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It Takes All of Us: Addressing the Stigma of Mental Health

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One in 5 Americans will manage a diagnosable mental health condition this year. Up to 80% of Americans will manage a mental health condition at some point in their life. And while many of us may not have a diagnosed condition, we may be battling burnout, overwhelming feelings, or anxiety that impact our day to day lives. Additionally, more than 2/3 of employees will hide their mental health conditions from their coworkers, which is a heavy burden to bear.

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Kelly Graling to discuss how we can take steps to combat mental health stigma by naming it, normalizing the importance of mental well-being, and supporting our colleagues and peers to ensure we do not feel alone.

Kelly Graling, Ph.D. is an expert in evidence-based therapy. She utilizes the techniques and skills to help leaders and employees support one another, reduce burnout and stress, as well as achieve their goals.

This webinar is eligible for SHRM and HRCI credits which will be sent after attendance is verified. You must be on for the duration of the webinar to receive credits.

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Date:
Thursday, May 13
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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About the Speaker

  • Dr. Kelly Graling

    Assistant Clinical Director at Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants

    Kelly Graling, Ph.D. is the Assistant Clinical Director at Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants of Westchester and Manhattan, a group of internationally recognized mental health professionals who have pioneered and are experienced in delivering cutting edge treatments to the public, organizations, and professionals. As a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Graling trains and consults to numerous school districts, agencies, and corporations to implement CBT and DBT skills on a local, national, and international level. Dr. Graling supervises CBC staff, leads therapy groups, as well as conducts therapy for teens, young adults, and families.