Lydia Franco

Supervisory Best Practices Series: The Critical Role of Supervisors as Change Management Experts

This webinar presents practical and accessible information about the critical role played by supervisory level leadership in the provision of quality services, particularly in a rapidly changing and more accountable healthcare system. Supervisors are challenged with assuming both the managerial and leadership roles needed to meet day to day organizational operations and at the same time, guide their team through system level changes. Supervisors are in a unique role to ensure that organizational policies, procedures and practices are carried out consistently and effectively.

Conversations with Dr. Tony with Dr. Courtney Holmes: Providing Remote Supportive Supervision

Behavioral health organizations are facing numerous and daunting challenges during this unprecedented health crisis. Providers are under considerable stress, emotionally and professionally, to meet ongoing expectations and client needs. Supervisors play a critical role in supporting their staff and ensuring organizational expectations are met. In addition, many programs have moved to working remotely leaving supervisors with the unique role of providing this supervisory support through virtual means. In this presentation, Dr. Tony speaks with Dr.

The Supervisor's Role in Creating a High Performance Team

Supervisors play a critical role in creating value and achieving quality in behavioral health services. Supervisors are often challenged with assuming both managerial and leadership roles needed to meet day-to-day organizational operations, and at the same time, guide their team through system level changes. However, supervisors may find that they may not have the skills and support they may need to fulfill these complex roles. From CTAC data, we have found that:

The Supervisor’s Role in Supporting Professional Development of the Supervisee

Supervisors play a critical role in creating value and achieving quality in behavioral health services. Supervisors are often challenged with assuming both managerial and leadership roles needed to meet day-to-day organizational operations, and at the same time, guide their team through system level changes. However, supervisors may find that they may not have the skills and support they may need to fulfill these complex roles. From CTAC data, we have found that:

Underprivileged & Underserved: The Impact of Poverty on Mental Health**

Living in poverty has been linked to psychological distress that — unless addressed — can impactan individual’s trajectory to wellness. Lack of knowledge, fear and bias can prevent both the provider and client from discussing poverty’s effect on treatment. Therefore, in order to effectively treat and promote mental health more generally, behavioral health organizations working within impoverished communities must understand and recognize the intricate relationship betweenpoverty and mental health.

Workforce Resilience Part I: Helping the Helpers: Occupational Stress and Self-Care

During today's clinic and social service climate there is often much more demand and stress than we may realize.   As helpers, we have a unique relationship with stress and self care.  It may often be the case that we take care of everyone else first.  During this webinar, two of CTAC's clinic coordinators will talk about the importance of managing occupational stress and implementing self care.  We will talk about compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue and also share some practical ways of coping.

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