Disability Awareness: 'Inclusion of the Facially Different'
Thursday, April 14, 2022
12:30 PM - 1:30 PMTo mark Disability Awareness Month, the Office of Community & Government Relations has partnered with the Disability Pride Club to bring you “From Trauma to Community: Inclusion of the Facially Different” with Dr. Lise Deguire at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14.
A clinical psychologist, Deguire is the award-winning author of Flashback Girl: Lessons of Resilience from a Burn Survivor. After being severely burned in a fire, she spent most of her childhood in the hospital, undergoing countless surgical procedures.
Deguire graduated from Tufts University, earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Widener University, and is in solo practice in New Jersey. She has appeared on NPR, NBC, ABC, FOX, SiriusXM, and numerous podcasts. She is a blogger for Psychology Today, and has been featured in Thrive Global, Tiny Buddha, and The Elephant Journal. Learn more at LiseDeguire.com.
Dequire will present her inspiring talk in the Gallagher Room, and online (register at bit.ly/3x7luCd).