The Eight Part Covid Survival Kit
Ways to Make Your Life Predictable, Moderate, and Controllable (Covid PMC)
In the development and presentation of this 8 part educational series, based on the work of Dr. Bruce Perry of the Child Trauma Academy in Houston, Texas, the NAMI CC&I staff has been led and guided by Dr. James McGuire, a member of our Board of Directors and along time practicing Cape Cod psychiatrist. Dr. McGuire has been supportive in the development of much of the NAMI CC&I educational programming efforts including the presentations of the Think:Kids (CPS) series under the direction of Dr. Stuart Ablon of Mass General Hospital and Harvard University who often collaborates with Dr. Perry.
We appreciate Dr. McGuire’s professional guidance and advice and thank him for his time. We hope that you might respond to this series by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 508-778-4277 if you have questions or comments or have personal experiences to share. We would welcome hosting a Zoom discussion group on any one of the eight topics. Stay safe and think Resilience!
Jacqueline Lane, Executive Director
NAMI Cape Cod & the Islands
This 8 part series can be found and read under the COVID tab
The Siobhan Leigh Kinlin Memorial Golf Tournament & Dragonfly on Nantucket have been Cancelled due to COVID-19 Concerns.
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The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Cape Cod is a grass-roots non-profit organization serving the families and friends of people with mental illness, as well as the individuals who have a mental illness themselves on Cape Cod and The Islands. Programs and Services are provided through Support, Education and Advocacy. We are an affiliate of both NAMI Massachusetts and NAMI National in Washington D.C.
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