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The Psychosocial Consequences of Whistleblower Retaliation

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Presenter: Jacqueline Garrick

60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Establish a perspective on what it means to be a whistleblower and legal protections related to disclosures
  2. Gain skills in being able to identify and treat the toxic tactics of retaliation that cause emotional distress
  3. Build coping and problem solving skills for patients suffering the psychosocial impacts of retaliation and a hostile work environment.
Agenda:

Lecture Q&A

Resources for further study:
•Garrick, J. (2018) Whistleblowers of America: Peer Support Mentor Training Manual. Create Space.
•Garrick, J. Peer support for whistleblowers. Fed Pract. 2017;34(7):38-41.
•Garrick, J. Tending to Patients' Financial Mental Health. Clinical Psychiatry News, v. 44 no. 12 (December 2016) p. 8-9.
•Garrick, J., WHO's Push for Addressing Global Mental Health. Clinical Psychiatry News, v. 44 no. 11 (November 2016) p. 11.
•Garrick, J. (2016) Understanding Failed Relationships as a Factor Related to Suicide and Suicidal Behavior among Military Personnel, Intimacy Post Injury. Oxford University Press
•Garrick, J. (2015) Compensation, Pension and other Benefits for Women Veterans with Disabilities, Women at War. Oxford University Press
•Garrick, J. et al. (2015) Suicide-Related Ideation and Behaviors in Military Women, Women at War. Oxford University Press

This webinar offers 1 NYS ED Self Study Credits/Category II CEU, Texas

Focus will be on the definition of a whistleblower and protected disclosures under the law. Discussion will include how whistleblowers find themselves in an ethical dilemma between their organizations and protecting individuals or the public. It will enumerate the toxic tactics of retaliation and the psychosocial impacts for the whistleblower and how clinicians can make a difference in treating PTSD, Depression and Suicide.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Establish a perspective on what it means to be a whistleblower and legal protections related to disclosures
  2. Gain skills in being able to identify and treat the toxic tactics of retaliation that cause emotional distress
  3. Build coping and problem solving skills for patients suffering the psychosocial impacts of retaliation and a hostile work environment.
Agenda:

Lecture Q&A

Resources for further study:
•Garrick, J. (2018) Whistleblowers of America: Peer Support Mentor Training Manual. Create Space.
•Garrick, J. Peer support for whistleblowers. Fed Pract. 2017;34(7):38-41.
•Garrick, J. Tending to Patients' Financial Mental Health. Clinical Psychiatry News, v. 44 no. 12 (December 2016) p. 8-9.
•Garrick, J., WHO's Push for Addressing Global Mental Health. Clinical Psychiatry News, v. 44 no. 11 (November 2016) p. 11.
•Garrick, J. (2016) Understanding Failed Relationships as a Factor Related to Suicide and Suicidal Behavior among Military Personnel, Intimacy Post Injury. Oxford University Press
•Garrick, J. (2015) Compensation, Pension and other Benefits for Women Veterans with Disabilities, Women at War. Oxford University Press
•Garrick, J. et al. (2015) Suicide-Related Ideation and Behaviors in Military Women, Women at War. Oxford University Press

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