Supporting Your Mental Health: Feeling Valued at Work
Dr. Patrick McGrath
|Date:||18 September 2023|
In this brief video, Dr. Patrick B. McGrath, Chief Clinical Officer of NOCD, discusses the feelings of being undervalued and unsupported while working as a healthcare professional and highlights the importance of separating yourself from work and pursuing mental healthcare.
PATRICK B. MCGRATH, PHD
Anxiety and Obsessive and Compulsive Disorders
Patrick B. McGrath, PhD, is the Assistant Vice President of Residential Services for AMITA Health Behavioral Medicine Institute. He is the Executive Director of the Foglia Family Foundation Residential Treatment Center and the Clinical Director for the Center for Anxiety and OCD and the School Anxiety / School Refusal Programs at AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital. He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board and the Conference Planning Committee of the International OCD Foundation, as well as the President of OCD Midwest and Anxiety Centers of Illinois. He is also a Conference Reviewer for the Anxiety and Depression Association of America and a member of the Speakers Bureau and Conference Planning Committee for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. He is the author of a stress management workbook called “Don’t Try Harder, Try Different,” as well as “The OCD Answer Book,” and has been featured on radio and TV stations across the country, including National Public Radio and PBS. He was also featured on the Discovery Health Channel’s Documentary “Anxious,” and on three episodes of “Hoarding: Buried Alive,” for The Learning Channel. Dr. McGrath lectures internationally on the treatment of Anxiety Disorders.