This past year, we have experienced isolation and grief, faced a national reckoning on racial and social justice, and been confronted with challenges to our mental health and well-being. For many of us, the return to some semblance of normal may exacerbate existing challenges and bring new anxieties. As the world reopens, how can we take care of ourselves and help those around us navigate existing challenges and uncertainties ahead?
Join the WashU Engage Chicago Network and WashU Alumni Association for a virtual conversation on mental health learnings from the pandemic with Shannon P. Bartlett, Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at The National Geographic Society; Jessica Gold, assistant professor and the director of Wellness, Engagement, and Outreach in the Department of Psychiatry at WashU School of Medicine; and members of the WashU Engage Chicago Committee.
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