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Well@Work

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Well@Work presents podcasts on health and wellness at work as health and behavioral health professionals deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join the University of Kentucky Center on Trauma and Children as they present strategies that cover a variety of topics to build resilience and emotional well-being to assist and empower workers and supervisors to stay well at work. These podcasts are provided through a grant from SAMHSA to the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental a ...
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Dr. Ginny Sprang helps us understand the potential effects of occupational trauma on professionals. She defines the term secondary traumatic stress, outlines the symptoms, and makes suggestions for ways we can help mitigate the risk for developing STS. This podcast is provided through a grant from SAMHSA to the Department of Behavioral Health Devel…
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Emily Smith shares strategies leaders and supervisors can use to build a healthier work environment and boost employee retention. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:37 minutes. Emily Smith, MPH is the Coordinator for th…
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Emily Smith shares skills that can increase positive coping, well-being, and resilience to help mitigate the impact of moral distress. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:59 minutes. Emily Smith, MPH is the Coordinator f…
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Emily Smith shares some ways to improve psychological safety in your work environment. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:58 minutes. Emily Smith, MPH is the Coordinator for the Well@Work Project at the University of Ke…
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Emily Smith shares strategies to help workers reduce the risk of experiencing workplace violence to enable them to provide care without fear of violence or injury. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:29 minutes. Emily Sm…
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Adriana Molina nos ayuda a comprender qué es la angustia moral y cómo puede surgir a lo largo de la carrera, especialmente en momentos de estrés elevado como la pandemia de COVID-19. Se discuten los síntomas de la angustia moral, así como consejos para manejar la angustia moral en caso de que ocurra. Este podcast se proporciona a través de una subv…
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Emily Smith shares strategies to reduce the stress of working when many workplaces are undergoing staffing shortages. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:43 minutes. Emily Smith, MPH is the Coordinator for the W…
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Alex Clark discusses post traumatic growth and shares ways that experiences from the COVID pandemic can help us grow, moving from struggle to strength. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 4:54 minutes. Alex Clark, MA, MDiv…
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Emily Smith explains how caregivers can use co-regulation to help young children develop healthy coping skills as they learn to regulate their emotions. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 8:05 minutes. Emily Smith, MPH is…
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Emily Smith offers tips to help families tame stress and develop healthy habits that can boost well-being. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:07 minutes. Emily Smith, MPH is the Coordinator for the Well@Work Project at …
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Emily Smith offers some strategies to regain and rebuild faith in others and yourself as you begin to recover from the ongoing impact of the COVID pandemic. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 7:38 minutes. Emily Smith, MP…
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Emily Smith shares some ways to mitigate the impact of the stress of recent years and help health care and behavioral health workers feel re-inspired to do their work. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:38 minutes. Emil…
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Andrea Helton shares ways that the written word, especially poetry, can change perspective during challenging times. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 8:56 minutes. Andrea Helton, MSAOM, L.Ac., is an Acupuncture & Integr…
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Emily Smith discusses t how health care workers can help close the health gap that allowed COVID to impact some communities more than others. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 7:23 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the Coordin…
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Dr Stephanie Gusler discusses how health care providers can support children in COVID related grief and loss. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 8:47 minutes. Dr Gusler is an assistant professor at the University of Kentu…
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Dr. Jessica Eslinger shares a technique called SOS and explains how mental focusing can help us cope in times of stress. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:20 minutes. Dr. Eslinger is an assistant professor and a clinic…
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Emily Smith shares some strategies to regain a sense of control to reduce the impact of the stress that comes from balancing work and home life This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 7:51 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the Coord…
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Emily Smith discusses how uncertainty can impact your well-being and offers tips to help you regain a feeling of control when uncertainty feels like the only constant. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:48 minutes. Emil…
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Emily Smith shares some ways to meet the needs of extended families thrive in households that may vary widely in ages and stages. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 7:38 minutes.…
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Dr. Scott LaJoie helps us make sense of the challenges of medical misinformation and confusion in the decision making process to reduce moral distress for health care providers. This podcast is provided through grants from SAMHSA to the UK Center on Trauma and Children and the Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual…
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Adriana Molina comparte con nosotros cómo tener una red de pares saludable puede ayudar a controlar los síntomas del estrés traumático secundario, y ofrece consejos sobre cómo desarrollar una red de pares efectiva. Este podcast se proporciona a través de una subvención del Departamento de Salud del Comportamiento, Discapacidades Intelectuales y del…
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Emily Smith shares developmentally appropriate ways to explain death and dying with young children and offers some strategies to help them process their grief. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 8:03 minutes. Emily Smith,…
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Emily Smith discusses the impact that unresolved negative emotions can have on our well-being and offers tips to regulate your emotions during challenging times. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:40 minutes. Emily Smit…
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Emily Smith explains how to practice self-compassion and discusses the impact it can have on your well-being. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 4:58 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the Coordinator for the Well@Work Project a…
