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Dr. Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis is available for a variety of events, speaking engagements, and training opportunities. Please reach out to her directly if you are interested in discussing her speaking topics and availability.
✨I spoke about the importance of core values in our lives and how to discover them with Tara LaFon Gooch, MBA, CEO, speaker, author, & executive trainer.
𝐀𝐬𝐤 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐞𝐥𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐟𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐪𝐮𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐚𝐧𝐬𝐰𝐞𝐫 𝐡𝐨𝐧𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐥𝐲:
‣ What are your top 3-5 core values?
‣ Is what you are doing aligning with what you value in life?
‣ Is what you are doing sustainable?
‣ How do you feel?
✨I spoke about women's mental health and the impact of healthcare policy on the Behavioral Health Integration podcast with Jacob Minnig, LADC.
Listen to our podcast using the link below.
✨We spoke about gender norms, feminism, and toxic masculinity, as well and the impact of these cultural realities on mental health on the Behavioral Health Integration podcast with Jacob Minnig, LADC. Matthew Syzdek and I responded to a video on these topics, shared our clinical opinions, and discussed research.
Listen to our 36 minute podcast from February 4, 2023 using the link below.
✨It was a joy to speak with Veronica Salib about women's healthcare. Thank you to Xtelligent Healthcare Media for amplifying women's mental health, barriers to care access, and the impact of policy on women and healthcare professionals.
We discussed the major advances in access due to PSYPACT, the UCFS Turnaway Study, and takeaways from the most recent American Psychological Association conference related to women's health.
💡Major takeaway: "Mental and behavioral well-being are linked to physical health. Healthcare professionals need to take these two ideas of health and better understand how our biology, psychology, and social and cultural realities are intertwined."
I am thrilled and honored to be a keynote speaker with Ty J. Tonander at the 2022 MBA Research & Curriculum Center conference! Looking forward to meeting the incredible attendees and talking about workplace well-being and leadership.
MBA Research & Curriculum Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the research, development, and dissemination of materials for teachers of business management, marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, and hospitality management.
"Announcing Conclave Keynote Speakers A dynamic duo: We are thrilled to announce our TWO opening keynote speakers for the MBA Conclave Curriculum & Teaching Conference: Ty J. Tonander, Partner/VP of Brand Design at Ultra Creative Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis, PhD, LP, PhD, founder of AJR & Co. Consulting & Bold Wellness.
Both based in Minneapolis, Ty and Ashley are teaming up to help us better understand the post-pandemic workplace, its impact on our health and well-being, and innovative ways that smart leaders are responding. We are especially excited to learn how these changes translate to both the business world and the classroom."
The American Psychological Association works to advance psychology to benefit society and improve lives.
On Thursday, August 4th, we gathered to discuss how to keep psychology relevant during this pandemic-forced health-tech boom. I was honored to join Kavita Desai Dakoji and Abby Hughes-Scalise to talk about "Taking the Pediatric Psychologist Out of The Hospital: Challenges and Opportunities to Stay Relevant."
NAP is coming to Minnesota, the site where it was officially incorporated in 1995, and I am looking forward to joining this year as a speaker. We will be discussing "Professional Cognitive Fatigue and Resiliency" as a group following a challenging 2 years of having to be flexible in service provision through COVID.
The National Association of Psychometrists (NAP) is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to achieving excellence in psychometry.
I was thrilled to contribute to this Forbes article in March, 2022. Read the full article using the link below.
Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis, PhD is a clinical psychologist, leading a team of over 50 clinicians during the pandemic. As she described, “Our mental health clinicians spent their entire working days one-on-one virtually with clients, yet they still felt lonely. In our profession, we love our clinical work, but we also need human interaction where we don’t have to be 100% cognitively “on.” We went back to basics whenever possible, creating monthly social hours at outdoor locations. We had optional water cooler meetings to talk about life, not projects. We had walking phone call meetings rather than forced-video zoom meetings. All these activities decreased formality and increased flexibility.”
Reach out if you want to chat more about how you can apply the discussed PERMA principles within your team.
Join us as we discuss advancing health equity in interdisciplinary care of Sickle Cell Disease. The University of Minnesota is featuring speakers covering a variety of public health equity topics. Check out my talk and see the other incredible speakers in the Beyond the Clasroom series.
Sponsored by: School of Public Health Student Summit, The DEI Office, and The Career Center.
I was thrilled to be to partner with the women of the Philanthropic Educational Organization. In our small group, in-person format, we practiced tangible steps to move us closer to self-compassion and resiliency.