Personal well-being is a state of feeling satisfied, fulfilled, and having a sense of meaning or purpose.
Organization well-being is an organization’s ability to promote and maintain the physical, psychological, and social health for all employees.
Provider Well-being was adapted in collaboration with Central East Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC), the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, and the Georgetown University Medstar Hospital/Georgetown University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. The result is a culmination of measures, information, and resources proven effective at assessing and improving both personal and professional well-being for behavioral healthcare providers in various settings.
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Individual behavioral health providers: Engage in a 10-session course to improve your personal well-being! The course is full of mini-measures and skills to improve your physical, organizational, intellectual, spiritual, and emotional well-being.
Behavioral health provider organizations: Assess and improve organizational well-being! Organization team members may assess their organization’s performance in promoting and maintaining the physical, psychological, and social health for all employees using the Organizational Well-Being Inventory (OWBI). Free, customized reports offer organizations an analysis of their strengths and areas for improvement.