World Mental Health Day Speaker Series: Beth Goss
October 28 @ 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Beth Goss, LCMHC, Director of Client Care and Coordination, Howard Center. Presentation followed by Q & A.
Typically a talk on Compassion Fatigue is designed for professional caregivers. Beth has reinvented the discussion so that it is applicable for all of us. As we each continue to navigate a once in a life-time pandemic— each with our own unique set of circumstances – why do we feel as if we are running on empty? Beth will discuss signs of burnout and other risk factors and help us to identify practical ways to protect and nurture our strengths, better manage our stressors, and find balance in our lives.
Beth Goss, LCMHC, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 30 years of experience. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling. Beth is the Director of Client Care and Coordination at Howard Center working with all age ranges of clients with developmental and mental health needs. Beth is trained in the ARC Model of Trauma Treatment and is currently in a Train the Trainer role. She provides regular trainings on a variety of topics including: Trauma Informed Care, Mental Health System of Care, Compassion Fatigue, In-home Family Work, and Child Development. She is a member of the Trauma Consultation Team at Howard Center. She has been trained in the Collaborative Network Approach and utilizes this approach with families and individuals.