"The Psychological Impact of the Pandemic: What do Your Clients Need from You?"
Robert will speak about the psychology of the pandemic, the significant increase in mental and substance use disorders, the stress on employees, the ongoing stress of being short staffed for many employers, and how trusted advisors can support their clients and their companies.
He will offer an understanding of the scope, breadth, and depth of the problem of mental health during the last 18 months and what is anticipated going forward. In addition, he will suggest some sophisticated approaches to addressing these challenges.
Robert A. Mines, Ph.D. is the Chairman and founder of Mines and Associates (MINES), a national business psychology firm. Dr. MINES and the firm have worked with the entire range of mental health and substance use concerns plus people who have chronic illnesses such as diabetes, depression, and others, applying psychology to improve health outcomes. In addition to his business and professional experience, Dr. Mines was an associate professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver for 13 years and is a licensed psychologist in the state of Colorado.
Dr. Mines has published professional articles, chapters, and presented at international and national meetings on topics such as cost offset considerations in mental health benefits, organizational change and break through projects, succession planning, positive psychology and business performance, strategic alliances, marketing of professional firms, work stress, impairment at work, intellectual development, emotional intelligence and law firms, emotional intelligence and leadership, and numerous other topics.
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