Well Being Check-In’s are designed to provide support by having a licensed, behavioral health consultant available either virtually or onsite for one-on-one conversations. These conversations provide in-depth support in a safe, structured, caring environment and helps your employees develop strategies to address areas of their well being where they may be struggling.
Well Being Check-in’s help create a culture of psychological safety with a focus on maintaining productivity and effective coping while decreasing symptoms of burnout and compassion fatigue. The consultant does this by:
- Reviewing the Wheel of Well Being and addressing areas that need support
- Helping build on natural resiliency and recovery
- Providing ideas and tips for self-care and coping
- Normalizing common behavioral and psychological reactions to stress
- Triaging for those who might need more support by reviewing and referring to other resources
The consultant can be available based on your unique needs and sessions are typically 30-50 minutes each.
A VITAL WorkLife consultant will come on site and meet on your floor or in your department with small groups of staff directly impacted by COVID-related stress and exhaustion to enhance group cohesion and community, share experiences, and provide resiliency/recovery strategies. These interactive interventions are designed to engage employees with similar circles of impact and build support within teams. The purpose of these session is on acknowledging the current stressors, communicating compassion, providing strategies to help facilitate resilience, and giving group members an opportunity to ask questions and share personal reflections and coping methods.
The session framework is as follows:
- Consultant introduces themselves and provides high-level context for the time together
- Consultant asks to go around the group and ask what members are hoping to gain from the time together
- Consultant summarizes those “hopes” and begins to guide the conversation based on themes
- Consultant provides closing summary to the group and review of VITAL WorkLife resources and how to access
A VITAL WorkLife consultant meets either virtually or on-site with one or more small groups of the more directly impacted providers/employees to enhance group cohesion and community, share experiences, and provide resiliency/recovery strategies. Interactive Group Briefings are designed to engage employees with similar circles of impact and build support within teams.
The focus of these session is on acknowledging the current stressors, communicating compassion, providing strategies to help facilitate recovery, and giving group members an opportunity to ask questions and share personal reflections and coping methods. These services are presented with a focus on human resilience and the evidence-informed benefits of returning to productivity.
The consultant can be available based on your unique needs and sessions are typically 60 minutes each.
Drop-In’s are designed to leverage existing meetings to promote well being within your teams, departments and among your leadership. A VITAL WorkLife consultant virtually “drops in” to series of existing meetings, for a minimum of 15 minutes and up to 30 minutes, to provide the following:
- Overview of VITAL WorkLife resources and ways to access – phone, web, mobile app
- Normalizing common behavioral and psychological reactions to stress and the current climate
- Targeted information on the following topics, or a custom topic requested by the client:
- Best practices on promoting your Well Being Resources
- Skills for leaders when having a difficult conversation
- Importance of self-care
- Navigating traumatic experiences
- Effective communication in times of stress
Each drop-in will have a corresponding PowerPoint presentation that will be shared with the group.
This virtual experience provides support to your team by coming together, debriefing their experiences, and obtaining support from one another guided by a VITAL WorkLife senior consultant. Our objective is that participants will experience relief, perspective, and insights about the impact of the pandemic on themselves and colleagues, and a greater sense of what they will need to do in order to persevere.
Participants will learn what practices of self-care other colleagues find successful, be given the opportunity to share well being concerns during this challenging time and discover ways to build relationships for ongoing collegial support. This webinar is highly interactive, with the opportunity for small group sharing and discussion. We will include time at the end to review all the resources available through VITAL WorkLife.