Meet The Mental Health Coalition's new Program Board! Dr. Jenny Wang is a Taiwanese American, licensed psychologist and national speaker on the intersections of Asian American identity, mental health and racial trauma. She is the founder of the IG community @asiansformentalhealth that promotes... awareness regarding Asian American mental health needs and unique immigrant experiences. She spearheaded the Asians for Mental Health therapist directory to help AAPI communities more effectively access mental health care that is culturally reverent and compassionate and launched an AAPI mental health trainee scholarship fund in 2021 to help support the next generation of AAPI mental health providers.
MHC's Program Board is comprised of leading and accomplished mental health professionals who will guide our programmatic work and lead our diversity and inclusion efforts to ensure the Coalition effectively speaks to and represents all communities. #mentalhealthcoalitionM

OCD is not an adjective, and it is not synonymous for 'neat' or 'organized.' It is a common, chronic disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and/or behaviors (compulsions) that he or she feels the urge to repeat over and over #OCDWeek

Pro golf is approaching its own mental health reckoning https://www.golfdigest.com/story/golf-mental-health via @Daniel_Rapaport

Instead of reminding individuals living with mental illness or substance use disorders about the relationships that have been damaged or lost, or the pain & family stress resulting from their struggles, remind them how brave they are for fighting for their recovery. #StopSuicide

The barbers encouraging men to open up about mental health one haircut at a time, "This can be life saving. Well I know it's life saving - we've saved lives and I hope we continue to save others." ...https://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2021-10-18/the-barbers-encouraging-men-to-open-up-about-mental-health-one-haircut-at-a-time via @ITV

"In any democracy that seeks to represent the people, it should come as little surprise that mental health issues show up in its parliament." https://www.politics.co.uk/comment/2021/10/18/what-politicians-can-learn-from-athletes-opening-up-about-their-mental-health/

Fans Praise Chris Evans for Sharing Emotional Tweet on His Mental Health https://www.menshealth.com/uk/mental-strength/a37987900/chris-evans-tweet-mental-health/ via @EA_Cooper

Tips for starting and getting the most out of therapy https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2021/10/18/therapy-for-mental-health-tips/ via @hi_thisissunny

"We need to focus on building a world that people want to live in, where people want to stay, where their life feels worth living—and in order to do that, we need to build a world in which this can happen. People need their needs met. They need affordable and accessible health care, they ...need food and shelter, they need physical and emotional safety, they need connection with other people. They need so many things that too often are unattainable or out of reach, that are made a privilege when they should be a right." via @alyseruriani
Today is #WorldFoodDay, a time meant to bring awareness to food security and the importance of achieving Sustainable Development Goal #2 of Zero Hunger. Now more than ever, we must come together to help those suffering from hunger, and develop sustainable solutions to ensure communities everywhere have access to nutritious food. Research shows that families’ lack of sufficient food, irrespective of their income, is associated with depressive disorders and suicidality in adolescents. Let's change this and build a world worth living in. Check out @fao for ways to get involved and secure #FutureofFood for all. #mentalhealthcoalition


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