On June 22, the Center for Social and Behavioral Science hosted an Ask the Experts: Mental and behavioral health during COVID-19 webinar in partnership with the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute. In this webinar, our faculty experts discussed managing mental health and close relationships during COVID-19. The experts also focused on managing work-life-balance, coping with grief, and navigating the concurrent trauma resulting from systematic racism during these challenging times.
Our conversation was positively received by those who attended. As one viewer mentioned:
“I went out and bought a journal as soon as I was done with work. The discussion left me feeling empowered and encouraged me to be kinder towards myself. Hard topics were addressed and handled in a manner where I felt hope for humankind.”
To access the video recording, please click on the video image below. You can find a list of all the questions that we covered in the conversation along with the corresponding point of discussion in the video.
Click the play icon to view video recording.
Ask the Experts: Mental and behavioral health during COVID-19 is part of an ongoing series, Understanding Contemporary Challenges, where we dissect modern societal challenges in the time of COVID-19. Details on future webinar sessions will be shared shortly.