Join Andrea LoPresti, LCSW, Clinical Director of JFCS of GMC for an interactive, educational discussion on Monday December 21st at 6:45 PM at Beth El Synagogue, entitled “Mental Health Problems in our Community: Prevention and Decreasing Stigma.”
As JFCS’ Director of Clinical Services, I am all too familiar with the negative consequences of ignoring mental health problems until they become a crisis. One in five Americans will be diagnosed with a mental health problem at some point in their lifetime; half of the time symptoms will begin by early adolescence.
Please join us in understanding some key red flags, symptoms and strategies that will enhance our understanding of behavioral health problems. Learn about strategies and resources focused on increasing wellness while decreasing shame and denial.
JFCS thanks Beth El Synagogue for co-hosting this important community event with JFCS.
All adults from the Mercer County Community are welcome! Please call Andrea LoPresti at 609-987-8100 x 119 for more information.
Light refreshments will be served.