Virtual Lecture | Health & Wellness “A Healthy Perspective on Grief and Resilience” Presented by MD Anderson Cancer Center
Grief is an inescapable reality of life. In partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Museum presents an online conversation about healthy perspectives on grief and resilience. Admission is free.
Via Zoom & Facebook Live / July 10, 2021
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Loss affects everyone differently—it surprises; it transforms; it can isolate people or bring them together. This presentation looks at how medical professionals cope with their own emotional reactions to loss, untangling the complexities of grief and offering a hopeful view toward resilience. Also featured are works of art that capture the paradoxical emotions of grief, including Yayoi Kusama’s Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity, a Dutch Armorial and Allegorical Mirror Frame, and Transparent Migrations by Amalia Mesa-Bains (pictured in the slideshow).
About the Speaker
Mark Berg, director of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for MD Anderson Cancer Center, is an expert on helping people healthily process grief. His experience includes assisting organizations and their employees after critical incidents and disasters.
Wellness Programs at the MFAH are presented by MD Anderson Cancer Center and include MFAH on the Move, Yoga at Rienzi, and a multi-part Health & Wellness lecture series.
Wellness Programs at the MFAH are presented by MD Anderson Cancer Center.