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Accommodating Anxiety, Workplace Stress and PTSD Under the ADA

 

Learn how to properly respond to accommodation requests for anxiety, workplace stress, and PTSD under the ADA.

The failure of productive employees who experience trauma is costly. Make a solid decision and have the tools necessary when this arises. Why is it smart business to explore accommodation? What are the best practices in managing workers who have experienced mental health issues including anxiety, depression and PTSD? This topic will provide insight into how bad things can happen to good people, especially good workers. The impact is not solely on that person but can affect the workplace. Employers should be equipped for when these occasions arise and why seeking to find good outcomes is good business.
While it can be difficult to accurately describe a large group, as each individual is unique, this material will educate on best practices in accommodating workplace anxiety, stress and PTSD under the ADA. Additionally, this topic will explore and discuss various accommodations and environmental modification, ways to interact with the worker, and experiences from the vocational counselor's perspective to illustrate successful accommodation and resolution.

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Cloie Johnson

Cloie Johnson

OSC Vocational Systems, Inc.

  • Vocational rehabilitation counselor and case manager with OSC Vocational Systems, Inc. in Bothell, Washington
  • Has been practicing in the rehabilitation field since 1987 providing consultation, opinion and vocational expert testimony in workers' compensation, personal injury and employment discrimination cases
  • Has particular expertise in providing earning capacity assessments and preparing life care plans and medical bill reviews in injury cases involving the complicated constellation and interplay of physical, mental and emotional impairment
John Cary

John Cary

OSC Vocational Systems, Inc.

  • Vocational rehabilitation counselor with OSC Vocational Systems, Inc.
  • Practice areas include workers’ compensation (self-insured/state fund), forensics, expert testimony; speaking and workshop topics include professional burnout/empathy fatigue, PTSD in injured workers, cumulative stress and trauma in vocational rehabilitation providers, impact of non-cooperation/compliance on rehabilitation services
  • Certified rehabilitation counselor; certified disability management specialist
  • Master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling, Western Washington University; B.A. degree in political economy, The Evergreen State College
Nick Choppa

Nick Choppa

OSC Vocational Systems, Inc.

  • Vocational rehabilitation counselor/case manager/life care planner with OSC Vocational Systems, Inc. since 2009
  • Areas of expertise include vocational rehabilitation counseling, case management, records review, life care planning, past medical bill review, and hands on case management including developing rehabilitation plans, job development and placement, and psychometric testing
  • Manages an independent case load, performing assessment and coordination of medical treatment with various medical providers
  • Conducts labor market research and employment qualification assessments and possesses knowledge of the medical aspects of disability
  • M.A. degree, Western Washington University; B.A. degree, The Evergreen State College
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