COVID-19 Pandemic, Social Support, and Mental Health: A Cleveland Study

Event Date:
March 30th 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Photograph of a boy sitting on a curb looking pensive and wearing a mask to protect himself from COVID
Kelly Sikkema
Schubert Faculty Associate Dr. Megan R. Holmes (Co-Director, Center on Trauma and Adversity) and Johnathan Collins (Founder, Intelligence Over Emotions Foundation) will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health, what social support looks like during the pandemic, and how social support may mitigate mental health symptoms.  They will also address the unique needs of children and parents during this difficult time.

 

A question and answer session will follow the virtual presentation.

Free and open to the community.

 

This event is part of the Community Health Research & Practice seminar series sponsored by the CWRU MPH program. 

 

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