It’s okay to not be okay.
There’s no doubt that the events of this year have taken a toll on our mental health and wellbeing. From the pandemic to protests to crises across the world, we’ve been inundated with news from every angle, and along with our personal struggles and experiences, this can really impact our overall health. Mental health is an essential part of our wellbeing, and it’s time to give it a boost on our list of priorities.
Join us and hosts from the Get REAL Movement on October 14 from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. for an interactive mental health and inclusivity workshop to help you better your mental health and feel supported during this whirlwind of a year.
The Get REAL Movement is an organization that focuses on sharing personal stories to increase empathy, acceptance, and support for one another, while bettering our mental health. This event will highlight topics such as mental health and inclusion, building empathy and connections, and how we can motivate and support each other during this pandemic.
We’ll be joined by Get REAL After-School Program Director Max Denley, a certified social worker who specializes in working with the 2SLGBTQ+ community, and special guest Kenzie Brenna, a body positivity and mental health activist and actress, who will share personal, diverse, and relatable stories to help foster acceptance within our community.
And if you’re still on the fence, we’re giving away free swag throughout the event, mailed straight to your door!
No need to register in advance, simply hit the “Join the Workshop” button on October 14th at 12 p.m. and you’re in.
It’s been a tough year, but that doesn’t you have to go through it alone.