The Ethics of Self Care: A Call to Action
A SAPA-Hosted Conversation facilitated by Dr. Mayday Levine- Mata
This is an interactive training for psychologists and other professional behavioral health care providers to review the ethical imperative to have, create time for, and enact an intentional and written self-care plan. The conversation will allow for participants to share information, reflect upon, and explore with each other their self-care priorities and common barriers to (and solutions for) staying motivated to meet their self- care goals.
Mayday Levine-Mata, PsyD is a licensed psychologist with an extensive behavioral health background. She is currently the Director, Program Development for Arizona Complete Health Complete Care Plan, and her team includes: Tribal Program Development, Behavioral Health programming for children and adults, Substance Use Disorder/Opiate Use Disorder Programming, Social Determinants of Health, oversight of the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Block Grants funding and programming, and Suicide and Substance Abuse Prevention. She has over 20 years of experience providing direct care and administrating clinical programs for children and adults, including residential and outpatient services, and is passionate about reducing health disparities and increasing access to prevention and healthcare for all in need.
THIS IS NOT A CE EVENT.
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