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E6: A Year and a Half Later: Caring for Clients, Families and Staff During the Pandemic

The pandemic has impacted everyone including clients, families and those providing their care. These impacts are ongoing and will be felt for many years to come. This workshop will highlight innovative and collaborative efforts to serve clients and families with virtual, in-person and hybrid care models. In addition, this workshop will provide tips on how to increase resiliency and self-care for caregivers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will better understand the impacts of the pandemic on clients, families and staff
  • Participants will learn ways to adapt services to meet client needs
  • Participants will gain practical ideas to increase resilience for caregivers

Presenter Bios:

Jennie Voelker, MSW, LCSW, Youth Clinical Director for Community Behavioral Health, oversees the clinical vision, development, implementation, and integrity of non-medical clinical services. Jennie is particularly interested in the areas of caregiver engagement, suicide prevention, youth bereavement, and mind-body medicine.

Kimble Richardson is Manager of Business Development for Community Health Network and an Indiana LMHC, LCSW, LMFT, and LCAC. He is chair of the Behavioral Health and Human Services licensure board, a CISM instructor, and clinical coordinator for several CISM teams.

Rachael Fisher, MBA, LCSW... (full bio to be provided soon)



Jennie Voelker, MSW, LCSW & Kimble Richardson, LMHC, LCSW, LMFT, LCAC & Rachael Fisher, MBA, LCSW