About this Webinar
Improving employee well-being, preparing for a return back to the workplace, and unlocking workforce potential.
Please join us where our panel of experts share insights on how agencies/organizations can improve employee well-being, preparing for a return back to the workplace, and unlock workforce potential. The impact of the worldwide pandemic has only increased uncertainty and complex emotions in all aspects of our lives. The challenges around shifting from remote work back to physically being present at work has brought new stresses and questions as to how and when workplaces will reopen. This is a unique opportunity to share ideas around cultivating employee resilience as we return to our physical work environments.
Kenneth McGill, EdS LMFT
Solution-Focused Care Senior Scientist at Opeeka
Kimberly Bond, MS, LMFT
Executive Vice President at OPEN MINDS
Kimberly Bond, MS, LMFT, has over thirty years of experience providing behavioral health treatment in the public and community settings. Ms. Bond currently serves as the Executive Vice President of Business Development at OPEN MINDS. Prior to joining OPEN MINDS, Ms. Bond served concurrently as a Program Coordinator III and Clinical Manager of Adult Services and a Program Coordinator II and Clinical Manager of Recovery Services for the Ozark Guidance Center. In these roles, Ms. Bond was responsible for the administrative and clinical oversight of the adult outpatient and adult intensive mental health services on the Springdale Campus as well as the adult recovery/co-occurring services, including domestic violence and anger management treatment. Ms. Bond served 8 years as the President and CEO of Mental Health Systems, Inc. where she helped them grow into one of the largest providers of behavioral health services in California.
Paul Brylske, MSW, LCSW-C
Director, Treatment Foster Care at The Kennedy Krieger Institute
Since 1991, Brylske has been instrumental in the development of the Kennedy Krieger Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress, TFC Program. Currently he is the program’s director. In addition, he has developed the program’s capacity to provide respite through the implementation of local, state, and federal grants.Brylske is a member of the Maryland Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, Chairperson of the Maryland Treatment Foster Care Coalition, Board Member of the Maryland Respite Care Coalition, and was appointed by the Governor as Vice-Chair of the Maryland Caregiver Support Coordinating Council.Brylske has presented throughout the United States and Canada on issues related to treatment foster care, adoptions, and respite. This has primarily been in the areas of program implementation, parent training, and program outcomes.
Richard Knecht, M.S.
Managing Partner, Integrated Human Services Group, LLC
Richard has more than 30 years of experience as a celebrated clinician, speaker, executive coach, facilitator and organizational engineer. Richard Knecht has delivered program operations, leadership, strategic planning and training services to public and private healthcare and human service systems. He is highly regarded in California for his work in designing, adapting and implementing integrated Systems of Care for public human service agencies.