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Helping the Helping Professional Webinar Support Series

Helping Professional Webinar

In spring 2020, the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities was awarded funding by SAMSHA to address mental and substance use disorders during COVID-19.

Helping the Helping Professional Webinar Series provides webinar support to frontline statewide behavioral health, medical, public health, and education professionals to assist with decreasing indirect trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who should attend?

If you are a helping professional working directly with clients/consumers/patients (virtually or in-person) in the following fields:

  • Behavioral Health/Mental Health
  • Public Health
  • Education
  • Medical
  • Certified Peer Support Professional

What are the webinars about?

Great question! The series is all about supporting the helping professional during these unprecedented times when professionals are at an increased probability of experiencing indirect trauma. Check out the webinar schedule below if you are interested register today!

What is required to attend?

  • Show up ready to gain some great info for 30 minutes!
  • Commit to attending 4 out of 8 WebEx webinars.
  • Complete our questionnaires so we can determine effective.

Interested? Visit to register today!

2020-2021 Webinar Schedule




Indirect Trauma Foundations for the Helping Professional

Dr. Brian Bride

Nov. 12th

Intentional Self-Care Education

Dr. Adell Flowers

Nov. 16th

Mindfulness on the Go

Jessica Greathouse

Dec. 2nd

Productivity Techniques

Dr. Adell Flowers

Dec. 7th

Qi Gong

Dr. Carol Penn

Dec. 16th

Emotional Intelligence Leadership Development Module

Jessica Soto

Jan. 6th, 11th & 20th


Download this pdf file. Preparing the Front Line to Respond to the Opioid Crisis - Faith-Based
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Download this pdf file. Preparing the Front Line to Respond to the Opioid Crisis - First Responders
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ANSA CANS Information and Coupon Request

Cultural Competency & CLAS Standards Training Webinars

For assistance with these webinars, contact Deborah Bauer, MPH, Project Coordinator for the Georgia Home for Recovery Project at (404) 876-4788 or [email protected]. These files may not open correctly in your web browser. You may have to download them to your computer before viewing.


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