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College offering Ask the Experts discussions

Lewis and Clark Community College is hosting Ask the Experts, a series of online discussions with local experts on a variety of subjects.

Psychology Professor Chad Keller believes these discussions are just a part of LCC’s responsibility to the community. The first will be held May 5 and 7.

“The staff and faculty at Lewis and Clark has always had a commitment to the emotional and financial well-being of their students and the community,” Keller said. “This has not changed just because classes are no longer meeting on campus due to COVID-19.”

The discussions are free and open to the public via Zoom, a free video conferencing service. Attendees can choose to participate using audio, video or both. There is also a chat function that allows users to type their questions.

The first two discussions have been scheduled as follows:

Mental & Physical Health: 2 p.m., May 5, 2020

Moderator: LCCC Professor of Psychology Dr. Kathy White

Expert Panel: LCCC Professor Psychology Dr. Chad Keller; Renee Bauer, LCPC; Terri

Austin, LCPC; Dr. Angela Bahner, Psychology Faculty at Metro Politan Community College, Longview

Topics: Stress management, dealing with insomnia, anxiety and depression, nutrition, exercise and more.

Join the FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/668820067228618/

Financial Literacy: 2 p.m., May 7, 2020

Moderator: LCCC Professor of Psychology Dr. Kathy White

Expert Panel: LCCC Professor of English and finance expert Jen Bevel and Director of Financial Aid Angela Weaver

Topics: Utilizing financial resources, balancing finances during uncertain times, creating a budget and more.
Join the FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/248737926246999/

To take part in the discussion or to leave a question for the experts, visit the Facebook events. Links to enter the discussions can be found inside.

Watch the L&C Facebook page for announcements regarding future Ask the Experts discussions.

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