Howdy ya’ll! MUS Wellness is hosting our next webinar on Tuesday, November 17th at noon. The webinar will be a practical look at mental health tips and resources with a focus on staying resilient through challenging times and circumstances.

2020 has been a year like no other, with challenges unlike any we’ve ever experienced. As we close the year and head into winter, there has never been a more import time to practice good mental health habits. Dr. Alison Brennan, MSU Extension Mental Health Specialist, will be our special expert guest for the webinar.

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Webinar Panelist Bio: Dr. Alison Brennan is an Assistant Professor in Health and Human Development at Montana State University and serves as the Extension Mental Health Specialist. She received her PhD in Developmental Science from North Dakota State University and completed a social sciences postdoctoral fellowship with the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development/Michigan State University. Dr. Brennan has been with Montana State University since August 2019. She is part of several collaborative wellness-oriented projects, including the Montana Healthcare Foundation grant project, “Working Together to Respond to Farmers and Ranchers Under Stress in Rural Montana.” In her spare time, Dr. Brennan enjoys gardening, raising rabbits, and completing home food preservation projects.

We hope to see you at the webinar! We know you’re busy, and if you can’t make it to the live webinar, be sure to register anyway, and you’ll automatically receive a link to the webinar recording.

As long as we’re on the subject of mental health, here are a couple of resources you can go ahead and check out or bookmark:

Stay Positive! Stay Well!

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