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Mental Health during COVID19 - Oshkosh Chapter

Thursday, January 14, 2021, 11:45 AM until 1:00 PM
Virtual video conference via Zoom.

Additional Info:
Susan Bach
Monthly Program
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
Please join us for this virtual presentation by Lindsay Loewe, a mental health psychotherapist, as she provides tips for working women to take care of their health during COVID19. Virtual networking with introductions by attendees will begin at 11:45 am, and the program will start at noon.

Lindsay Loewe

About the speaker:

Lindsay Loewe, MSAT, LPC, NCC, Growing Oak, LLC

Lindsay is a licensed mental health and substance abuse psychotherapist with a master’s degree in art therapy.  She is able to use alternative methods in fostering overall well-being and is diligent in understanding research and brain-based practices to promote sustainability.  She believes strongly in a systems-approach which looks at both external (family, friends, teachers, caregivers, community) and internal supports to help achieve well-being.  She serves on the Fox Valley Technical College AODA panel, the Ripon Area School District Odyssey Academy of Virtual Learning governance board, and the Oshkosh 4 Education board.