May 17, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Building Stress Resilience and Hope for our new era, Elissa Epel, PhD, M.S, M.Phil (Kaiser Permanente Employees and Current Trainees)
We live in remarkable times. In light of overlapping global stressors such as the pandemic and climate crisis, it takes more effort to help maintain emotional well-being. This is true for mental health care providers, as they both have personal work-life balance challenges as well as risk of work burn out and experiencing vicarious traumas. We will discuss the science and practice for mindfulness-based skills, self-care skills for both relaxation and hormetic stress, as well as the importance of maintaining daily purpose in the face of existential threats.Register Now
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define three aspects of burnout and both personal and workplace strategies to prevent burnout
- Describe how practicing mindfulness skills can promote stress resilience
- Distinguish how we can promote psychological resilience through psychological strategies vs. body-based strategies, such as hormetic stress, and how they each may work
- Distinguish between climate distress (eco-anxiety) and clinical depression, and how we can help and treat climate distress
Continuing Education Information
Kaiser Permanente Northern California Mental Health Training Programs is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. Kaiser Permanente Northern California Mental Health Training Programs maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The California Board of Behavioral Sciences recognizes the California Psychological Association’s continuing education credits for use by their licensees.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California Mental Health Training Programs designate this live activity for 3 hours continuing education credits for the above-identified licensed professionals
Registration is closed for this event.