Healthy Communication

Date: 05/09/2024

Learn how to engage in meaningful discussions with peers at the workplace and learn about applicable CMLTA Standards of Practice regarding communication. Additionally, participants will learn skills to de-escalate situations, present clear communication, and move away from assumptions within professional and personal situations.

This session was facilitated by Dr. Rosina Mete, Director of Faculty at Yorkville University. Dr. Mete is a registered psychotherapist who has worked within community health, hospital, academic, and private practice settings. Dr. Mete has won awards for her academic and clinical work. She also has experience providing psychoeducational presentations and webinars on stress management and mental health awareness to healthcare professionals.

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