino
- Wendy Lund
3:00 - 4:00 PM ET - Stigma, Support, and Self-Care - A Survival Guide
Hosted by HBA Mid-Atlantic
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in five Americans experienced mental illness in 2020. That's 52.9 million people. Chances are you may know - or love - or work with - at least one of them. At least 8.4 million people in the US provide care to an adult with a mental or emotional health issue; caregivers of adults with mental or emotional health issues spend an average of 32 hours per week providing unpaid care.
Join this important panel discussion for "real talk" about the hidden impact of mental illness in our community, our homes and in our businesses. We will discuss practical tips to protect your own mental health while being an advocate for others.
- Amy Turnquist
- Desiree Priestley
- Dr. Jason Chirichigno