Mental Well-Being: Brewing Up the Conversation | Master Brewers Webinar
Broadcast Date: March 16, 2021Register
Wow, has it been a year or what?!?! How are you feeling? The pandemic has done a number on our emotional wellbeing and workplace safety. But thanks to the pandemic, it has highlighted what has always been there, a need to pay attention to and start discussing the importance of mental and emotional well-being. Mental and emotional well-being not only improves our physical safety in the brewery but also allows us to see and hold space for those around us, resulting in a much more emotionally safe place as well. Because let's be honest, we spend A LOT of time at work.
With this webinar, we want to start the discussion, which is always ongoing, but especially being 1 year after the COVID lockdown. This is the first of a multi-part series, so the results of this conversation will really allow us to provide more informative webinars and resources in the future!
Topics We are Covering:
• What is Emotional/Mental Well-Being?
• How does it impact us in the brewery workspace?
• How does having emotional language and the use of identifying our emotions help?
About the Presenter
Jacqueline Warner Garman, LCSW, PA / Hidden Springs Ale Works
|Jacqui Garman is a licensed clinical social worker and owner of a private practice in Tampa, Florida. She is also co-founder and managing partner of Hidden Springs Ale Works. While in grad school, her husband picked up homebrewing. From kitchen stove to garage to a 15bbls brewhouse, nothing ever stays a hobby and Hidden Springs Ale Works was born in 2015. Within the craft beer industry, Jacqui recognized the lack of mental health support. Using her unique role as both a clinician and a member of the craft beer industry, she speaks about the challenges of dealing with mental health in a world where elixirs are readily available and addresses healthy ways to support members of craft beer.|