Wed, May 18|
CDA Inn Best Western
May Meeting - Mental Health in the Workplace
May is Mental Health Awareness month. This topic will aid employers on how to navigate, support and communicate mental health with employees.
Time & Location
May 18, 2022, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
CDA Inn Best Western, 506 W Appleway Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, USA
About the event
Topic: Mental Health in the Workplace
Speaker: Deborah Krajcir, LCPC
Details: With the uptick in mental health following the pandemic, it is important that employers have tools and resources to help employees that are struggling with mental health. Please join us to learn more about how you can be a resource to employees in need.
Deborah Krajcir, a lifelong champion for the total wellness of individuals and families, has dedicated more than thirty years toward this goal through service in the fields of education and mental health. As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), she currently sees clients locally through her private practice, on campus at North Idaho College, and internationally through her online coaching program. Additionally, as a certified Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Trainer, she has equipped nearly 1,000 people with first responder skills necessary to proactively intervene in mental health crises.
Deborah completed her undergraduate work in education at Whitworth University, becoming credentialed as an English and Language Arts instructor and certified as an English As a Second Language (ESL) instructor. She received her master’s degree in counseling through the University of Idaho and her doctoral degree in Higher Education Leadership through Idaho State University. Her extensive post-graduate training and experience has rendered her a sought-after resource in specialized and challenging areas such as crisis response, high-conflict relational dynamics, and trauma.
Deborah’s relentless passion to empower individuals in all walks of life has opened doors for her to teach, train, consult, counsel, and volunteer in diverse venues across the nation and among some of the most vulnerable pockets of people throughout the world, including those in India, Peru, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Europe, Haiti, and among refugees in ESL classes on American campuses.
Away from work, you can find Deborah in her garden, volunteering at her church and for local causes, or exploring the woods and paddling the waters of the great Northwest, home for the past 37 years, with her children and grandchildren.
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Paid HRNNI Member
This ticket is for paid HRNNI membersPrice$21.00
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