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May Breakfast at PA College of Health Sciences
May 9 @ 7:15 am - 9:00 am$25.00 – $40.00
Program: Remember, We All Rise When We Lift Others…Keys to Fostering Good Mental Health, Wellbeing and Resilience in Ourselves and Others
Dr. Diller is a Licensed Psychologist and Director of WellSpan Employee Assistance Program (WSEAP). He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh, a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland and a Doctor of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford. He spent nineteen years in clinical practice, fifteen of those years at WellSpan Behavioral Health (WBH), now known as WellSpan Philhaven. Dr. Diller served as a clinical supervisor from 2006 to 2016 overseeing clinical operations of WBH-Meadowlands outpatient office. He has been with WSEAP since 2016 and has been passionate about finding better ways to support our fellow coworkers, raising awareness of mental health issues in the workplace and offering ways we can provide a culture of caring to support overall wellbeing. Dr. Diller has presented on these topics at the local, state and national levels and was a past recipient of Central Penn Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes award in the Mental Health Caregiver Hero category.
Overview: In a time where, where multiple storms have coincided with the larger COVID pandemic storm, people continue to struggle with the a myriad of challenges and ongoing uncertainty that touches all areas of one’s life. This presentation offers insight into recognizing that adversity affects us all and if we can offer a little hope, inspiration and support to others, why wouldn’t we do that whether it be for our own team members or those from the broader community. In the end, it reminds us that the thread which binds us all together is that we are human and we need each other especially in times of challenge and adversity, this presentation provides insight into how we can weather challenging storms, together.
- Attendees will be able to identify multiple lessons learned from the pandemic that will aid in supporting good mental health, with specific focus on the power of human connection
- Attendees will be able to identify specific strategies in supporting the psychological and wellbeing of self (first) and of their fellow coworkers
- Attendees will have access to resources that lead to actionable steps in growing resilience and supporting good mental health