Free Meeting: Mental Health
Mental health is a key component to your employees' overall health and well-being. Learn new ways to promote positive mental health and how to support your employees' mental health efforts.
Lunch will be provided - Please RSVP to save your spot. Registering ahead of time is highly recommended and will speed up the registration process at the venue.
This meeting is free and open to the public.
This event will answer a few essential questions necessary to improve the wellness of your organizations:
What are your employees' mental health struggles & how can you support them?
Why is a mental health program necessary for your company?
How can you incorporate mental health into your wellness programs?
What are key tips & attainable/realistic changes you can start making today?
11:30 am - 11:40 am - Lunch & Networking
11:40 am - 11:45 am - Introduction and Welcome, Winston YMCA Executive Director, Tim Burrows
11:45 am - 12:35 pm - Mental Health Wellbeing Presentation, Lisa E. Grossman, PhD, ATC, BCB, President and Founder of SMR Performance Consulting
12:35 pm - 12:45 pm - Mental Health First Aid Update, Outpatient Area Manager, Baptist Behavior Health, Amanda Brown
12:45 pm - 12:55 pm - First Coast Games and Southern Games Info, YMCA Director of Corporate and Community Engagement, Dana Troeger
12:55 pm - 1:00 pm - Closing Statements
1:00 pm - Optional Winston YMCA tour, Winston YMCA Associate Director, Sarah Schmitt
Lisa E. Grossman, Ph.D., BCB, ATC
Dr. Lisa Grossman, President and Founder of SMR Performance Consulting, is an expert in peak performance and mental health training with extensive experience working with military and law enforcement agencies, healthcare providers, combat and wounded veterans, and corporations. In addition to providing training and consulting services through SMR, Dr. Grossman is a Peak Performance Team Lead for HRS Consulting, serves as an instructor at SJRSC’s Criminal Justice Academy, and teaches for FDLE’s Leadership Academy. Dr. Grossman has served as the Peak Performance Center Director at Wounded Warrior Project’s TRACK Program and has developed educational and training protocols for the US Army’s Center for Enhanced Performance. Lisa Grossman was awarded a Doctoral Degree in Educational Psychology from Florida State University where she specialized in Performance Psychology, is Board Certified in Biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance, and is a Board Certified Athletic Trainer with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.