Conversations that Matter: Remove The Stigma Around Therapy Panel
By Save Our Families
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Conversations that Matter: Removing The Stigma Around Therapy Panel
Cleveland, Ohio, February 11th, 2021 – Save Our Families Non-Profit organization recently launched a mental health awareness movement to assist with removing the stigma around seeking professional guidance. As a part of the movement, we’ve partnered with Phaze Jackson of Saint Clair Recordings for a panel discussion on February 27th, at 3 pm (EST). We’ll be discussing what the goal of therapy really is, ways to identify a mental health crisis, and the importance of understanding your own emotions.
Our panel of guests will include recording artist Phaze Jackson, Dwayne James LMSW, Neda The Coach, recording artist Young Truth, and the founder of Save Our Families, Kristy F. Steele. Please note that none of the information that will be provided on the panel will serve as medical advice. For more information and updates please visit our official website and join us on social media.
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