Diablo Valley College Presents: Movies for Mental Health

A free workshop featuring food, winning short films about mental health, and a community and campus resource panel with Q&A.

Details

Day:Thursday
Date:April 25, 2019
Time:11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Venue

Diablo Valley College
321 Golf Club Rd
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 United States
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Partners

Contra Costa County Psychological Association The Contra Costa Psychological Association (CCPA) is an active group of psychologists committed to advancing the science and profession of psychology and serving the people of Contra Costa County. They offer training and workshops throughout the year to help their members keep up with advancements in our field, and their newsletter and email list-serve, create an ongoing, dynamic exchange of information among members. They also provide mentoring, consultation and monthly meetings for education and networking for Early Career Psychologists.
Blackhawk Family Development Center Welcome to your Village! Blackhawk Family Development Center offers individual and group therapeutic support and psychological testing services for children, teens, adults, families, and couples. Our mission: an authentic approach to providing premier strength-based, solution-focused therapy.
Vanessa Solis Vanessa Solis, LCSW is a psychotherapist providing therapy and EMDR for young women and teens in the East Bay. She focuses on supporting those struggling with anxiety, depression and the impacts of trauma. In doing so, Vanessa helps young people break through whatever is holding them back, build confidence, and reach personal growth & success.
Margie Ryerson Margie Ryerson is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Walnut Creek, CA. She sees teens, adults, couples, and families, writes a newspaper column and has authored two books.
Dr. Cristina Castagnini Dr. Cristina Castagnini is a licensed Psychologist and Certified Eating Disorder Specialist who has been helping patients for over 20 years to lead better and healthier lives. She does not use a "cookie-cutter" approach to therapy, and bases treatment on each patient's own unique, individual needs and goals.