Organization Wellness: Improving health and well being in the workplace.

May 11, 2021
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
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Join SHRMTC, HRATT and STAHR chapters on May 11 for a presentation on Organization Wellness:  Improving health and well being in the workplace.  Aaron Rakow, PhD from the MindWell Center will present to participants on how to identify the current mental health needs within your workplace; review innovative strategies for promoting occupational health and wellness; gains skills to more effectively support the mental health of your teams; and, provide a wellness framework for facility strategic planning, decision-making, and future action.  

Don't miss this program presented by Aaron Rakow, PhD from the MindWell Center MindWell Center.  This program has been approved for SHRM and HRCI certification credits. 

         Aaron Rakow, PhD       

Training: University of Vermont (PhD Clinical Psychology), Medical University of South Carolina (Internship), University of Vermont (Fellowship)

Dr. Aaron Rakow is a licensed clinical psychologist and cognitive-behavioral therapist. Dr. Rakow’s clinical expertise focuses on working with children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Rakow brings years of experience to the MindWell team including as the former Director of the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Service at Children’s National Medical System and as an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University. Dr. Rakow previously co-founded College Steps (2009), a non-profit organization with a mission to advance the promotion of higher education and independent life skills for college-aged young adults living with autism and developmental disabilities. Dr. Rakow also co-founded InSite Solutions (2013), a non-profit organization with a mission to provide school-based mental health services and consultative support for underserved populations of Washington, DC. InSite Solutions was merged with MedStar Health in 2018 at which point Dr. Rakow co-founded the WISE Center at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital which he has helped to scale over 50 schools a year in DC collectively serving more than 7,500 youth and families. Dr. Rakow is a native to Ithaca, NY and alumnus of Cornell University where he studied Human Development (2001).


$0.00 No Registration Fee. Please consider a donation to the SHRM Foundation.

$0.00 No Registration Fee. Please consider a donation to the SHRM Foundation.