Join us for an informative presentation for healthcare on resilience, resilience building techniques and the impacts of traumatic events.
The impacts of the pandemic on mental health of healthcare workers are significant and ever evolving. Increasing the resiliency of our healthcare workforce is going to be essential to our continued and future response efforts. Here at the Coalition, we are actively looking for ways to support mental health in our healthcare community. Dr. Glenn was the keynote speaker at this year’s National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference, and her presentation was the highlight of the event! We are excited to give our members the opportunity to hear her presentation as well!
Tania Glenn responded to the terrorists’ attacks at the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995 and to Ground Zero in New York City in 2001, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Dallas Police shootings in 2016 and the Active Shooter at the Ft. Lauderdale Airport in 2017 as a first responder and licensed clinician from Austin, TX. Having worked with thousands of homeland defense and security professionals in supporting multiple military campaigns and/or critical incidents, Tania specializes in the identification and treatment of severe stress and trauma. And because Tania focuses on the aviation, military, and public safety communities, she has worked with hundreds of individuals in combating their PTSD. Tania has been in practice for thirty years interacting with professionals from the federal, state, and local arenas. Tania’s colleagues refer to her as a “warrior healer” because she is passionate about her work and dedicates her practice to helping those who serve and protect.
Her presentation will discuss: