Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners is seeking a Crisis Line Supervisor.
Learn more and apply here: http://www.metrocrisisservices.org/jobs-at-mcs/crisis-line-supervisor
All are welcome- membership not required! Earn 4 PDH hours and learn from experts in the area of workplace suicide prevention. Have breakfast and network with EA and HR professionals, counselors and managers.
Date/Time: Friday, April 14th from 7:30a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: 2170 S Parker Rd #229, Denver, CO
Earn 4 PDH’s for just $40! Register Online at: https://coloradoeapa.org/meetings/
A Message from chapter member Brian Ferrans with Peer Assistance Services:
“We are now conducting employer focus groups across the state to continue this important conversation around the impact of substance use/misuse on our workplaces. We are hosting a focus group at Peer Assistance Services, Inc. on Tuesday, March 28th from 9:00-10:30am and we would greatly appreciate if you could help spread the word on this or even post on the chapter webpage. Every participant who attends will receive a $20 Visa gift card and we will also provide food/beverages.”
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/colorado-employers-focus-group-denver-tickets-32501527945?ref=enivtefor001&invite=MTE2MDA2NzIvYmZlcnJhbnNAcGVlcmFzc2lzdC5vcmcvMA%3D%3D&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2&utm_term=eventpage
The Colorado Physician Health Program, a national leader in the field of physician health, seeks a full-time clinician to work with a dynamic team of seasoned clinical professionals and prominent psychiatrists with a variety of backgrounds. This position is an excellent opportunity to forward your clinical skills and growth. The candidate must be a team player and willing to work in a fast-paced office. Characteristics of the desired candidate also include an individual with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and an understanding of highly confidential and sensitive subjects. Please review the job description provided below for responsibilities.
A Masters degree in counseling, social work or related field is required. Licensure preferred, as well as experience in substance use and psychiatric disorders. Compensation package starting at $47,500. If interested, please fill out the application at our website http://cphp.org/employment-opportunities/ and upload your CV/Resume, Cover Letter and if selected for an interview, a member of our Clinical Team will contact you.
Anthem is hiring for a BH/EAP Consultant Position. Click below to learn more and apply.
Traveling Together: Collaborative & Systemic Approaches to Youth Suicide Prevention
Dr. Jonathan Singer, author of Suicide in Schools: A practitioner’s guide to multi-level prevention, assessment, intervention and postvention.
Check out this incredible and affordable conference opportunity happening in our backyard on 2/3/17!
Visit http://www.elevatetheconvo.com/home.html for registration info.
Part 2 in an EARF-sponsored series on The Future of Workplace Behavioral Health Research
Session Description: In our earlier industrial economy, the most significant health-related issues that reduced workers’ capacity to perform at a high level were physical – for example, musculoskeletal pain. In what Peter Drucker has termed the post-industrial “knowledge-based” economy, where most jobs involve working with information rather than manual labor, the leading health-related issues have become mental and psychological. Survey findings from 30 employers in IHPM’s multi-national network (1.2 million employees across 6 major industrial sectors) identified mental health issues, particularly depression, as having the greatest impact on productivity from combined absenteeism and presenteeism (impaired functionality) while at work. Further evidence since that seminal survey have illuminated the wider impact of stress, both on and off the job, on workplace performance. This presentation will highlight the business case for more attention to behavioral health problems that take a larger economic toll on employers than the more obvious expenses of chronic medical conditions like diabetes and heart disease. It will identify an opportunity beyond traditional health and wellness to define and measure the emerging concept of “wellbeing” as having the greatest potential impact on health, quality of life and productivity.
Speaker: Sean Sullivan JD, Co-Founder & President of the Institute for Health and Productivity Management (IHPM)
Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 Time: 12noon – 1pm Eastern
Access the webinar with this link: http://eapa.adobeconnect.com/webinar/
Please note that no advance registration is required, but attendance will be limited to first 200 participants. To participate, select Enter as a guest option, type your first and last name, and select Enter Room.