Recognizing that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased anxiety, stress and uncertainty, the Orange County Clerk of Courts' Office will be hosting an informational webinar about mental health on Thursday afternoon.
The webinar titled "My Health Matters: Mental Health Awareness During COVID-19" is meant to raise awareness and help to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, and members of the public are invited to join and ask questions. Clerk Tiffany Moore Russell will host the event from 4:30 to 6 p.m.Mental health experts will be on hand to present available resources and answer questions during a Q&A. The Clerk's office's Mental Health Division manager, Lisa Donnelly, will present and answer questions alongside a wellness presenter from Peer Support Spaces, Telecounseling information from ASPIRE Health Partners, and insight from Dr. David Cavalleri, a mental health counselor who will provide information on how to deal with trauma surrounding COVID-19.
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