Announcing the winners of the GHP Mental Health Awards
Mental health has been one of the most neglected parts of global healthcare in recent years. The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted a behavioral shift, with mental health and wellbeing taking center stage.
Since 2019, many obstacles have been imposed on the mental well-being and health of millions of people throughout the world, and while the world navigates through new territory, the roles of organizations and individuals in the mental health sector remain vital.
About the Mental Health Rewards
As a result, Global Health & Pharma (GHP) is honored to present the Mental Health Awards once again. These awards were created to honor professionals who use their ingenuity, determination, and extraordinary levels of care to place mental health and welfare at the forefront of their practice. Barbara Rubel, a keynote speaker on vicarious trauma, has been selected an Essential Worker Mental Health Thought-Leader for 2022.
GHP aspires to honor only the best and most remarkable, and all Mental Health Awards contestants were judged completely on their own merits, as in previous years. GHP’s merit-based technique allowed for a more efficient manner of determining who deserved an award, and it has given GHP success and accolades throughout its use. The GHP research team gathered information from publicly available sources.
GHP Award Process
Getting nominated, going through the research and judging steps, and finally being acknowledged for an award is a long process. The list of winners for the Mental Health Awards 2022 is now available on the global Health & Pharma website. The goal of Global Health & Pharma Magazine is to keep readers and web users informed about the latest developments and advances in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
The coordinator of the awards program, Harwinder Pawar, said this about the program’s success: “Hosting the Mental Health Awards program has been a highly valuable experience. I would like to congratulate the winners of the 2022 Mental Health awards and wish them all good luck for all of their future endeavors!” The Awards program continues to honor prominent innovators and technology developers from throughout the world.
Barbara is a leading authority and best-selling author on managing burnout, secondary traumatic stress, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma. As a nationally recognized keynote speaker, she motivates audiences to build their resilience and create work-life balance. Her programs help leaders and teams manage workplace chronic stressors and get over burnout at work.
Barbara's newest book, "But I Didn't Say Goodbye: Helping Families After a Suicide", is available now on Amazon - https://amzn.to/2FwS6JI
• Three weeks prior to giving birth to triplets, her father died by suicide. Her story was featured in the Emmy award winning documentary, Fatal Mistakes, Families Shattered by Suicide narrated by Mariette Hartley. Many employees are grieving personal loss. She offers programs for leaders on lost productivity and performance while managing grief at work.
• As a sought-after keynote speaker who has presented to over 500 groups since 1991, including corporations, state and national associations and non-profit organizations, Barbara offers work-life balance strategies for leaders to implement right away. With clarity and humor, her speaking engagements are designed to give audiences powerful and practical strategies of work-life balance, wellbeing, and self-care that can be implemented immediately.
• Barbara is a Board-Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress and Diplomate with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. She received a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Arts degree in community health, with a concentration in thanatology, both from Brooklyn College.