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Emily Smith shares tips to boost your well-being by incorporating gratitude practices into your work. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:49 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the Coordinator for the Well@Work Project at the Un…
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Alex Clark shares tips to help families to make meaning out of stressful times, allowing them to build resiliency and better protect themselves in the future. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:37 minutes. Alex Clark, M…
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Emily Smith discusses the importance of empathy during the COVID pandemic and how cultivating empathy for others can benefit your well-being. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:19 minutes.…
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Emily Smith discusses how multitasking may reduce productivity and how to manage time during busy work days to maintain work goals and productivity. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:54 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the …
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Adriana Molina nos ayuda a comprender los efectos potenciales de la exposición indirecta al trauma en los profesionales. Ella define el término estrés traumático secundario, describe los síntomas y hace sugerencias sobre formas en que podemos ayudar a mitigar el riesgo de desarrollar STS durante la pandemia de COVID-19. Este podcast se proporciona …
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Emily Smith discusses why building strong social networks to support people of all ages during the COVID pandemic can help sustain us during challenging times. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 7:56 minutes. Emily Smith,…
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Dr. Ginny Sprang explains the self-care strategy PRN and shares how it may reduce unwanted symptoms of stress to boost well-being. Dr. Ginny Sprang is a professor of psychiatry in the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and is the Executive Director of the University of Kentucky Center on Trauma and Children (CTAC). She is also the principal…
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Emily Smith discusses how building healthy eating habits can lead to greater family well-being and resilience. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:25 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the Coordinator for the Well@Work Project …
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Dr. Scott LaJoie helps us understand the benefits of being actively hopeful, the differences between pathways thinking and agency thinking, and how to avoid the risks of being passively optomistic. This podcast is provided through grants from SAMHSA to the UK Center on Trauma and Children (#H79SM082826) and the Kentucky Department of Behavioral Hea…
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Emily Smith shares ways the COVID pandemic has increased digital media use among adolescents and offers some tips for families to manage media consumption. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:52 minutes. Emily Smith, BS …
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Dr. Ginny Sprang helps us understand what contributes to COVID fatigue and how to reduce its impact. She also offers tips to help bolster the drive to fight the fatigue and stress we may be feeling during the ongoing COVID pandemic. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disa…
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Emily Smith shares some tips for caregivers returning to the workplace after COVID-19 closures to help balance work and caregiving responsibilities. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 6:06 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the …
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Josh Fisherkeller helps us prepare to give a death notification with strategies and tips to help us through this difficult conversation. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:10 minutes. Josh Fisherkeller, MSW is the Train…
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Emily Smith shares how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted those with substance used disorder and offers evidence-based tips professionals can use to address substance misuse with their clients. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Ch…
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Cambria Rose Walsh shares with us the stages of onboarding new employees, from pre-employment through orientation, ensuring employee integration into the current organizational culture. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; …
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Description: Emily Smith shares how to plan for a safe return to the workplace after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 5:02 minutes. Emily Smith, BS is the Coordinator for the Well@Work …
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Dr. Jessica Eslinger helps us to reflect on how to make meaning from the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, helping us to process our thoughts and feelings so that we can move towards a hopeful future. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on…
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Emily Smith presents strategies for managing media use during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. She describes the impact of news and social media use has on our health and well-being. Emily explains how to replace the endless scrolling with healthier habits to reduce stress and sleep better. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Departm…
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Cambria Walsh presents strategies for building leadership skills in times of crisis. She defines compassionate leadership, explains how the pillars of compassionate leadership result in strong workforce teams, and suggests ways to support your team during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department…
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Description: Alex Clark talks with us about balancing work and family life demands during the COVID-19 pandemic and offers tips to help bring these parts of our life into harmony. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Children; 7:42 m…
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Dr. Jessica Eslinger introduces us to the Circle of Influence activity that can help us take control of our stress by increasing our feelings of personal control and competence in our work. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center on Trauma and Childr…
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Dr. Leslie Ann Ross demonstrates mindfulness self-compassion and explains how this practice can help us manage life stress, increased feelings of well-being, and increase our confidence in how we do our jobs. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to the Center o…
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Dr. Jessica Eslinger helps us understand when symptoms of secondary traumatic stress may indicate a need for services through our Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), and questions to ask to help determine if a provider is secondary traumatic stress informed. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developme…
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Dr. Scott Lajoie helps us understand responses that may arise during times of stress, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and how we can use psychological first aid to help our colleagues feel safe, connected and cared for. This podcast is provided through a grant from the Department of Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to th…
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