Tuesday, May 16th, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m
Do you manage other team members within your current role? Are you concerned about your current state of mental health, or that of your coworkers? You’re not alone.
Nearly one in five Americans live with a mental health condition, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. That presents challenges that must be acknowledged by employers and people-focused organizational leaders, such as human resources practitioners. If you work in a DEI-focused role, you likely face the challenge of addressing additional layers of stress and trauma.
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, DAIP’s May Unfiltered Coffee Chat will be a guided conversation featuring Sandra Victorino, LMHC. Sandra is the co-founder of the Latino Mental Health Network of RI, and currently leads workforce development and community engagement efforts at Care New England. She will center this conversation around how managers can make self-care and collective healing part of their workplace.
Our Unfiltered Coffee Chat series provides an opportunity for open connection and dialogue that is so crucial for our work. We invite you to come as you are to this guided conversation, to share space and contribute your questions and ideas.
This program has been submitted for HRCI and SHRM CE credits.
Sandra Victorino co-founded the Latino Mental Health Network of Rhode Island and is the Director of Workforce Development, Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations at Care New England. She has worked in the mental health field for 16 years. Her areas of interest in health care are access for all populations, health and behavioral health equity, and culturally and linguistically appropriate health services. In addition, her current work focuses on building leadership capabilities, equity and inclusion, and developing and strengthening partnerships in our communities.
Sandra earned a Master's in Counseling at The University of Mary Hardin Baylor and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Rhode Island College. She is a bilingual, Spanish-speaking, bicultural Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Rhode Island. She is the Vice President of the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island. She is a board member for the Women's Fund of RI and Providence/Cranston Workforce Board. In addition, she is on the behavioral health advisory board at Clinica Esperanza, a free clinic for the uninsured, the LunaYou advisory committee, a free online maternal wellbeing program, the Health Insurance Advisory Council in RI, and serves as the Chair of the Commission for Health Advocacy and Equity.
When not involved with her work and boards, Sandra enjoys powerlifting, drawing trees, experiencing live music, and spending time with her family and friends.
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