Pay What You Can: Join DMAX Foundation for “Self-Esteem: Coping in Collective Isolation”
Industry: Non Profit
DMAX Foundation is here to help the community stay connected and have “Conversations That Connect” in the face of social distancing and COVID-19. On April 16th, join DMAX Foundation for “Self Esteem: Coping in Collective Isolation”, the first of two virtual segments of DMAX Foundation's 2020 Annual Educational Event.
Bryn Mawr, PA (PRUnderground) April 15th, 2020
During these challenging times, staying connected is more important than ever. DMAX Foundation invites us all to come together as a community, support each other, and to nurture our mental health and well-being with compassion and self-care. This virtual event will include a special presentation with Supermodel and Body Positivity Advocate EMME and special guests, all hosted online, with interactive capability.
Special guests include storyteller and Leadership Development expert Robyn Shumer of Janssen Research and Development; Johnson and Johnson’s Global Mental Health Ambassador Craig Kramer; DMAX Club Student Leaders; and local teen singer-songwriter Maxie Mandel, whose songs support causes such as mental health. In addition, DMAX is proud to announce a special guest appearance by CBS 3’s Emmy Award-winning health reporter, Stephanie Stahl. Stephanie will present DMAX Foundation’s 2020 Leadership Award for her work as Champion for Workplace Mental Health Michelle Martin, Vice President ViacomCBS.
VIP tickets include a ticket to the second virtual segment of the program on April 23rd: “DMAX Students Speak”. DMAX Club leaders will share their own stories and talk about what DMAX Clubs are all about, from the inspiration to start them to the impact they’ve had on students and campuses, to the ever-increasing need during the spread of Covid-19.
General admission tickets can be purchased separately for each segment of the event. Students can register for FREE in advance. This event is NASW approved for Continuing Education Credits. For additional information and tickets, visit: www.dmaxfoundation.org/educational-event
DMAX addresses a significant unmet need on college campuses where those suffering from emotional concerns often can’t or don’t seek counseling services because of stigma, overcrowding, and lack of resources, often leading to tragic results. Research shows forty percent of college students with a mental health condition don’t talk about it or use college mental health services. DMAX Clubs encourage students to share with their peers what is going on for them, so they can help each other and realize that they are not alone in their struggles. When students break the silence about emotional struggles, they can help decrease the tragic results that too often occur when they keep their emotional pain to themselves.
Self Esteem: Coping in Collective Isolation
April 16th, 2020
7 pm – 9 pm EST
Students Attend Free with Registration
Virtual VIP Bonus Event: “DMAX Students Speak”
April 23rd, 2020
6 pm – 7 pm EST
NASW-PA Chapter is a co-sponsor of this workshop. 2 CEs will be awarded for completion of this course. NASW has been designated as a pre-approved provider of professional continuing education for social workers (Section 47.36), Marriage and Family Therapist (Section 48.36) and Professional Counselors (Section 49.36) by the PA State Board of Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.
DMAX is grateful to the supporters that enable us to continue our work including Foundation Partner Janssen Research and Development, Knewstub Foundation, Lawrence Saunders Foundation; and Platinum Presenting Event sponsors ViacomCBS and Jacobs; Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Foundation; Silver Event Sponsors Booz Allen Hamilton, Independent Blue Cross, Success TMS, and others corporate and individual supporters.
About DMAX Foundation
DMAX Foundation is a non-profit located in Philadelphia focusing on young people and mental health. Our mission is to create connections and conversations that matter to strengthen mental health and emotional well-being for young people.