Do you feel like your clients who've been abused at work are stuck in a major rut that’s destroying their lives?
This program will help you help them see a way out.
According to a 2017 Workplace Bullying Institute and Zogby International survey, 38 percent of Americans — or 60.4 million — experienced or witnessed bullying at work. Sadly, more than a third of these targets remain silent about the abuse or don’t stand up for themselves. The purpose of this two-hour course is to increase awareness of workplace abuse and to educate mental health professionals on the toxic effects abuse has on employees.
Take the quiz to see how much you already know about abuse at work.
Help them destroy their situations —
before their situations destroys them with this online course for mental health professionals and social workers.
Dive into what workplace bullying is and the harm it does.
Learn why workplace abuse happens in the first place and what culture and worldviews have to do with it.
Understand clinical interventions that can help your clients navigate abuse at work.
By taking this course, you'll have the tools to help your clients
figure out how to tackle their workplace bullying situations head-on —
from some of the best minds in the field.
We’ll teach you how to help your clients approach their situations to take back what's rightfully theirs: dignity and respect. We'll teach you the interventions you need to help them take their confidence back.
At the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
Deb boosts employees outside of work and teaches their employers what it means to provide a healthy workplace. She built a base of more than 16,000 workplace anti-abuse legislation supporters, the largest by state in the nation. She’s helped hundreds of abused employees understand their abuse situations, discover their self-worth, and learn how to move on from their toxic work cultures. She’s been quoted in Redbook, Forbes, and Monster.
Robbin is a licensed mental health counselor in private practice. She openly shares her own experience of workplace abuse to empower others. Robbin wants to educate fellow mental health professionals on using interventions to treat their clients who experienced abuse at work. She’s an advocate with the Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Advocates to pass legislation for anti-bullying in the workplace.