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Anxiety and depression are surging nationwide as fear and uncertainty persist amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It is critical that employers adopt a people-first approach to balancing mental health challenges with employee productivity.
Top clinical psychologist Dr. Michael Diller of WellSpan EAP and WellSpan Health will discuss the latest research on the physical, mental, and emotional impacts of COVID-19 with emphasis on employee wellbeing. He will offer practical strategies and resources that businesses can use to support and connect with employees.
This free program is designed to help employers better serve the wellness needs of their workforce now and beyond the pandemic.
This program is a free Member Sponsored Webinar and is conducted in partnership with Wellspan Health to provide valuable insight to Pennsylvania's business community. To learn more about Wellspan Health please click here.
To print the program flyer, click here.
|Certification group||type of credits||No. of credits|
|Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy||CPEs(PX177225) - Group Study||1|
|Continuing Legal Education Board||CLEs||1|
|Human Resource Certification Institute||GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR and SPHR Recertification||1|
|SHRM Preferred Provider||SHRM-CP ™ / SHRM-SCP ™ PDC's||1|
Note: To receive continuing education credits, each individual is required by the crediting organizations to log on and log off as proof of attendance.
Michael Diller is a Licensed Psychologist and Director of WellSpan EAP for WellSpan Health. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh, holds a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland and a Doctor of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford. He spent nineteen years in clinical practice, fifteen of those years at WellSpan Behavioral Health, now known as WellSpan Philhaven. Dr. Diller served as a clinical supervisor from 2006 to 2016 overseeing clinical operations of WBH-Meadowlands outpatient office. He has been with WSEAP since 2016 and has been passionate about finding better ways to support his fellow coworkers, raising awareness of mental health issues in the workplace, and offering ways to provide a culture of caring to support overall wellbeing.