Family Support Webinars
The HOPE Strategy for Resilience
Wednesday, May 26, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
With the pandemic, many have experienced an increase in both acute and chronic anxiety and mood symptoms. This presentation will focus on the HOPE strategy to improve resilience in coping with anxiety. It will also identify ways for caregivers to help others as well as themselves.
Eliza W. Menninger, M.D., Medical Director, Partial Hospital Program, McLean Hospital, Belmont, Massachusetts
Dr. Menninger graduated from Middlebury College and then attended Harvard Medical School. She completed her residency in adult psychiatry at McLean Hospital and a fellowship in college mental health at MIT. She has been at McLean Hospital for more than 30 years (a lifer!) and is the Medical Director of the partial hospital day program (currently virtual), treating patients from 18 to 80 with a variety of diagnoses. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Menninger teaches medical students and psychiatry residents in the art of interviewing, supervises psychology trainees, and educates social work interns in basic psychopharmacology. She also serves on the admission committee of Harvard Medical School. More recently, Dr. Menninger has been speaking on the MASK strategy to address the anxiety related to the pandemic and the HOPE strategy for resilience.
Register here. All registrants will receive an email confirmation regarding the status of their participation and instructions on how to access the meeting room to participate in the event.