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Creating Psychologically Healthy Teams to Support Healthy Individuals
Grace Lichtenstein
August 14, 2024

  • Learn the value of healthy systems.

  • Creating a mindset to develop a balance between qualitative and quantitative factors.

  • Understanding the "why" behind creating relational concepts in the workplace.

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Grace Lichtenstein, MS spent 25 years as an award-winning, international speaker, trainer, psychotherapist, life coach, and is a huge fan of all things nap-related. During that time, she successfully worked with individuals and businesses to create healthier, more productive, and less stressed people and environments. One of the current ways she goes about changing the world is as Director of Training for an employee assistance program that supports approximately 9M people, worldwide.


Through her training in both Western and Eastern health philosophies, including an MS in Counseling Psychology and past state and national licensure and certifications in mental health and addiction, she has a comprehensive view of "what works".


In addition, her diverse experience of working with thousands of people ranging from native New Yorkers to Native Alaskans and from the FBI to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has allowed her to pinpoint some of the universal characteristics of healthy individuals and teams.


Grace teaches a variety of general soft skills (e.g. communication, leadership and team-building, conflict management, stress management) as well as more clinical topics (e.g. suicide risk assessment and prevention, crisis management, mental health in the workplace, trauma-informed care) to both healthcare professionals and those outside the fields of medicine, psychology, and social work.

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