Real Talk: A Conversation on Mental Health

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Real Talk: A Conversation on Mental Health

Real Talk: A conversation on Mental Health, Students come hear a deep dive into real student challenges with resource support!

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NC A&T Student Center 1403 John W Mitchell Drive Greensboro, NC 27405

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Real Talk: A conversation on Mental Health (November 10, 2022) 12 noon in the Student Center, Deese Ballroom

This is a historic National Alliance on Mental Illness and North Carolina A&T State University Counseling Center panel discussion event sponsored by The Hartford! Students come hear all about it! As our panelists share their views, lived experiences, and resources on topics like Mental Health Stigma, Student Anxiety and Depression, Suicide Prevention, Grief, Relationship challenges, Racial Trauma, Social Justice, and Advocacy. There will be FREE food, t-shirts, books, and resources for student well-being! Let's show our Aggie Pride by being together for Mental Health!

See our Fox 8 event interview

https://myfox8.com/video/talking-about-mental-health-with-college-students/8101901/

Moderator: Dr. Laklieshia Izzard Ed.D, LPC (NC A&T SU Alumna, Speaker, Author, and Mental Health Expert)

Guest Panelists:

NC State Representative Amos Quick, (NC A&T Alumni and former Radio Personality)

Steven Anthony King, (An International Motivational Speaker, mentored by the great Les Brown, a Certified Relationship Coach, and Co-founder of Complete Chocolate Couples. He is also the author of the award winning, Amazon #1 Best-Selling book, It’s Really Good to See You, foreword written by Les Brown).

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