Community Resilience Project: Families and Distance Learning
the program will also explore plans for schooling during a pandemic and massive fire. What does the fire and pandemic mean for students and educators this year?
We continue our monthly discussion series intended to help build resiliency within our community. Participants are invited to join us in a discussion with County School Superintendent Dr. Faris Sabbah, psychologist Dr. Suzanne Nicholas, and family therapist, Laura Fein, LMFT. The panel will explore resources and tools for building resilience during these challenging times.
Since planning this event we have also experienced the tragedy and challenge of the CZU Lightning Complex Fire. This program will also explore what the fire and pandemic mean for students and educators this year and how to plan for schooling during a pandemic and massive fire.
Discover ideas and tips for children and families and share your concerns and ideas. Learn more about the field of psychology and what it suggests for dealing with trying times. And join the community discussion around what our community can do to better support families and children.
Friday, August 28 • 1 - 2:30 pm • Via Zoom
Community Resilience is part of a series that the Library has been running to examine how the community can grow and also more comprehensively address the economic, mental health and public health challenges created and/or exacerbated by the pandemic. Find earlier programs in the series here. If you enjoy this topic, you may also appreciate our series Shelter in Faith.
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