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    *An Invitation to party...For everyone

    Date: July 17, 2020, 8:15am – 9:45am
    Cumberland Valley SHRM Chapter
    FREE to MEMBERS $20.00 Non Members (Guests or individuals who have not paid 2020 dues), all of our event fees are non-refundable
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    Please RSVP by end of business July 16th . Register here


    8:15 am - 8:30 am  - CVSHRM Update

    8:30 am-  9:30 am -  Program 

    9:30 am- 9:45 am - Question and Answer


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    An Invitation to the Party…for Everyone

    Main Session Description:

    When we speak of diversity and inclusion, we often immediately think of race, ethnicity and cultural difference, but the focus of this presentation centers around a sometimes invisible issue at least at first glance, but the reality is mental health and those who struggle with psychological distress and mental illness are among us, they are our loved ones, our coworkers, you, me…


    Dr. Diller will provide an overview of the current state of mental health in the workplace and ways to make sure it does not remain invisible which is a core underpinning of embracing diversity and inclusion.  Everyone wants to be invited to the party and Dr. Diller will share ways to make sure that this indeed happens. 

    Learning Objectives:

    • ·         Participants will learn how unconscious bias can prevent a workplace from becoming diverse and inclusive in their practices
    • ·         Participants will learn and identify at least four ways to overcome barriers from creating a diverse and inclusive work environment
    • ·         Participants will learn and be able to identify three vitally important facts about the current impact of mental health in the workplace in the U.S.
    • ·         Participants will learn ways to ensure that mental health is part of the conversation when building a culture of caring, embracing diversity and inclusivity within the workplace.

    Speaker Bio:

    Dr. Diller is a Licensed Psychologist and Director of WellSpan Employee Assistance Program (WSEAP). He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh, a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland and a Doctor of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford. He spent nineteen years in clinical practice, fifteen of those years at WellSpan Behavioral Health (WBH), now known as WellSpan Philhaven. Dr. Diller served as a clinical supervisor from 2006 to 2016 overseeing clinical operations of WBH-Meadowlands outpatient office.  He has been with WSEAP since 2016 and has been passionate about finding better ways to support our fellow coworkers, raising awareness of mental health issues in the workplace and offering ways we can provide a culture of caring to support overall wellbeing.  Dr. Diller has also developed a growing curiosity and interest in leadership development, particularly with the key attributes of what makes a great leader.