COVID-19 has impacted everyone, especially the health care worker. How do we process all of the challenges and loss brought forth during the pandemic? Join us for an interactive improvisational style performance to discuss mental health, the grieving process, and how to move forward in a healthy manner.
The MHANJ’s NJ Mental Health Players (NJMHP) is a highly successful, interactive community education program. It is the longest-running program of its type in the state made up of volunteers who are trained to depict realistic scenarios. Performances provide audiences with a dynamic way to receive mental health education, decrease stigma and break the silence. Each performance provides viewers with an opportunity to interact with the players to ask questions and engage in solutions.
Join us for a performance every second Thursday of the month. This program is open to all health care workers (regardless of where you work) and their loved ones.
This event will be taking place virtually using Zoom. A call-in option is available for those without video access. Meeting details will be provided via email 2-3 days before the program date.