Emotional Health in the COVID Era
Wednesday, July 29 / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Join us as Kristin Matthews, LICSW, Vice President, Clinical Services at KGA, Inc. starts the conversation about managing anxiety and dealing with uncertainty in the COVID era. She’ll be interviewing Nina Dickerman, Manager, Worklife and Recognition Program at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute regarding her real-life experience within an organization that has been addressing this critical aspect of their employee’s health.

Topics include:

  • Latest updates on covid’s impact on emotional health.
  • Four principles of leadership when dealing with emotional health at work.
  • What employers and employees are experiencing and addressing.
  • Advice for use in corporate and personal settings.
Brought to you by:
Kristin Matthews
Vice President, Clinical Services
KGA, Inc.
Kristin joined KGA in 2007. She oversees operations for the EAP counseling and work-life teams, provides clinical insight for key accounts, and drives KGA’s assessment of and integration with mental health and work-life solution partners. Kristin has extensive experience counseling children, adolescents, and adults in various settings. She provides Crisis Response support to organizations and has conducted numerous seminars and webinars on issues of behavioral health in the workplace. Kristin received her BA in Psychology and Women’s Studies from Bowdoin College and her MSW from Boston University.
Nina Dickerman
Manager, Work/Life Balance & Recognition
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Nina Dickerman’s drive for career choices for nearly 30 years has been deeply rooted in nurturing relationships, triaging family dependent care challenges, curating resources, and implementing new innovative programs to make a difference for individuals when integrating home and work. Nina’s current role with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as the Manager for Work/Life & Recognition Programs provides opportunities to create new and strengthen current benefits that support dependent care and self-care needs of faculty and staff. She also co-authored a white paper in October 2019 called the Work/Life Practices Report.
Nina holds a Master’s of Science in Human Development and Family Support from Wheelock College (Boston, MA) and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Business with a minor in dance from Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY and Ithaca College London Center).
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