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Mental Fitness Challenge: Depression and Burnout

7:00 PM EDT
8:00 PM EDT
1 weeks
November 22, 2022

Webinars Starling Minds

The impacts of the pandemic and its variants have created a massive strain on members. According to recent polls, 70% of people are struggling with burnout, yet do not have the time and energy to care for themselves. Chief Science Officer and founder of Starling Minds, Dr. Andrew Miki is hosting a 6-week Mental Fitness Challenge to help Head Start staff members prevent and combat burnout and depression.

The Mental Fitness Challenge includes:

- Guided support and training around Starling Mental Fitness program
- Weekly live session with Dr. Andrew Miki that includes a Q&A period
- Weekly homework exercises to put learning into action

The webinar series topics include:

  • Session 1: What is Burnout 101?
  • Session 2: Managing stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Session 3: Finding emotional regulation skills that work for you
  • Session 4: Making effective plans and assertive goals to move forward
  • Session 5: Managing your thoughts when you're down
  • Session 6: How to manage burnout and your work


Dr. Andrew Miki

Dr. Andrew Miki

Dr. Andrew Miki is the founder and Chief Science Officer of Starling. Andrew founded Starling with the mission to improve access to effective mental healthcare. Andrew leads Starling’s research, strategy, and solutions to address mental health requirements and create validation frameworks to measure and report each digital program’s efficacy. With a background in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience, Andrew has expertise in neuropsychological assessments and the treatment of Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, and Traumatic Brain Injuries. He continues to practice as a registered psychologist and provides Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for individuals with depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma to help them feel stronger, more confident and resilient. Andrew holds a BSc in Psychology from Queen’s University, an MA in Behavioral Neuroscience from Wilfrid Laurier and an MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology from York University.