EAPA Lone Star

Multigenerational Workplace: Bridging the Gaps

  • 16 Nov 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Stacy Furniture and Design (Community Room on Third Floor) 1900 S. MAIN ST. GRAPEVINE, TX 76051

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Professional Development Guest Speaker


Patrick Tiner, MSW


Director- EAP Services,

UT Southwestern Medical Center


Topic: “Multigenerational Workplace: Bridging the Gaps”

We now have in the workplace a work environment of four generations. Some large companies have five generations. Recognizing there are differences in work values and expectations of these generations, conflicts have developed. This training will identify these generations, their work values and styles, and address the differences in order to provide workable solutions and management methods to work cooperatively together.

About the Speaker

Patrick Tiner, MSW, clinical social worker, has been with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, where he is the Director of EAP Services since 1994. In addition, he is now working in Human Resources to help develop a campus wide wellness program for the over 14,000 employees.

Since 1981 he has been in the employee assistance and managed care field in which he has provided clinical services, training, critical incident stress debriefings and trauma response for various corporations including several Fortune 500 companies, law enforcement departments, city municipalities, universities, school districts and national banks.

Since 1985, Mr. Tiner has served as a mental health disaster volunteer for the American Red Cross, Dallas Chapter. Following the two Delta Airline crashes he helped the National ARC establish the guidelines and policies for the Mental Health Disaster Response Cadre. He has served since that time as Mental Health Disaster Team Coordinator and as a team leader of the disaster response teams in the Dallas ARC Chapter. In addition, he assists ARC in providing grief/PTSD counseling returning soldiers and to military families who have lost their loved one in service to our country.

Since 1988 he has been contracted with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Washington D.C., as the Area EAP Clinician providing EAP services which include national and international trauma response services.

Mr. Tiner is state licensed as a clinical social worker (LCSW). He is also state licensed as a chemical dependency counselor (LCDC) and as a marriage and family therapist (LMFT).

The Texas Chapter-Dallas Branch of NASW named him the “Social Worker of the Year” for 1994. In 1996 and 2001 the American Red Cross awarded him the “Exceptional Volunteer” service awards. In March 2006 the Texas Chapter/ Dallas Branch of NASW awarded him the “Lifetime Achievement in Social Work”.


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