Mental Health Matters: Protecting Your Mental Health
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Louisville Central Community Centers’ mission is to empower families through advancing equity. We believe that by influencing total wellness, family leaders are better positioned to reach their highest potential.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an influx of emotions for most of us. The uncertainty of income, job insecurity, scarcity of resources, personal health and well being in addition to family members threatened by the virus, and severe limitations on personal interactions can easily take a toll on mental health. This panel discussion, led by mental health subject matter experts, will provide information and coping strategies for managing stress, anxiety, and depression.
Damon Cobble is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. He is founder and President of the Minority Mental Health Project and Mental Health Practitioner at Jefferson County Public Schools. Mr. Cobble specializes in working with high risk populations, children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families, helping to address the research gap to under served communities receiving therapeutic services. The mission of the MMHP is to educate and empower individuals, families, and communities towards positive change by providing a range of culturally sensitive behavioral, mental health prevention, and intervention services.
Tiffany Farmer, Owner/Therapist, Best Life Mental Health Services
Moriah LeCorgan, LPCC, NCC, TCADC, University of Louisville Counseling Center
Lauren Muir, MA, LPCC, Martin and Muir