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“This Will Not Break Me” – A Conversation about Stigma and Mental Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamara Coleman-Lawrie @ United Way Niagara
15:16
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Tamara Coleman-Lawrie @ United Way Niagara
34:17
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Britney Conlon
36:02
Great insight Glen! Thank you!
Britney Conlon
37:10
I question I could pose is finding resources and determining what the first step in to get some help or exploring options.
Adriana Llanos
38:44
How re the organizations working to include individuals from other backgrounds, cultures individuals that sometimes only speak their first languages
Tamara Coleman-Lawrie @ United Way Niagara
58:31
We invite any questions for Jessica or comments at this time.Please use the chat function and we will pose these questions or comments to our speaker.
Pat Madden
59:12
Thank you for having the courage and commitment to speak to this Jessica
Glen Walker
59:16
Can you talk about the response from others to you sharing your story
Adriana Llanos
59:33
Thank you for sharing your story.
Allison Flynn-Bowman
59:50
Jessica, thank you so much for sharing your story! Thank you for helping to reduce the stigma. It is getting better, but we know that it is still hard. Especially around perinatal mental health - what is supposed to be the best time of someones life, and feeling like you are in a black hole. Thank you thank you thank you!!
Tara Conway
01:00:16
Loved the book Jessica! Thank YOU for your courage and commitment to action! You are making lives better
Mandy Cavasin
01:00:40
Thank you for sharing your story Jessica! As a leader at Gales can you speak to how you discuss mental health with your team
Britney Conlon
01:00:40
This was amazing! Thank you.
Melissa Montovani
01:01:35
Thank you for sharing your story, Jessica. It is very powerful. If you are so intensely private, how did you come to the decision to share your story so publicly at United Way, as a book, and here today?
Allison Flynn-Bowman
01:07:58
The course is amazing. https://www.coursera.org/learn/indigenous-canada
Glen Walker
01:09:22
The Indigenous Cultural Safety training program is also a great learning resource.
Jennifer Buck
01:12:14
thank you Jessica and Glen
Tamara Coleman-Lawrie @ United Way Niagara
01:12:49
Jessica’s book can be ordered by visiting https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/this-will-not-break-me-a-conversation-about-stigma-and-mental-health-tickets-159872058631 and selecting ‘book only’.
Allison Flynn-Bowman
01:13:13
Thank you to the United Way for hosting this event, Frances for moderating and Tamara for hosting the admin.Glen, thank you for sharing your insight into the trickle down effects of mental health concerns (and the ICS link).
Melissa Montovani (she/her)
01:13:21
Thank you!
Amy Andrews
01:13:22
Thank you.
Marie Cutler-Mascolo
01:13:30
Thank you :)
Mandy Cavasin
01:13:32
Thank you Jessica for your leadership
Lisa Rice
01:13:41
Thank you :)