Mental Health: Sue Klebold and the Family Aftermath – March 26, 2017

 

Sue Klebold - CopyMental Health: Sue Klebold and the Family Aftermath
Sue Klebold is the author of A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy, and is a staunch advocate for mental health awareness, research, and suicide prevention. Sue is the mother of Dylan Klebold, one of the shooters in the attack on Columbine High School in 1999. With her story, Sue wrestles with questions surrounding a mother trying to comprehend the incomprehensible, and aims to make others aware of signs of distressed mental health, hoping that her advocacy will one day prevent similar tragedy. Dr. Richard Bonnie will join Sue on stage for discussions and questions.

Date: Sunday, March 26th
Time: 1pm
Location: UVa’s Culbreth Theatre, 109 Culbreth Road, Charlottesville, 22903

** Tickets to Sue Klebold’s discussion are free, but MUST be reserved at vabook.org.

Sponsored by The Wesley Foundation at UVa as part of the Virginia Festival of the Book and The Wesley Foundation at UVa McDonald Lecture Series. Co-hosted by Partner for Mental Health; UVA Health Systems; UVA Institute of Law; Psychiatry and Public Policy; and Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

 

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