COVID Storm Series Webinar #3 | Navigating Personal Pressures While Managing Your Team: A Survival Guide
Mental and behavioral health of individuals can significantly impact the team, and the team impacts the individual. As a leader, balancing both while weathering a pandemic can prove to be a formidable challenge. Brendan Young, CEO/ President, and Morghan Terry, Clinical Director, will examine stress and mental/behavioral health management for leadership and employees while reviewing EAPs and how to utilize them.
This is webinar #3 of the series –
One Year into the COVID Storm: Mental Health, Resilience & Resources
A Four-Part Series to Guide You and Your Team Personally and Professionally
About the Speaker
Mr. Young is the President and CEO of Mental Health Consultants, Inc. (MHC), a behavioral health consulting company that provides employee assistance programs (EAP) and other behavioral health services to companies large or small across the US. Not bad for a man who once considered a career as a “golf bum”, which was fortunately cut short by a passion for helping others. After receiving his undergraduate degree from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia (where he served on the National Alumni Board) and a stint in AmeriCorps NCCC, Young went on to earn a master’s degree is social services from Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work and Social Research and is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). He is a past President and Vice President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA), a former board member for the Employee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA), and was recently named CEO of Ethos Treatment, LLC, a substance abuse intensive outpatient program (IOP) he co-founded in 2017. An avid cyclist, amateur photographer, and mediocre CrossFitter, Brendan currently lives in Glenside, PA with his out-of-his-league wife, two teenage daughters who grow more embarrassed by him every day, and a pair of Labrador retrievers.
Morghan serves as the Clinical Director at Mental Health Consultants (MHC) overseeing specialty Workplace Behavior and Employer/ Member Assistance Programs. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Employee Assistance Professional and is qualified to perform DOT Substance Abuse Professional services. She has over fifteen years of clinical experience working with individuals and client organizations. Morghan has considerable training in family systems therapy, crisis intervention, workplace behavioral health and employee assistance. She provides counseling and consultation services to employees and managers on complicated workplace issues impacting employee well-being. Morghan received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Shippensburg University and went on to obtain a graduate degree in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from LaSalle University.