What a year we’ve had. The pandemic has challenged us emotionally in so many ways and its impact continues. Through it all, it’s important to take care of our mental health.
Many of us are feeling drained from constantly being on high alert and never getting a real break. Others are grieving the significant loss of a loved one, while others feel dread and tremendous disappointment about dreams deferred or plans cancelled yet again. Some of us are anxious or apprehensive about new changes ahead as our society starts to open up.
The range of emotions are wide and varied. In a year filled with uncertainty and disruption, we recognize the pandemic has exacerbated our ability to maintain mental health and balance.
Join us for a fully-accessible and thoughtful discussion with experts in mental health who will reflect on the year and their experiences helping their clients manage through this difficult time. They will share with us insights, support and resources that can help all of us take care of our mental health and that of those we care about during this time.
We look forward to your participation and providing you with top-notch and caring guidance.
Kate Salvatore, MD, Coordinator of Psychiatry Services, Princeton University's Health Center
Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD, Vice President of Research, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Jeff Wax, LCSW-R, Director of the Baker Family Emotional Health and Wellness Center, Center for Hearing and Communication
This program is made accessible with real-time captioning and American Sign Language interpreting.