Bridging Divides: Navigating Difficult Conversations Post-Election with CAMHS
When: Tuesday, November 10 at 6pm
Where: Zoom Platform - Links will be emailed separately
Whether with loved ones, friends, or coworkers, we typically spend our lives avoiding difficult conversations, but sometimes, they’re inevitable. As has more often been the case in 2020, (and during election season in particular), many of us are finding ourselves in the middle of difficult conversations, before we’ve prepared to have them.
During this session with Counseling and Mental Health Services, counselor Kevin Wehmhoefer will provide us with strategies and tools we can use to navigate these difficult conversations, while protecting our own emotional wellbeing.
Though there are many different types of difficult conversations, this session in particular will focus on
coming together post-election. Explore strategies like ‘I statements,’ active listening, mindfulness and more.
There may be no one “right way” to have a tough conversation, but these approaches can help you get a dialogue started.
Last date to register: Monday, November 9
First & Last Name
Student (Masters and/or Pre Professional)
Please share your school and/or group affiliation. (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY).
TH Chan School of Public Health
Harvard Student, Spouses, and Partners Association (HSSPA)
Harvard Grad Council (HGC)
Do you have any needs we should be aware of (hearing challenges, mobility, other accommodations, etc.)?
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