Managing Mental Health in the New Normal, Working and Living

Dates: April 23, 2021

Meets: Friday from 12 Noon to 1:00 PM

Location: Online Webex System

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As vaccinations increase and the sun starts to shine, the world is starting to look a little more welcoming. Despite these upsides, we still find ourselves living with pandemic-related stress and uncertainty. Whether you're burned out from Zoom meetings, exhausted from interacting with customers from behind masks, out of work or retired, working and living during the pandemic has presented new challenges for most of us. This panel of mental health professionals will address some of the common difficulties that are affecting many of us during the pandemic and will present tips and techniques for managing stress and mental health challenges.

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Katelyn Anderson

Katelyn Andersen is a professor and extension agent with Montana State University Extension, serving in Ravalli County as a field faculty for the Ravalli County MSU Extension Office. She has a passion for serving individuals in her community and recent programming efforts has included community education and synergy surrounding mental health, physical health and well-being.


Perrin Lundgren

Perrin Lundgren is a community educator with the Bozeman Help Center and has been with the center since 2010. They started as a volunteer and was later hired as a staff member answering the crisis lines. In 2014, they completed their master's degree in marriage and family counseling and began working for the Sexual Assault Counseling Center as an advocate counselor. In the past few years, Perrin has worked as the community educator and became the program manager of the Sexual Assault Counseling Center.


Tara Mastel

Tara Mastel has been a community development program leader for MSU Extension since. She develops and leads leadership development programming for Extension field faculty and their communities. Tara has a master's in urban and regional planning and lives with her family in Red Lodge.


Laura Thum

Laura Thum is a licensed psychologist and the assistant director of outreach and prevention for Counseling and Psychological Services at Montana State University. She coordinates mental health outreach and prevention efforts for students, faculty and staff at MSU. She has a background working with adolescents in residential treatment, with adults as a mental health and addictions counselor and, most recently, working with undergraduate and graduate students as well as training staff and faculty in mental health related areas.

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