Wellness, a vital aspect of ethical service delivery for any professional in the human services field, is often discussed but seldom practiced. Impairment can have a significant impact on professional job functioning, which may compromise care and pose potential harm to our clients. Impairment may present itself in the form of mental or physical illness, burnout, substance related issues, or job dissatisfaction. This session will be devoted to discussing holistic wellness (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual) and its relationship to ethical service provision. Participants will receive information on comprehensive wellness, how to identify burnout, and receive suggestions for activities that may promote professional and personal wellness.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to
- Identify ways to enhance wellness in personal life and professional practice
- Discuss and identify impairment in professional functioning
- Identify suitable activities that promote holistic wellness personally and professionally
Presenter: Justin Watts
Justin Watts, PhD. NCC is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas in the Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation Program. His research centers on mental health, substance use disorders, and peer support programs. He is also involved in teaching and training students who desire to become mental health counselors.
Payment: Purchase Order or payment by check or credit card must be received 7 days prior to start date. If you have any problems when trying to pay for the course, contact UNTWISE at (940) 565-4000 for further assistance.
Registration Deadline: Registration will be closed 7 days prior to training commencement.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made 2 weeks prior to training to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided if cancellation is made within 2 weeks of training. Please fax cancellation to (940) 565-3960 or email UNTWISE@unt.edu.