California State University, East Bay presents: Movies for Mental Health (Online)

A virtual workshop featuring award-winning short films and a panel discussion with students and local mental health resources. All are welcome!

Registration required. Registration link tbd.

Details

Day:Thursday
Date:October 22, 2020
Time:5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Venue

California State University, East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd
Hayward, CA 94542 United States

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Partners

Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission The MHSOAC provides vision and leadership, in collaboration with clients, their family members, and underserved communities, to ensure Californians understand mental health is essential to overall health. MHSOAC holds public mental health systems accountable, provides oversight for eliminating disparities; promotes wellness, recovery and resiliency; and ensures positive outcomes for individuals living with serious mental illness and their families.
Tom Kiely, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist Dr. Kiely is a clinical neuropsychologist and clinical faculty at the Memory and Aging Center at UCSF Department of Neurology. Additionally, Dr. Kiely provides psychotherapy to individuals struggling with depression and anxiety using effective, short-term evidenced-based treatment approaches. He is located in Burlingame and on UCSF's Mission Bay Campus.
Paulita Malay, MFT - Therapist + Life Coach As a Marriage & Family Therapist – Life Coach in the SF Bay Area for the past 22 years, I have helped individuals, couples, and families create healthier, happier, and more harmonious relationships with their Self, their partner, their family members, and with others.
Barbara Petterson, LMFT, ATR Barbara Petterson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Art Therapist in the East Bay providing therapy to adults 18 years old and older dealing with issues of anxiety, depression, loss, grief, difficulties in relationships and/or transition. She works collaboratively with clients to explore how past and present experiences, including experiences of gender, race, sexuality and other identities, influence one's sense of self and ability to respond with a sense of freedom, effectiveness and pleasure to events in one's life.
Michelle Reyes-Neil, LCSW I am a licensed psychotherapist and Social worker in the East Bay area. Through my experience as a social worker in hospital and community settings over the past fourteen years, I have had the ability to use evidenced based interventions in my work with adults dealing with a wide range of trauma and mood issues. My interests and specialties include hospice, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, stress management and adjustment issues.