Tuesday, May 26
Join Emily Mazzulla virtually May 26 as she presents on the impact that a collective traumatic event, such as COVID-19, may have on individuals, families and communities. Traumatic stress responses during and after the pandemic in addition to displays of resilience will be discussed. Additionally, we will consider strategies for processing these events as a family, as well as finding opportunities for growth out of adversity.
This is for parents of children of all ages.
This event will be recorded and offered to those who are not able to attend the live Zoom event on May 26. The number of participants to the live session is limited, so please only sign up if you are sure you can attend that evening.
Emily Mazzulla, Ph.D. is a Marquette University clinical assistant professor and director of Scaling, Wellness in Milwaukee (SWIM) collaboration and innovation. SWIM was created to foster community collaboration to mitigate the effects of generational trauma in Milwaukee. Dr. Mazzulla’s clinical, research and leadership experience is in the field of traumatic stress and resilience building.
Read the article she co-authored about “Managing Trauma in the Time of COVID-19.”