Please join us for a conversation on how to navigate difficult conversations with your children and family regarding race, racial tensions, and mental health. You will learn how to destress using some mindfulness techniques to assist you and your loved ones through these times of heavy protesting, racial tensions, and COVID-19 practices. This discussion will serve as a platform for all of us to begin having these conversations with others around us in a productive way and to open the door to future conversations. To register, go to: https://bit.ly/3ehSjjT.
Germaine Lawrence is a Family Therapist working with kinship foster families for Family and Children’s Aid. She is also a Professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy department at Southern Connecticut State University. She is passionate about using her decade of expertise to provide support for children, families, and the community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she has led and contributed to “Less Stress During the Covid Mess” and “The Black Church and Mental Health.” Germaine has facilitated and contributed to numerous panel discussions and presentations on stress management for adults and children as well as mental health, community health, and religion.