This 1-hour Self-Care webinar with NAMI Chicago will highlight the current challenges to mental health posed by COVID-19. We will dive into concepts of wellness, individual self-care, and community care. In addition, participants will learn about self-care strategies to utilize for themselves and others.
Who is NAMI Chicago
The mission of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Chicago is guided by the experiences of those living with mental health conditions and equity to fight stigma and discrimination while fiercely advocating for our community. NAMI Chicago strives to share hope, connection, and expertise with individuals on their mental health journeys. We are a community-based nonprofit organization that provides education, support, and advocacy for individuals living with mental health conditions, their families, and the community.
Bryan Rosenberg, MA, NAMI Chicago Training Coordinator
Bryan joined the NAMI Chicago team in March 2021 as the Training and Education Senior Coordinator, overseeing curriculum development, quality assurance, and project management for healing-centered training initiatives on mental health and wellness. Bryan has many years of experience as an educator, curriculum development, and team leader and was most recently based in New York City. Bryan is currently completing a Ph.D. in Sociology of Education from New York University. In addition, he holds a Masters’ in Communication and Education from Teacher’s College of Columbia University and a Bachelors’ in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College.
Schedule (Central Time):
10:00 a.m.: Welcome + Speaker Introductions
10:05 a.m.: Speaker name and presentation theme
10:35 a.m.: Moderated discussion with APA board member Alyce Henson
10:45 p.m.: Your turn to ask! Q&A
$5: APA members
$10: General Public
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