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Please join PESI on January 16th at the Pablo Center in downtown Eau Claire for an exclusive, FREE screening of Cracked Up.

This revolutionary documentary film about the effects of childhood trauma across a lifetime featuring comedian, actor, and Saturday Night Live legend Darrell Hammond.

Renowned for his impressions of Bill Clinton, Sean Connery and hundreds more, Hammond wowed SNL audiences for a record-breaking 14 seasons. Although Hammond performed brilliantly on live TV, behind the scenes he suffered from debilitating flashbacks, self-injury and addictions, symptoms which were misdiagnosed by over 40 doctors as mental illnesses. It wasn’t until a suicide attempt brought him together with the right doctor that he was properly diagnosed and treated.

Cracked Up, not yet released to the public, is already generating award buzz in Hollywood for its extraordinary message and grassroots effort to make all communities more trauma-informed. You don’t want to miss it!

PESI is honored to have the film director, Michelle Esrick, join us at the Pablo Center for the screening and a live discussion with trauma expert Dr. Bessel van der Kolk via livestream immediately following the movie!

Details:
• January 16, 2020 at 6:30pm (doors open at 6pm)
• The Pablo Center at the Confluence in downtown Eau Claire (128 Graham Ave)
• Open to the public! Anyone who is interested in, curious about, or has been touched by trauma or other mental health issues, either personally or professionally, are encouraged to join us for this one of a kind community event
• This FREE event is open to the public, though seating is limited so TICKETS ARE REQUIRED!

I hope you can join us to help spread awareness about childhood trauma and mental health throughout the Chippewa Valley.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1027725120940492/

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Jan 16 2020 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
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