WEBINAR- Self Care: Taking Care of Ourselves So We Can Help Others

Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/03/2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Life happens.  Not just work but our lives outside of work can cause stress, anxiety and issues that we must deal with to be healthy and happy.  Often, our own self-care takes a backseat to taking care of others, completing our work responsibilities and just making it through the day.

This course reminds us that in order to take care of others, we must first, take care of ourselves.  The various possible physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and behavioral effects are discussed.  Techniques and strategies for dealing with these effects in a healthy and safe way are discussed.

Concepts and techniques for family and friends are also covered. Lastly, resources are provided for additional assistance.

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Dc_cAVr6R7WMM79cgBpCfw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 

Steven M. Click serves as the First Responder Liaison for Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services.  Prior to assuming his current position, he served as a lieutenant, assigned to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Office of Personnel / Ohio ASSIST program.  Steve had been involved in peer support with the Patrol’s Member’s Assistance Team (MAT) since its inception in 2002.  He previously served as the Operational Commander.  Prior to retirement, he oversaw all aspects of the team including policies, activations and training.

He has been active in peer support since being CISM trained in 1993.  He was deployed to New York City twice after the 9/11 attacks and worked with the NYPD peer support program, POPPA.

He helped bring the Post Critical Incident Seminars to Ohio.  He has been utilized as a peer in South Carolina, Kentucky, Texas and Georgia, for their PCIS / STLS programs.

He serves as the lead trainer for several training programs offered by OhioMHAS and ASSIST, having provided training to a number of public safety and civilian agencies across Ohio.

Steve holds a bachelor’s degree from Franklin University in Public Safety Management with minors in leadership and public relations.

Steve is trained in both group and individual peer support by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.

Steve retired with 36 years of service with the Ohio State Highway Patrol and served in a number of assignments including Commander of Cadet Training, the Patrol’s Motorcycle Unit, the Ohio Statehouse Detail as well as several field supervisory positions.

He and his wife Lori live in Grove City, Ohio.