Unmasking Addictions: Strategies for Intervention and Support

Addictions can manifest in the workplace as multifaceted obstacles that can significantly impact both individuals and the overall organizational dynamics. Addressing these challenges requires a nuanced understanding of the signs and symptoms of addiction, coupled with a supportive organizational culture that encourages open communication and offers resources for intervention and assistance.

Here’s What You Will Learn 

In this BHS Symposium Series webinar, viewers will learn:

  • The different types of addictions and their impact on individuals and organizations
  • Identifying signs and symptoms of addictions
  • How organizations have addressed addiction challenges
  • Strategies for intervention and support
  • Implementing proactive measures and awareness education
Featured Speakers

Heather Tidwell, LCSW, LCAS
Thrive Consultant - BHS

About the Speaker

Heather is currently the owner of a private practice where she oversees twelve contracted clinicians and her caseload. She provides counseling and coaching services and facilitates evidence-based trainings on implementing effective mindfulness and calm body regulation techniques in high-stress environments. Much of her work is based on the theoretical frameworks of solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma-informed care, and acceptance commitment therapy.

Natasha Moses, LPC, ICADC, ChT
Staff Counselor

About the Speaker
Natasha Moses is a dedicated licensed mental health therapist,  an internationally certified drug and alcohol counselor and a certified hypnotherapist with over 14 years of experience. She is trained and specializes in:
      • Addiction Recovery (including addiction during pregnancy and postpartum)
      • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
      • Infant Mental Health
      • Couples (Gottman Couples method)
      • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR Trauma)
She views her approach as collaborative and integrative, drawing from evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Attachment Therapy.  With a deep commitment to promoting healing and growth, Natasha provides a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals and families. She believes in the importance of addressing the interconnectedness of individuals within their family systems and strives to empower clients to create positive change in their lives.

Nick Koscielniak
Director of Strategic Communications - BHS

About the Speaker

For over 13 years, Nick has served clients and strategic partners in various roles, including business development, account management and marketing. As the Director of Strategic Communications at BHS, Nick oversees the strategy and production of effective messaging across various media targeted to various audiences.