In
When:
September 20, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
2022-09-20T10:00:00-07:00
2022-09-20T11:00:00-07:00
Where:
Virtual Event
Cost:
Free
Contact:
The MHTTC Network, in collaboration with SAMHSA

Addressing Burnout in the Behavioral Health Workforce through Organizational Strategies

SAMHSA has issued a new guide on Addressing Burnout in the Behavioral Health Workforce through Organizational Strategies. Burnout is a complex issue resulting from chronic workplace stress that encompasses exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment. This guide will highlight organization-level interventions to prevent and reduce burnout among behavioral health workers.

The MHTTC Network, in collaboration with SAMHSA, is hosting the accompanying webinar to assist with the launch of this guide, Addressing Burnout in the Behavioral Health Workforce through Organizational Strategies.

When: September 20, 2022 from 10-11am PT / 12-1pm CT / 1-2pm ET

This webinar will highlight findings from SAMHSA’s guide titled, Addressing Burnout in the Behavioral Health Workforce through Organizational Strategies, which explores evidence-based, organization-level strategies and promising practices to address burnout within the behavioral health workforce. Following a presentation of the goals and framing of the guide by SAMHSA’s Humberto Carvalho, MPH; Candace Chen, MD, MPH, George Washington University, from the guide’s technical expert panel will discuss its development. Ellen Childs, PhD, Abt Associates, will describe factors leading to burnout and relevant evidence-based strategies to address it. Representatives from organizations featured in the guide’s case studies will discuss development of their policies or programs to address burnout. The webinar will close with information about how to access the guide.

Registration Link: https://bit.ly/AdressingBurnout_in_BehavioralHealth_Sept_20

September 20, 2022 from 10-11am PT / 12-1pm CT / 1-2pm ET | Evidence-Based Resource Guide Series | Addressing Burnout in the Behavioral Health Workforce through Organizational Strategies | MHTTC Network, in collaboration with SAMHSA

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