Conversation with Whitney Austin of Whitney Strong


Impassioned after surviving the Sept. 6, 2018, mass shooting in Cincinnati, Ohio, Whitney cofounded Whitney/Strong with her husband, an organization focused on finding common ground to end gun violence through data-driven, responsible gun ownership solutions. We'll talk about Crisis Aversion and Rights Retention (CARR) and...

Navigating the (Un)Comfortable, Racial/ethnic identity in suicide prevention


For decades, scholarship on understanding and addressing racial and ethnic disparities in suicide research has been ignored, dismissed, or underfunded by funders, and rejected by publishers. In recent years, groups like the Youth Suicide Research Consortium and its members have drawn attention to these disparities...

Defy the Darkness, A conversation with Dylan Sessler


Dylan Sessler is a life coach and a mental health advocate who has overcome parental suicide, PTSD, depression, anxiety, child abuse, bullying, war, and suicide. We'll talk about his book and his wisdom! *Registration Required MHA Webinars produced in part with funds from SAMHSA grant...

Effective Advocacy – Making Every Voice Count!, 3.0 CE


Advocacy 101 Training with Kentucky Psychological Association. Legislative advocacy – changing public policy to improve people’s lives – is important for health and mental health professionals, consumers, family members and community advocates. The legislative process - state and local - and ways to make policy...

Health for a Change: Staying WKY Strong

Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park Conference Center 8682 US Hwy 641 N., Gilbertsville, KY

A free mental health support and training event for those helping survivors of recent natural disasters in Kentucky such as the 2021 WKY tornadoes and 2022 EKY floods. Event includes a free buffet lunch for attendees.

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