July 21: “Becoming an Informed Champion and Collaborator with Behavioral Health” at 2 p.m. ET, hosted by National AgrAbility.
This session will provide an overview of farmer mental health, given the current economic and environmental conditions, including the recent trends. Importantly, this session will teach attendees the signs and symptoms of chronic stress, anxiety, and depression to better prepare individuals to intervene. Identify individuals in the agricultural community who can help farmers’ in crisis. During this session, participants will learn about the importance of mindfulness practice as a stress-reduction technique. Robert Fetsch, Ph.D, LMFT and Chad Reznicek, MA, LPC – Colorado AgrAbility Project. For more information and to register, visit the National AgrAbility website.