Join The Shaare Emeth Mental Health Initiative for a panel discussion with three community members who have experienced the impact of the mental health crisis from different angles. Each panelist will share their stories, answer questions and lend insight to a challenging topic.
Dr. Dan Weinstein, a clinical psychologist who provides psychotherapy, psychological testing and evaluation services for individuals, families, and groups.
Ryan Kulage, development director for CHADS Coalition for Mental Health. He lives with clinical depression and general anxiety disorder, and works to raise mental health awareness in the region.
Amy Worth, a parent and educator who has a seventeen-year-old daughter and who lost her son, Michael, to suicide when he was eighteen. She and her family work to help people understand mental illness, be able to talk about it, and prevent suicides in the future.
SEMHI is Shaare Emeth’s response to to the mental health crisis in America and strives to raise awareness, provide resources and erase the stigma associated with mental health issues within the congregation and larger community.
For more information, contact Jodi Miller at [email protected]
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