NAMI's Ask the Expert Webinar: COVID-19 and Workplace Mental Health

APR. 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the catalyst for multiple changes in every area of our lives — at home and at work. Our expert Darcy Gruttadaro, Director of the Center for Workplace Mental Health, American Psychiatric Association Foundation, will share valuable information on maintaining our wellness, specifically in the workplace, as we adjust to changes in how we connect to our coworkers and work during this time.  

This webinar will also include an overview of the psychological and behavioral responses to this pandemic’s level of immense change and the stress that often follows.

Our Expert

Darcy Gruttadaro, J.D. joined the APA Foundation in 2017 as the director of the Center for Workplace Mental Health. As director, she is developing and implementing the Center’s strategic direction and continued growth. In this role, she will develop strategic relationships and collaboration with employers, business groups representing employers, colleague organizations and other key stakeholders.

Before joining the Center, Ms. Gruttadaro served in multiple senior level positions with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). This work focused on initiatives to expand access to effective mental health services and supports for people impacted by mental health conditions. Ms. Gruttadaro has extensive experience in advocacy, policy and programmatic approaches to expanding evidence-based practices, improving early intervention, securing insurance coverage for mental health services and building a broader array of effective services and supports that promote resiliency and recovery.

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For questions or troubleshooting, contact us at asktheexpert@nami.org.
 

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