How can we learn to uncover hidden opportunities in life’s darkest moments and then journey toward a better quality of life?
2014 Mental Health Symposium, April 26, 2014, 4:00 pm SLT/PDT
The Sojourner Auditorium in Second Life®
Virtual Ability is pleased to welcome Colleen Crary (Anya Ibor in Second Life®), founder and executive director of the nonprofit Fearless Nation, to the 2014 Mental Health Symposium, held at The Sojourner Auditorium in Second Life®.
Fearless Nation educates, supports, and advocates for the rights of people with psychological trauma and has worked closely with the military population and law enforcement across the United States. Ms. Crary is currently a doctoral candidate in psychology at Walden University. She has earned a Master’s in Forensic Psychology from the prestigious Chicago School, and holds a bachelor’s degree in graphic design.
In her presentation, entitled “Creating a Vibrant Life: Lessons from Adversity,” Ms. Crary will explore the reality that virtual life is an extension of real life, with challenges existing in both. She will discuss new research on trauma that shows how we can enhance our current existence by learning from those who have triumphed over adversity. Ms. Crary will show how one can uncover hidden opportunities in life’s darkest moments.
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