August Webinar: Is now complete
Topic: The Workplace Bully: Who and You and What to Do
Presenter: Susan Meekhof
The focus of this webinar was what a person can do if he or she is being bullied. Susan emphasized how to handle abuse internally, avoid the trap of low self-esteem and be empowered to take charge and address the situation. These webinars are brought to you free of charge through the generous support of Optum.
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There was no iNAPS/Optum webinar in July.
The recommended July Webinar was hosted by the Recovery to Practice project.
Recovery To Practice Webinar
Monday, July 28, 2014
2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time
RTP Curriculum for Six Behavioral Health Professions
Featuring Six Disciplines: American Psychiatric Association, American Psychological Association, Council on Social Work Education, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Association for Addiction Professionals, International Association of Peer Supporters
Moderated by: Larry Davidson, RTP Project Director
To learn more or register, click https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/349770833
Please Note: The SAMHSA Recovery to Practice webinar is not in the iNAPS/Optum free webinar series. It promises to offer excellent information for peer support providers and other professions, but no certificates will be issued from iNAPS for the month of July.
June Free Webinar 13: Stress – The Deadly Plague
Webinar is now complete.
Take the quiz here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/iNAPS13Stress
Presented by Steve Harrington, Executive Director of iNAPS with special guests, Steve Nawotniak, O.T., and Kathy Roaleen
This webinar explored stress in the healthcare workplace, including the sources of stress and strategies for managing stress.
Stress is killing us! It affects both our physical and mental health. But we don’t have to react to stressful situations with stress. We can find alternate ways to respond and preserve our health.
Steve Harrington will introduce special guests to provide their perspectives on stress and invite those viewing the webinar to contribute their strategies for stress management.
“This is an important topic that affects everyone in the stressful healthcare environment,” Harrington says. “We hope people from other disciplines join us.”
For more information, view Steve’s article in the June newsletter.
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To receive a free certificate of participation, complete the quiz (click here). After completing the quiz, a certificate will be mailed (U.S. Postal Mail) to you 3-4 weeks after the webinar. For continuing education credit, please contact your state certification authority to determine if a certificate for this webinar qualifies for such credit.
Thank you Optum!!
All of the webinars in this series have been provided to you free of charge through the generous technology and technical support of Optum.
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in this webinar series are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect those of iNAPS or Optum.