Team Building and Mental Health

Next Training

To be Determined

Explore the mental health and business benefits of attaining a cooperative and supportive workplace. This workshop will explore, from a mental health perspective, key components of successful teambuilding. These include assertive communication, willing collaboration, and collective commitment, elements that in the long term lead to enhanced efficiency and improved morale. Participants will be involved in learning and practicing team building skills to utilize in the workplace on a continual basis.


Registration is not currently available.

Individual Rate – $250/person
3-5 Group Registrants – $225/person
6-10 Group Registrants – $212.50/person
11+ Group Registrants – $200/person

Learning Objectives

  • To learn methods of building improved teams in the workplace.

Target Audience and Instructional Level

Managers in non-profit and for-profit organizations interested in building improved teams in their workplaces.


Coming soon!


Mental Health Association of San Francisco
870 Market Street, Suite 785
San Francisco, CA 94102

About the Trainer

Luba Botcheva

Luba has more than 15 years of applied research, evaluation and counseling experience in the areas of public/behavioral health and social services. She has worked in the field of mental health intervention and prevention, first as a mental health counselor for culturally diverse populations, and then as a researcher and evaluator of variety of behavioral and mental health programs in community-based organizations, schools, and clinics. Prior to joining MHASF Luba was a Senior Research Associate at Sociometrics Corporation, Los Altos where she led the design and implementation of large NIH funded research to practice initiatives for disseminating evidence based practices among behavioral health professionals.

She was a Program Director at the Children’s Health Council, Palo Alto, a research associate at the Stanford Center of Adolescence, and a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford where she conducted research on youth development in changing social context. Dr. Botcheva holds a Ph.D. degree in developmental psychology from Moscow State University and post-doctoral fellowship from Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

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