Workforce Resilience: Wellness and Mental Health
FREE for OCCABA members.
Non-OCCABA member may register for $30.
Thursday, April 27, 2023 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (Pacific Time)
Please join us for a webinar led by The KonTerra Group, a leading provider of staff care and resilience (mental health) services. We will talk about our services and how they differ from traditional EAPs, as well as look at some case studies of how our resilience services help solve complex problems for global organizations with staff working in high-stress environments. We will also cover parity, the quality and accessibility of our counselors as well as global benefit equity.
Facilitating this meeting will be:
Kate Allan is the Director of Account Management at The KonTerra Group, a leading provider of staff care and resilience services to the international humanitarian and development community, serving more than 80 organizations and covering more than 90,000 lives.
Kate’s interest in staff care stems from her graduate studies in Social Work combined with her early career experience supporting staff and their families during medical and security emergencies at an international assistance company. Prior to joining KonTerra, Kate worked as a global benefits consultant, partnering with Human Resources and Total Rewards professionals in the international humanitarian and development community to create strategic and equitable health and wellness programs.
Raven Ellisis the Director of Clinical Operations at The KonTerra Group. She has over 15 years of experience in behavioral health care and employee assistance programs. Since 2009, Ms. Ellis has worked in the employee assistance field serving as a counselor, regional supervisor, account executive, and clinical operations director.
Ms. Ellis has implemented and supported employee assistance programs globally for federal agencies providing operational and clinical supervision, guidance, and oversight. She has extensive experience in the coordination and management of support services after disruptive workplace events and has coordinated stress counseling and resiliency services for crisis workers after large scale natural disasters.
She received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. She is a licensed clinical professional counselor, as well as a certified clinical supervisor for mental health professionals.
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All registrations must be completed by 9:00 pm the night before the webinar to ensure the participant will receive the webinar link and/or dial-in information.
Attendance counts toward WorldatWork re-certification.