Utilizing Stress Management to Create Work-Life Balance

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MHCEA Webinar

Date:6/19/2019
Start Time:12:00 AM
End Time:12:00 AM
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Provided by MHA Health Institute
Health Institute

Supported by Missouri Health Care Executive Assistants

Date & Time

Wednesday, June 19
Noon to 1 p.m.

Register online by Tuesday, June 18, to ensure delivery of instructional materials.

MHCEA member — Complimentary*
Non-MHCEA member from MHA-member hospital — $225
Non-MHCEA member from nonmember hospital — $275

*Join MHCEA for $30, and reap the benefits of Missouri Health Care Executive Assistants’ membership.

Please note that your registration request will be submitted to the organizer for approval. Upon approval, webinar access information will be sent to the email address indicated on the registration form.

One webinar registration/connection allows for an unlimited number of participants. Dial-in information is for one physical location, so encourage staff to join you!


Audience

administrative support staff in all health-related organizations


The following program content was provided by the speaker.


Overview

Join us to understand the impact of stress on work-life balance, and learn methods to reduce stress while creating increased balance, both personally and professionally.


Objectives

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • understand the various types of stress
  • identify warning signs of stress
  • learn impacts of stress on health
  • identify myths about stress
  • learn unhealthy versus healthy stress management
  • learn research-based strategies to create better work-life balance


Faculty

Gentry Cobb, LCSW, LSCSW
Truman Medical Centers Inc.
Kansas City, Mo.

Gentry Cobb is a licensed clinical social worker in both Kansas and Missouri with 14 years of experience in the mental health field. Cobb has been employed with Truman Medical Center since 2014, providing outpatient therapy to children, families and adults. Before to Truman Medical Center, she worked and trained in a variety of settings serving multiple populations, including but not limited to schools, children shelters, juvenile programs, correctional and substance abuse treatment centers, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, medical hospitals and managed insurance companies.