We are pleased to introduce our new Celebrating Resilience Speaker Series where inspiring and influential community figures share their insights on important topics. In our inaugural event, we invite you to join Resilience Board member Dr. Crystal Clark for a discussion on mental health, wellness, and learning to be resilient in our current environment in the first of our brand new virtual Resilience Speaker Series events.
Thursday, December 3
Noon – 1:00 pm
People everywhere are being impacted by numerous strains on our mental health: navigating the “new normal” of the pandemic, balancing home life while working from home and/or homeschooling our children, and figuring out how to practice self care with so many demands on our time and energy. In today’s climate, survivors of a trauma are impacted more than ever before.
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Dr. Crystal T. Clark is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Sciences and she has a secondary appointment in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She is board-certified in adult psychiatry. Dr. Clark’s expertise includes the treatment of mental health in women broadly across the life span and, specifically, as it relates to the diagnosis and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders affected by hormonal changes during periods such as pregnancy, postpartum, and menopause. Dr. Clark has served as an expert on mental health topics such as suicide, medication, substance use, and new drug therapies for several media outlets including National Public Radio (NPR), New York Times, ABC 7, and Chicago Tonight.
For Dr. Clark’s full bio, click here.