Curious about how films can play a role in de-stigmatizing mental health and sexual violence? Looking for an easy way to build community through art?
Join us on Wednesday, November 11, from 4:00-5:30 PM for a virtual workshop with Art With Impact on Movies 4 Mental Health: Creating Supportive Communities for Survivors of Sexual Violence. This event will focus on exploring the mental health impacts that sexual violence can have on individuals and communities through a series of short films as a tool to build empathy and support survivors. The event also connects students with campus and community mental health and sexual violence-oriented resources available to them, empowering them to seek support as individuals and communities to heal from sexual violence.
Pre-registration is required for all attendees at: bit.ly/m4mh-online-amherst. There is an option to join anonymously. Questions or concerns can be directed to Lauren Kelly, Sexual Respect Educator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is hosted by the Department of Health Education and the Counseling Center, and co-sponsored with the Community Mental Health Fund and the Arts at Amherst Initiative.