Date(s) - October 4, 2020
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Along with increased time at home with family, the pandemic is causing a marked rise in stress, depression, suicide, domestic abuse, loneliness and other psychological problems. How can we personally and collectively alleviate the mental distress, and increase the positive impact of staying at home with work oriented pressure?
Presenter: Karen Hurley, Psychologist and Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine