Join us on May 24 to explore singing and song as a simple, free, and effective pathway to foster mental health for mothers with depression and their infants.
Presenter: Elizabeth B V Brisola, PhD
Elizabeth Brown V. Brisola, PhD is a psychologist, musician, and researcher in the areas of health promotion and mental illness prevention, enthusiastic in fostering creativity and singing in human day-to-day life. She will be sharing her research and publications on mothers’ lived experiences and their meanings. Having completed most of her education in Brazil, she advocates for the Latinx population and participates in Yale’s Latino Colectivo and IRCC-Brazil projects.