Partnership and Power, Part 2: The Traumatized Workplace

Sandra Bloom and Sarah Yanosy explore indicators and consequences of stressed workplace environments. With guests, they discuss institutional community building and how we can confront our current epidemic of burnout.

Episode Description

In the first segment of the broadcast, Dr. Bloom and Ms. Yanosy will discuss some of the findings of Dr. Bloom’s 2010 book, Destroying Sanctuary: The Crisis in Human Service Delivery Systems, the first book to thoroughly explore what happens in stressed workplace environments that turned out to be a predictor of the post-COVID workplace world.

In the second segment, Dr. Bloom and Ms. Yanosy welcome Dr. Jennifer Freyd, a psychology researcher, educator, and author. Her research on betrayal trauma, institutional betrayal, and institutional courage™ have revolutionized the field of trauma psychology and the practice of institutional community-building.

In the third segment, Dr. Bloom and Ms. Yanosy engage with members of organizations actually using Creating Presence. Carol Austin, the Executive Director of First Up in Philadelphia, and Jennifer Lyristis, Manager of Professional and Program Development at WellSpan Philhaven, will share their experiences around power and partnership and will describe some ways in which using Creating Presence has enabled their organizations to confront the current epidemic problems of “quiet quitting” and burnout.

Guests

  • Dr. Jennifer Freyd, Psychology Researcher, Educator, Author
  • Carol Austin, Executive Director of First Up
  • Jennifer Lyristis, Manager of Professional and Program Development at WellSpan Philhaven

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