How to Empower Employee Self-Care Amid Challenging Current Events

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Fifty percent of employed Americans say that thinking about current events has a negative impact on their work performance. HR and benefits leaders have a unique opportunity to effect positive change and support their workforce’s emotional and mental health.

Join Calm psychology and HR experts as they discuss how HR and benefits leaders can empower employees to adapt and thrive despite challenging events.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The psychology behind how and why challenging events affect employees at work
  • Actionable coping strategies to help employees build resilience 
  • A toolkit for your managers to use to play a role in empowering employee self-care
  • Best practices for establishing company-wide programs to support employees and effect positive change


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Melissa Miller

Director of Clinical Care, Calm

Melissa is the Director of Clinical Care for Calm Health. She is a licensed psychotherapist and experienced healthcare leader specializing in the delivery of mental healthcare services in a virtual space. She has extensive training in trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction. She has worked with a wide variety of populations and settings, both public and private. She earned her Master of Business Administration from Saint Thomas University and her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling at Nova Southeastern University.

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Andrea Mingo

Wellness Trainer, Calm

Andrea is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach and Facilitator who is passionate about the pursuit of flourishing in all areas of life. A retired professional athlete with academic expertise in the fields of biology, physiology, and psychology, she offers a unique conversational perspective on mind–body connections specific to combatting and preventing burnout and stress. Andrea earned both her Master of Science in Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene and her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Purdue University.