'Project Resilience: Mental Health During The Pandemic' On Wednesday's Access Utah

Feb 24, 2021

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The pandemic is coming up on the year mark. More than 500,000 have died in the U.S. and millions have been or are sick. The need for caregiving has increased.  Many of us are tired, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Stress and isolation and worry are taking a toll. Today we’re going to talk about mental health during the pandemic.

 

Our guests include: Derrik Tollefson, Professor of Social Work at USU; Daphne Jones, a doctoral intern with USU’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS); Felicia Gallegos, Outreach and Prevention Coordinator with the USU Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information office (SAAVI); and Eri Bentley, Associate Director of USU’s Counseling and Psychological Services. And we want to know you're doing.How are holding up? How are you coping? Email us to upraccess@gmail.com

This episode is a part of UPR’s Project Resilience made possible with support from the USU Center for Persons with Disabilities.