Words Over Time: An Intergenerational Dialogue are age-spanning, perspective-shifting conversations between OLLI members and Berkeley undergraduates discussing topics of critical importance to all. Facilitated by Berkeley's Darren Zook, the dialogue offers an invaluable opportunity to initiate civil, reflective, and meaningful conversation across the chronological divide and across the social and political landscape. Topics have included climate change, the funding of higher education, and women's rights and the #MeToo Movement. Words Over Time is for current OLLI members only.
Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being
Friday, October 16, 10:30 AM-noon
OLLI members are invited to engage in an intergenerational dialogue about mental health and emotional well-being with UC Berkeley undergraduates. Mental health has always been an exceptionally important issue for people of all ages, one that is highlighted during the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Does the health care system in America deal adequately with issues of mental health and emotional well-being? When do we reach out for help, to whom can we turn for assistance? How do different societies and cultures deal with these issues? This conversation is intended to address these and other related questions in a way that is empowering for all.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register to join. Only current OLLI members may participate.