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Join Dr. Sylvia Muzquiz-Drummond, MD, as she gives an overview of the effects of the pandemic on people’s psychological well-being.

As the full weight of the COVID-19 pandemic was settling on the country’s shoulders, more than one in four Americans (children and adults) met the criteria that mental health providers use to diagnose serious mental distress and illness. That represents a roughly 700% increase from pre-pandemic data collected in 2018. These extraordinarily large rates of mental distress pushed our nation into a Mental Health Crisis.

This seminar will give an overview of the effects of the pandemic on people’s psychological well-being.

Come join us for this free webinar from the Hope and Healing Center & Institute. Register today for login information.

About the Speaker

Sylvia Muzquiz-Drummond, MD, VP, MH Medical Services, The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD

Sylvia Muzquiz-Drummond, MD, VP, MH Medical Services, The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD

Dr. Sylvia Muzquiz-Drummond completed her residency in psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and Baylor College of Medicine. In the drive to understand the full scope of psychiatry she completed a fellowship in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She is board certified in both General and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

She has served as Medical Director for Mental Health and Criminal Justice Services of The HARRIS Center for the past 20 years. Her current administrative responsibilities include ensuring that comprehensive and quality services within the agency, The HARRIS Center which provides psychiatric care for individuals (both adults and children) with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, substance use and criminal justice involvement in many different settings. These settings include four outpatient clinical settings and four school based clinics that serve close to 12,000 adult patients and 3,500 children a month. In addition, she supervises the clinical services provide within the Harris County Jail serves over 2500 inmates and includes 24/7 front door psychiatric service, 3 mental health infirmary units and chronic care clinic are also under her clinical responsibility. She supervises a group of 50 psychiatrists and has established residency rotations within the outpatient clinics and Harris County Jail.

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