Supporting Employee Mental Health and Well-being during COVID-19

#NHEW Wednesday, October 20

Mental Health & Mindfulness

Webinar: Supporting Employee Mental Health and Well-being during COVID-19

Speakers: Beth Brisky, MS, CHES and Natalie Vasilj

NHEW webinar speakers for Wednesday

Learn more about Washington County’s experience and efforts promoting mental health for its employees and the larger community with an emphasis on the response to COVID-19.

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Washington County has prioritized mental health for the last several years. However, these uncertain times called for expanding and increasing efforts to equip people with knowledge and tools to support their well-being and resilience.

The county has added focused conversations, a list of resources, and ongoing messaging to current strategies. We will share our work that is on the horizon for implementation with employees and the community. This presentation will raise awareness, educate, provide tools, and ideas that can be used in other communities and workplaces.

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By the end of this webinar, the participants should be able to:

  1. Access resources to support the mental health and resilience of employees during COVID-19 (Area 1; 1.1.3)
  2. Increase awareness of available tools to strengthen their resilience
  3. Describe the importance of resilience and its relationship to mental health
  4. Identify at least 3 strategies for promoting resilience in a worksite setting upon completion of this webinar (Area 7; 7.1.3)

Adapted from the 2019 Competencies CHES®/MCHES®

Seating for this webinar is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only the first 500 people will be able to enter the room. If you are unable to access the zoom room, please head to our YouTube page,

Please take a moment to complete the evaluation, following this webinar. Your evaluations of this program will assist us in planning future webinars.


Oct 21, 2020


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm



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