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Healing takes courage and creativity, healing the mind can be dealing with Depression, Anxiety and finding a balance with support of a Therapist. When not taken care of, it can create a snowball effect that can lead to bigger problems. For over 14 years Therapist Maggie Insdorf talks about mental health and the stigma surrounding it.

June 12, 2020

With so much happening around Covid-19 and our world and the way we take care of business now. What does it look like for Workers Comp World? How much has changed? How does this affect clients? Let’s talk about the landscaping of Workers’ Comp.

April 27, 2020

Some of us are staying home to save lives while others are risking everything to save them. In this episode we speak to the President of the Alameda County Firefighters Union IAFF Local 55, he explains how protocols have changed for the First-Responders and as a leader how to keep the team safe. He also speaks out to the community in regards to what we can do to help during these unprecedented times.

April 20, 2020

In this Work Comp Talk, we hear managing attorney at Pacific Workers’ Compensation, Bilal Kassem, speak on whether or not workers’ compensation is available to those who have been terminated from work.

April 14, 2020

After being injured at work, many workers can face some challenges like not being able to go back to their same job field prior to getting injured. In this episode we dive into some options to help after being injured that can land you a new career path and a job you will love. Joining us is Hazel Ortega from Ortega Counseling Center where they help injured workers find schools with vocational vouchers and other benefits.