A new podcast is now available. I talk with Cheryl Cooke, PhD, DNP, PMHNP-BC, an academic and psychiatric nurse practitioner. She holds both research and practice doctorates and a Master’s in Health Systems from the University of Washington. She has a private practice treating children with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as children and adults with anxiety and depression. Her research interests include health disparities on individuals, families, and communities as well as perceived discrimination and parenting and child outcomes in multi-racial families. She is currently examining the experiences of Black, Indigenous, and people of Color and leadership in academic settings.
In the podcast, we cover:
- Mental health issues that have emerged in the workplace in the last couple of years
- Mental health disparities that exist for marginalized groups
- Ways that companies can help bridge gaps in mental health
- What leaders can do to support employee wellbeing
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