Climate and Mental Health: Acknowledging Grief and Inspiring Hope

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Date and Time:

Tuesday, April 19, 2022, 6:00pm

Climate and Mental Health: Acknowledging Grief and Inspiring Hope

Presenter: Courtney Welton-Mitchell, Ph.D.

During this 1-hour webinar, we will review research linking climate change and mental health. We will focus on skills for coping with and moving through personal grief and loss related to climate change. Emphasis will also be placed on supporting students in processing and transforming climate change-related grief and loss. As a component of this, we will learn how to inspire hope in yourself and your students through examples of – innovation, advocacy and community action. This webinar will include both lecture and interactive components.

Presenter Courtney Welton-Mitchell, Ph.D. is trained as a social psychologist and a mental health clinician and has worked as a practitioner and researcher in global disasters and complex humanitarian crises.

Price:

$0.00

Contact Email:

gina.fiorile@colorado.edu

Contact Name:

Gina Fiorile