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Greater Merrimack Valley Human Resource Association

Behavioral and Mental Issues: How to Make It OKAY to Ask for Help

  • 04 Jun 2020
  • 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Webinar


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Thursday, June 4, 2020

Remote Meeting

      8:00 AM - 8:15 AM Welcome from Gail Buckler
             8:15 AM - 8:55 Legal Update and Q&A with Deb Najjar

             9:00 - 10:30 Program

Approved for 1.50 SHRM & HRCI credits

Topic:  Behavioral and Mental Issues: Navigating the Emotional and Behavioral Side of Return to Work

Ultimately, it will be employees who judge of how well organizations manage COVID-19 return to work.  Whether they believe their organization balances business imperatives with their personal safety will be expressed as engagement, commitment, and pride… or the lack there of. This will affect the experience of customers, members, and patients for throughout 2020 and beyond. This session will help to:

  • Anticipate emotional and behavioral responses from employees regarding return to work
  • Understand the normal emotional roots for many employee (and leader) behaviors
  • Develop responses to rebuild/reinforce employee engagement, commitment, and pride

Our Speakers:

Mary Kimmel, LCMHC

Senior Employee Assistance Consultant, KGA, Inc.

Mary is a Senior Employee Assistance Consultant at KGA, Inc. and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She has an extensive background in providing a range of services including Employee Assistance Programs, human resource consulting, and organizational training. Her areas of expertise include transition management, harassment and discrimination prevention, and critical incident stress management. Mary holds a BME in music education from Ohio State University and a MA in Counseling Psychology from Antioch University New England.

Seth Moeller

President, KGA, Inc.

Seth Moeller joined KGA in January 2011 and became President in 2013. Seth works with clients and prospective clients to ensure alignment between KGA’s services and the evolving needs of today’s employers. He brings twenty years of experience in organization effectiveness and development from consulting, financial services, health care, and technology.  Seth services on the Board of Directors for the National Behavioral Consortium, a national association of employee assistance and managed behavioral health organizations.

Seth holds a BA from the University of Vermont and an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.

Our Sponsor:

Our mission is to protect members from paying more than they should for healthcare We believe that Healthcare is already expensive enough. While new programs and strategies have been designed to help individuals and organizations optimize their healthcare, people still pay exuberant out of pocket expenses. Let’s face it. The healthcare system in the U.S. was not designed to support consumer’s financial needs. To make matters worse, most people don’t have the resources or support they require to avoid overpaying for their healthcare. We are on a mission to change that. We believe that quality and affordable care begins with quality, affordable interactions. We live this belief by bringing clarity to an unclear process so we can inform decision making, empower consumers, and reduce the overall cost of healthcare. With over 25+ years of experience in the healthcare industry, we’ve seen enough. It’s time to reframe how we take care of our people.



For more information:

Contact: Lisa Lemieux, PHR, SHRM-CP

Phone: 978-204-3207


183 Rockingham Rd., Ste 2 East

c/o Landmark Benefits

Windham, NH 03087



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