Webinar - Making Sense of "Me" and My MS Diagnosis
MSAA invites you to join us for a webinar highlighting how MS affects different racial and ethnic communities. Explore the stages of grief following an MS diagnosis and learn what this diagnosis can mean for you and your identity as a Black person living with MS at our live, free webinar, “Making Sense of 'Me' and My MS Diagnosis,” on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern.
This digital educational program in our New Directions series will be presented by Licensed Psychologist Evelyn Hunter, PhD along with MS Community Members Cynthia and Tyler. Dr. Hunter is an Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology at Auburn University with a passion for connecting aspects of mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Having been diagnosed with MS in 2018, Cynthia became dedicated to learning as much as possible about multiple sclerosis in the African-American community and founded the A.A.R.M.S. (African-American Resources for Multiple Sclerosis). Diagnosed in his junior year of college, Tyler became the first individual to play division one college football with MS and now travels the country as a professional speaker.
Register for this free webinar at: https://platform.cinchcast.com/ses/hccVzpoJWrqfKERh4z4DPg~~
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This webinar series is made possible through the generous support of Genentech and Johnson & Johnson.