Enhancing Skills for Addressing Mental Health Needs: An open dialogue exploring how to best support you and your team
*Pending 1 recertification credit via HRCI & SHRM.*
As May is Mental Health Awareness month, we will continue with Mental Health
in the workplace, but with a deeper dive from a provider standpoint.
A team of panelists that will discuss the challenges that our employees
with mental illness face and how we can assist.
Dr. Elizabeth Portman Minne, LP
CEO & Co-founder
Dr. Elizabeth Portman Minne is a licensed psychologist with an extensive history of providing intensive mental health services in inpatient and outpatient clinical settings. Dr. Minne has specialized training in school psychology which gives her a strong foundational understanding of navigating psychological matters in school systems.
Emily Schultz, LCSW
Understanding that individuals and families may be seeking treatment for problematic behaviors that were once essential for their safety and survival, led Emily towards her passion of treating children and families. By listening to a child’s perspective and uncovering the feelings underlying their challenging behavior, a child can achieve healing, increase their sense of felt safety, and learn essential life skills.
Laura Rifkin Banks, LCSW
Laura is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) with more than ten years of experience working in schools, as well as inpatient and outpatient mental health settings. She studied journalism at the University of Nebraska before earning a master’s degree in social work at the University of Texas – Austin. Laura believes that everyone should have to access high quality care and wellness opportunities, and she is passionate about dissolving systems of stigma related to mental and behavioral health.
Dr. Jose Miranda
Clinical Campus Manager
Jose is a licensed psychologist with experience in outpatient, inpatient, and school-based mental health. In addition to private and public schools, he has worked in crisis stabilization units, residential substance abuse programs, juvenile detention centers, and residential group homes. Jose completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at Florida State University and went on to complete his Doctorate in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Jose believes wholeheartedly in working with the different facets of a child’s life and loves collaborating with a child’s family and teachers
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