UH2U: Mental Health & WellnessRegister Now
About the Event
Presented in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
Now, more than ever, our mental wellness needs to be a priority. Join Dr. Rheeda Walker, from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, for a conversation on our mental health during the current climate, and tips to protect your mind.
About Our Presenter:
Rheeda L. Walker, Ph.D.
Dr. Rheeda Walker is an associate professor of Clinical Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS). She is a licensed clinical psychologist whose program of research emphasizes two understudied areas—suicide science and African-American adult mental health. Communities throughout the United States are chronically underserved in part due to social and cultural barriers. This is perhaps especially true of mental health initiatives. All of Dr. Walker’s scholarly work has focused on suicide and its correlates toward the primary goal of developing culturally-relevant models of mental health and well-being.
WhenJul 15, 2020
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
WhereZoom - Instructions to join will be sent to all registrants.
Primary ContactKendra Hakanson