Navigating challenging work relationships

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Communication is a two-way street. When we encounter challenging interactions at work, it’s important to look at our own communication style and behaviors in order to improve relationships. Join our small group conversation, led by a Spring Health provider, to discuss ways we have handled these situations with empathy, patience, and professionalism.

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Thursday, 9/28/23 @ 1:00 PM (10:00 AM) with Dominique

Wednesday, 10/4/23 @ 12:00 PM (9:00 AM) with BJ

Can't make it or the session you want is full? Click here to join our waitlist or email us at wellsprings@springhealth.com

WellSprings are limited to 20 attendees. If a session fills to capacity, new time slots may be added. Spring Health may cancel a session if there are less than 4 attendees present within the first 5 minutes of the session in order to preserve the intent of group conversation.

Note: WellSprings sessions do not apply towards the usage of your covered therapy/medication management sessions.

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About The Facilitator

Dr. Dominique Pritchett, PsyD, LCSW (she/her)

Dr. Dominique Pritchett, PsyD, LCSW is a mental health advocate who's mission is to create opportunities for people to be seen, supported and safe in every space. Period. She is an exceptional therapist, speaker, and well-being strategist. As a speaker and strategist, Dr. Dominique engages and educates audiences using thought-provoking stories, relevant statistics and actionable steps resulting in goal advancement. As a sought-after expert on emotional intelligence and psychological safety as well as mental health challenges impacting Black women and girls, Dr. Dominique has spoken at numerous organizations around the world.

Matt Hale, IMFT (he/him)

Matt Hale, IMFT is an independently licensed marriage and family therapist. He has been practicing in the state of Ohio for the last ten years. He has worked in a variety of settings including long term care, community mental health, his own private practice, as a mobile crisis responder for law enforcement, and most recently as an on-site dedicated therapist for Spring Health to Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Matt has enjoyed working with aging and elderly adults, young children, couples, families, individuals and people across all life cycle stages. Matt enjoys creating a safe and compassionate atmosphere for his clients to explore their own emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Matt uses emotionally focused couples therapy, internal family systems, mindfulness, and EMDR as his primary therapeutic approaches. Matt enjoys nature and being active outdoors.

BJ Constantine, LMHC, LPC, NCC (he/him)

BJ Constantine, LMHC, LPC, NCC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, National Board Certified Counselor, Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (Mental Health Counseling), and Spring Health Clinician. He has extensive experience providing clinical therapeutic services to military personnel and veterans struggling with PTSD, anxiety, depression and personality disorders. BJ is a retired US Army officer with nearly 40 years experience leading, training, counseling and mentoring soldiers, civilians, and family members. Using a person-centered approach to psychotherapy, BJ strives to assist others to improve their mental health through empathy, trust, compassion, cultural sensitivity and understanding. He believes hope, optimism and mindfulness are key to developing or enhancing personal strengths and finding solutions to life’s challenges.

Christine Lopez, LCSW (she/her)

Christine Lopez, LCSW graduated with her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2007 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has experience working in various areas of the field as a psychiatric social worker, a medical social worker and most recently as a health educator. Christine also provides individual therapy assisting individuals coping with life adjustments, depression, anxiety, and communication. She strives to encourage others to engage in personal growth and resilience.
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