On Thursday, May 7, at 6 p.m., the Camden Public Library welcomes Greg Marley, clinical director at Maine’s chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), for an online discussion addressing the challenges of living, parenting, and working in social isolation.
“We are a community under threat by an invisible virus and facing radical change in our daily lives,” said Marley, in a Library news release. “It affects our ability to make a living and how we access the fun distractions of sports, social events, and even hugging a friend.”
Marley will focus on the options and resources for surviving and thriving as we move toward reopening our communities.
Greg Marley has practiced in the field of community mental health in Maine for over 25 years as a clinician, manager, and consultant. He has developed programs, presented, and trained audiences across Maine and New England in suicide prevention and intervention, substance abuse prevention, mental health, and related topics. He lives with his family in Rockland.
For a Zoom link to attend, email your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on this online program and others offered by the Camden Public Library, visit librarycamden.org