Health & Wellness 2024

Multigenerational Hope: New Patterns of Mental and Behavioral Health

Tue Feb 20, 2024
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

In the face of mental and behavioral challenges faced by individuals of all ages and trauma passed down from generation to generation, what are the models and resources available to local families to build resilience and find healing and hope?

Dr. Judith Landau is a global pioneer in the fields of trauma and addiction, a child, family and community neuropsychiatrist and former professor of psychiatry and family medicine at the University of Rochester who has developed evidence-based, best practice collaborative family and community resilience models. She will guide us through her groundbreaking models that she has used everywhere from post-Apartheid South Africa to her current role as consultant to the WHO Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse with the Geneva and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section.

In the latter part of the program, she will be joined by local mental health and resiliency providers including Mountain Youth and Early Childhood Partners who will help provide a Vail Valley lens and connections to resources here in the community for anyone seeking further information.

Presented in partnership with Mountain Youth


Julia Kozusko

Julia Kozusko

Co-Executive Director

Early Childhood Partners

Judith L. Landau

Judith L. Landau

Founder and President

Linking Human Systems, LLC and LINC Foundation

Marcus Carter

Marcus Carter

Senior Manager of Partnerships and Engagement

Mountain Youth