Episode #102- Mental Health: An Emerging Awareness – Nadine Durbach

In today’s episode, Teresa is joined by Nadine Durbach, Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist, to discuss Mental Health: An Emerging Awareness.

Teresa and Nadine talk about how many leaders are in the best position to see changes or be told of changes in their employees and addressing the issue is better than thinking it will go away. There has been a shift in how employees and employers have changed their thinking about mental health awareness in the workplace.

They also talk about why it is important for leaders to be talking about mental health and sharing their own personal experiences. It is good for the bottom dollar to recognize mentally healthy employees make for a healthy workplace and stress will impact it.

To connect with Nadine: https://nadinedurbachlcsw.com/

Instagram: @nadinedlcsw

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nadinelcsw

What we struggle with on the home front, it doesn’t get left at the front door of the building

Nadine Durbach

Episode Timestamp

00:06Introduction and Disclaimer 01:28Shift in Mental Health Awareness 08:14Break and Public Service Announcement 08:38Addressing Mental Health 19:59Teresa’s Closing Remarks
Hosted by

Teresa McQueen, Esq.
Founder, Host and Executive Producer
Teresa is a skilled trial attorney (a recovering litigator!), Corporate Counsel for Western Growers Family of Companies, a published author and frequent speaker on a wide range of topics including harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace. She is a Certified Business Etiquette Trainer and hosts the Workplace Perspective podcast to help organizations of all sizes develop and maintain successful employer/employee relationships.*

*The views expressed by Teresa McQueen are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Western Growers Family of Companies, its officers, directors, board members, employees, or members.

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