Road Map to Self-Care

This speaker series focuses on wellness topics around resiliency, burnout, mindfulness, fear and more! Healthcare providers, clinicians and staff have faced a long year of uncertainty and hardships not normally present in their everyday work. In order to mitigate stress this coming year, IPCA presents a series of 11 webinars that will provide the tools and resources needed to reset, recharge and refresh for 2021. Beginning the first week of February, please join us for these 30 minute, lunchtime webinars meant to uplift, motivate and provide a roadmap to self-care.

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Free for CHC employees
(must be logged into the Cube to access this option)  

$10 for non-members

Who should attend: All staff members are encouraged to attend. This webinar series will provide resources for staff at all levels of the organization. 


  • Kira Mauseth, PhD
  • Heidi Hanna, PhD
  • Letitia Huger-Hill, LCMHC-S 
  • Laura Holyoke, PhD
  • Andrew McIntyre of Upward Focus Solutions 
  • Dr. Abhilash Desai, MD

Click here for more information on the presenters. 


Training Dates & Content: All webinars will start at noon MT, they will be 30 minutes unless otherwise noted.

Date Webinar Description Presenter 
February  4

Coping with COVID-19: Behavioral Health Trends, Workforce Impacts, & Resources
(60 minutes)

We are all impacted by COVID-19 in our daily lives in some ways that we may not recognize. This presentation will address the specifics about where we are on a larger scale with our Behavioral Health responses in the context of this natural disaster and how our brains and bodies function accordingly at home and in the workplace. Kira Mauseth, PhD
February 18 Neuroscience of Building Healthy Habits Who has time to tackle stress these days? The good news is there are plenty of simple strategies you can use both proactively and reactively to tame stress in 60 seconds or less. Join Dr. Heidi Hanna to learn how to build in these quick stress tamer s into your daily routine, and the secret to building unbreakable stress mastery habits. Heidi Hanna, PhD
March 4 Self-Care is an Ethical Necessity This workshop is designed to discuss the role of healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of self care. We will explore what self care looks like for the healthcare professional as well as developing self awareness to know when self care is needed. Letitia Huger-Hill, LCMHC-S
March 18  Resilience and Well-being

Resilience is the idea of recovering after adversity and hardships, but how do we sustain our resilience through unrelenting life challenges? In this workshop we will address positive strategies of cultivating resilience and maintaining well-being through self-care. 

Laura Holyoke, PhD
April 1 Optimizing Energy for Performance and Resilience Everything you hope to achieve personally and professionally, presumes you have the energy to accomplish it. The more stressful your environment, the more rapidly it will dissipate your energy, leading to a loss of focus, passion, perspective and eventually hope. This program will provide you the 5 keys to building a solid foundation of energy and resilience, so you can help the most important people in your life during these uncertain times.  Heidi Hanna, PhD
April 15 Focus Fuel: Navigating the Tunnel of Burnout and Exhaustion Following the F.O.C.U.S. framework, we walk through each step to help you inch closer to the light at the end of the tunnel so you can get through the burnout and exhaustion and be well on your way to becoming the best version of yourself! This presentation is designed for people who are too overwhelmed with their workload, lack passion, they are wearing too many hats or they are just simply tired and don't know how to get back on track or become more productive. Andrew McIntyre
April 29 Time Maximization: Getting the Most of Your Time Priority Management It's important that we don't just spend our time...we need to invest it! Time is one of the few things that we don't ever get back. With that being the case, we need to maximize the time that we do have. Learning priority management will help you become more productive, more organized, more energized, increase your motivation and it will give you a sense of purpose. Andrew McIntyre
May 13 Mindfulness and Time Management This workshop is designed to discuss how to implement self care strategies into daily practice. In order to put self care into action, you have to find the time for it! We will explore creative ways to conceptualize the time in your day to become personally and professionally balanced Letitia Huger-Hill, LCMHC-S
May 27 What's Your Mindset?: Learning How to Shift our Perspective  We live in a world that is filled with constant stress, pressure and uncertainty. Challenges and obstacles have become overwhelming. There are many things in life that we can't control, but there are also many things in life that we can control. Our mindset towards these things in life can greatly dictate the outcome. It's the power of choice. Which mindset will you choose and how will you respond to each obstacle, challenge, trial and triumph that comes your way? Andrew McIntyre
June 10

Compassion, Optimism and Psychological PPE
(60 minutes)

This will be a one-hour workshop in which Dr. Desai will lead the attendees in several short meditations and discussions around compassion, optimism and psychological PPE. Learning will be knowledge-based (through sharing of information on neuroscience of resilience and experiential (participants engaging in short meditations and sharing their reflections and emotions). The goal of the workshop is to improve stress management and resilience of attendees in the context of current grief and trauma caused by the pandemic and other personal, local and global tragedies. Dr. Abhilash Desai, MD, FAPA
June 24 Overcoming Fear: How to Take Control of Fear Instead of it Controlling You Fear is defined as an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. We face fears at work, at home and in our everyday life. Fear can be paralyzing. It leaves us in a state of discomfort. It limits our opportunities. It puts a stop to our goals and dreams, or at the very least, it slows them down. Fear is a real thing in many of our lives, but it doesn't have to be. Andrew McIntyre

Payment & Cancellation Policy 

Registration fee payments must be received prior to the training.  Payment may be made via credit card or check and mailed to IPCA at 1087 W. River St., #160, Boise ID 83702.  Payment may be grouped for multiple participants. 

Cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations made 30 days prior to the event will be given a full refund; cancellations made 14 days prior to the event will receive 50% refund; cancellations made after that will not be refunded. You are encouraged to send a representative in your place if you cannot attend. If you need to modify or cancel your registration contact Dillon Stewart.