The Check-In: Election Hangover
Here we are—we’ve made it to November, and we’ve made it through Election Day … sort of. We’re heading toward the wind-down of this remarkable year. And we’re waiting in limbo for election results, trying to stay safe and healthy amid rising Coronavirus numbers, and reflecting on the state of our democracy, our justice, and our health. It’s just a lot.
The Check-In is about connecting, and sharing solutions. So today, let’s decompress. We’re coming together to talk about how we’re doing. How can we stay mentally healthy amid the uncertainty, the stress and the loss that has defined the time we’re in?
Our guests today:
Laura Schopp, clinical psychologist and chair of MU's Wellness Program.
Tashel Bordere, an MU professor who researches trauma, loss, grief, and adolescent mental health.
If you need someone to talk to, call the Missouri crisis line: (888)-761-4357
Or text "HAND" to 839863
If you're feeling unsafe, contact True North of Columbia at (573)-875-1370