Entries by Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio

A Better Approach To Conflict – Mass Appeal

CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal)  How can we better manage conflict in our lives?  Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio, Author, Family Therapist, Health and Wellness Executive told us how to better approach conflict. Conflict Tips & Tricks: Thinking and feeling differently does not mean one person is right and the other wrong. It is important to enter discussions of […]

Shift Workplace Culture, Help Break The Silence

The silence that surrounds mental health issues is often the result of shame and fear. This is particularly true in the workplace, where many worry they will suffer professional consequences if their co-workers and supervisors learn of their behavioral health challenges. Sometimes, however, people keep silent about behavioral health issues simply because there is no […]

MMM: Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio

Kenneth Dolan-Del Vecchio, MSW is an author, health and wellness executive, family therapist, organizational consultant, and human resources leader. As Vice President, Health and Wellness, at Prudential Financial, Ken holds responsibility for behavioral health services provided to 20,000 domestic employees, cross-functional workplace violence prevention, and collaborative development/delivery of leadership skills and health-promotion initiatives.

Habits of Healthy People – Mass Appeal

Seth Stutman – CHICOPEE, Mass (Mass Appeal) What are the habits of happy people and can we learn them?   Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio is an author and Family Therapist and he gave us tips get us happier and healthier. Habits of happy people Money can’t buy joy: After reaching an income level that brings adequate food, clean […]

What Should Employers Do To Increase Access To Mental Health Care?

Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio, LMFT, LCSW, DVS, CEAP, SPHR Vice President, Health and Wellness, Prudential Financial, Inc. I read Carolyn Beauchamp’s recent post CFYM with interest, but not surprise. Ms. Beacuchamp discusses the inadequacies of insurers’ behavioral health networks and highlights the challenges that insured patients encounter when seeking mental health care. Often network information is outdated or […]