2021 Fall Mental Health Summit: Adaptation, Connection, and Well-Being
November 6 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
EHF Fall Mental Health Summit
Hosted by the EHF Congregational Engagement Team and mental health partners Lynda Frost and Anna Jackson
SAVE THE DATE!
2021 Fall Summit: Adaptation, Connection, and Well-Being
Date: Saturday, November 6, 2021
Time: 9:00AM – 3:00 PM CDT
Together and alone, we have been moving through a complex period of change, loss, tenderness, and possibility. For this In Common Summit, we will spend our time considering some of the ways we might begin to meaningfully adapt, offer space, and connect in our communities.
What we’ll aim to do:
– Connect with others and make meaning of what we have experienced over the last year and a half;
– Deepen our understanding of how our collective mental health has been impacted and what that means for our communities;
– Consider the implications of this time period, specifically the intersections across COVID-19, mental health, and social justice; and
– Create a sense of rejuvenation, optimism, and consider how we might move forward in our communities.
– Welcome, Reflection, and Reconnection
– Making Sense of Our Experiences, Together
– Key Concepts in this Period of Transition: Grief, Trauma, Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, and Renewal
– Connect with Nature
– Explore the Natural Cycles of our Ecosystems and in Our Own Lives
– Possibility, Hope, and Drawing on our Strengths
Please contact Eric Moen at email@example.com if you have questions or concerns.
The Episcopal Health Foundation Congregational Engagement Team works with the Episcopal congregations in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to deepen their outreach ministries engaging in building healthy communities.