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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Setting Boundaries for Healthcare Workers

Setting Boundaries for Healthcare Workers

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

2:15 pm ET / 1:15 pm CT / 11:15 am PT

Now more than ever boundaries are key to mental wellness. Home and work are blurred with work from home mandates and essential workers are spread especially thin. Compassion fatigue from working on the front lines is straining healthcare workers at home and at work. There are ways to enhance compassion resilience which can be used in the workplace or when connecting with your families at home during the pandemic. Strategies will focus, in particular, on the intersection between setting healthy boundaries, establishing clear expectations, and working within our locus of control.

Join this free, 60-minute webinar where we will discuss:

  • how to identify compassion fatigue
  • the benefits of boundaries
  • tips for starting conversations about boundaries
  • practices to nurture the self during these difficult times
  • strategies for growing your compassion resilience


Meet the Presenters:

Sarah Reed, PhD, is a Community Psychologist by training and the current Program and Evaluation Manager for Rogers InHealth, the education and advocacy department of Rogers Behavioral Health. Through InHealth, she words through partnerships to reduce the stigma associated with mental health challenges, trauma, and substance use. She is also the stadd to the Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimation (WISE), a state-wide coalition focused on building inclusion, support, and hope for individuals and families living with mental health challenges.

Julie Kolzet, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist with an established private practice on the Upper East Side of New York City. She provides evidence-based treatment, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, for a range of mental and behavioral health challenges. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Kolzet is an adjunct clinical supervisor at both the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology and Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. Dr. Kolzet is a proud editorial advisory board member for Psycom and Psycom Pro, subsidiaries of Remedy Health Media. She is also pleased to be a Lenox Hill Hospital, Northwell Health auxiliary member where she supports continuing education for nurses and staff, enhanced technology and equipment for patient care, and more. In addition to her clinical and teaching endeavors, Dr. Kolzet serves as a consultant to health technology companies. Dr. Kolzet is passionate about expanding access to mental health services and welcomes opportunities for collaboration in both the public and private sector.