This year, in addition to events, we will be using digital media to highlight stories of recovery, lived experiences, and success. Our objective is to bring into focus people overcoming life circumstances that include mental health distress and to reinforce that recovery is the expected outcome. The videos below will be posted on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn channels. We invite you to “like,” “comment,” and “share” these posts.
Michael Stoltz, C.E.O. of the Association for Mental Health and Wellness, speaks with Police Office Ray Sitler, Coordinator of the Crisis Intervention Team (C.I.T.), Suffolk County, NY Police Department.
A discussion between Michael Stoltz, C.E.O. of the Association for Mental Health and Wellness and Cliff Pfleger, Proprietor, Long Island Gun Source, Medford, NY.
Michael Stoltz, LCSW, the CEO at the Association for Mental Health and Wellness, has some concluding comments as we wrap-up Mental Health Awareness Week 2019.
“Children and Anxiety,” produced by Alexis Rodgers, Coordinator for Mental Health Education.
“Horse Interaction Therapy,” produced by Eileen Shanahan, Warrior Ranch Foundation.
With too many kids struggling with stress, anxiety and depression, some states, like New York, are mandating that educators incorporate mental health into their curriculum.
“Peers on the Front Line” with Melissa Boody, Peer Support Specialist, F.R.E.E.
“What is a Peer Specialist?” with Michael Harris, Peer Specialist.
“Yoga and Mental Health” with Michael Harris, Peer Specialist and Yogi.
Bill and Ray at the Association for Mental Health and Wellness’ Chemical Free Garden.
“Food Insecurity” with Jessica Rosati, Ph.D., Chief Programs Officer, Long Island Cares.
“A Veteran’s Spouse” with Mayer Bellehsen, Ph.D., Northwell Health, with Pat Gustafson.
“Marriage Counseling Helped us Be More Open.” Produced by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
“A Spouse’s Story of Support and Recovery.” Produced by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
“Counseling Strengthened Her Family.” Produced by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
“#MHStrong: Adolescents.” Produced by Stony Brook University students.
Produced by Stony Brook University students.
“#MHStrong: Public Safety.” Produced by Stony Brook University students.
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