Here were a few important takeaways from the Professional Development Virtual Event on Mentorship with Dr Laine Young-Walker, MU Health Care; Emily Thoroughman, Veterans United Home Loans; Kristyn Lyon, Burrell Behavioral Health Center; and our current Women’s Network Mentoring Committee Co-Chairs, Wendy Moore and Misty Phillips:
- Swallow the frog!
- Self-care is critical to mental health, and having a good mentor – someone you can turn to when you need help – can be a part of self-care.
- Anyone can be in need of a mentor, even if you are a seasoned professional. There is always something to learn from someone else!
Videos from the Event
Presenting Sponsor MU Health Care, Dr. Laine Young-Walker:
Emily Thoroughman, Veterans United Home Loans:
Testimonials from our 2019-2020 Women’s Network Mentoring Committee:
The WN Mentoring Committee is now accepting Mentor and Mentee applications for the 2020-2021 program year! If you have an interest in being a Mentor or Mentee, click the button below and fill out an application today!