Reimagining Social Work In Health

Community Mental Health and Youth: Cultivating Resilience and Regulation in the Midst of Ongoing Uncertainty

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Community Mental Health and Youth: Cultivating Resilience and Regulation in the Midst of Ongoing Uncertainty

Presenter:
Courtney Tucker, PhD, MSW 
Associate Director
Business and Partnership Development
Brookline Center for Community Mental Health
NASW Foundation Verne Lyons/Social Work HEALS Scholar

For youth and the adults that support them, the past 18 plus months have been filled with constant change and ongoing uncertainty. These changes have come as a result of disconnect from a loss of people, places, activities, identities, rituals and/or routines that have grounded and stabilized one's day-to-day, pre-pandemic life. As 2021 comes to a close, it is clear that we will continue to confront the unknown and deal with uncertainty, which will challenge everyone’s sense of stability, predictability and concomitant feelings of efficacy and capacity to grow. This session will explore how and why helping youth and adults establish a rhythm is important and can provide an anchor for connection, self-care, empowerment, and agency going forward. 

Community Mental Health and Youth: Cultivating Resilience and Regulation in the Midst of Ongoing Uncertainty
11/10/2021 at 12:45 PM (EST)   |  90 minutes
11/10/2021 at 12:45 PM (EST)   |  90 minutes
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