Midwestern University Offers Free Therapy Institute Lecture Series on Coping with COVID-19

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July 24, 2020 | Glendale, AZ

The Community Health Lecture Series, a free series of community presentations by Midwestern University and the Glendale Foothills Branch Library, is offering a special multi-part virtual seminar in conjunction with faculty experts from the new Midwestern University Therapy Institute entitled “Coping with COVID-19.”

The next presentation in the series is entitled “Resilience and COVID-19: Protecting Your Mental and Emotional Health,” presented by Penny Stuart Zaddack, Psy.D., Clinical Assistant Professor in the Midwestern University Clinical Psychology Program. The presentation is free to the public and will be held online on August 18th from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Interested parties may register for free at http://www.midwestern.edu/CHLS-COVID19-mentalhealth.

The special lecture series is presented by faculty specialists from Midwestern University’s newest community clinic, the 74,000 square foot Therapy Institute. Opened in December 2019, the Therapy Institute provides comprehensive specialty therapeutic care in Clinical Psychology, Low Vision Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, Sports Vision Performance Training, and Vision Therapy.

The Community Health Lecture Series offers free monthly public lectures on health and medicine by Midwestern University faculty on the third Tuesday of each month. For more information, visit http://www.midwestern.edu/azhealthlectures.