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MentorWorks: Mentoring in Crisis

MentorWorks: Mentoring in Crisis

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

MentorWorks is a workshop series for mentors, coaches, managers, and supervisors to develop new professional skills, explore new ideas, and connect with a professional network of peers.

Mentoring in Crisis
Clinical psychologist and mental health advocate Dr. Anat Geva leads an online, interactive session.

Build a framework for connecting in crisis, with skills you can apply right now and far-reaching benefits for facing future challenges.

Living through the COVID-19 crisis can be stressful and induce a sense of grief. Grief is a universal response to the loss of a loved one—and it is a natural response to the pandemic-related losses many are experiencing, such as loss of routine, security, professional identity, social connections, and certainty about the future.

How can we mentor people through this time of uncertainty—when we may be facing the same challenges in our own lives?

Building Resilience

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 from noon to 1:30 pm

Developing resilience is essential for psychological and spiritual growth. In this session’s interactive activity, learn to maximize resilience in your life and within the mentor-mentee relationship. Purchase tickets below.

At the conclusion of the session, you will be able to put into practice skills necessary for intentional collaborative problem solving.

Dr. Anat GevaDr. Anat S. Geva is the Director of Strategic Initiatives at No Shame on U, a Chicago-based organization dedicated to destigmatizing mental health in the Jewish community and beyond.

She holds a PhD in clinical and experimental psychology from the University of Michigan, and a JD from the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law.


MentorWorks is a program of Spertus Institute's Center for Jewish Leadership, supported in part by a generous grant from the Crown Family.