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Mental Health Symposium 2021

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s Corporate Education department presented this 2021 event as a webinar. Mental illness touches everyone, and our goal for the symposium is to put a spotlight on the most relevant issues of today and provide information from experts about early identification and intervention strategies. Our … Continue reading Mental Health Symposium 2021

Educational Series: September 2021

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and the 2021 Educational Series present for September… “Depression in the Elderly” by Vanessa Thompson, DNP, NP, Director Behavioral Health Services at Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System. Our speaker reminds us that healthcare providers, civic organizations and churches can be great starting points to ask about getting help. Here are … Continue reading Educational Series: September 2021

Sometimes We Just Need a Good “Listening To”

The late radio host Bill Drake used to quip, “Are you hard of listening?” as he emphasized the tendency to talk when we should be listening. In my career as a pastoral counselor, I found that my clients often longed for a trusted person to listen to their innermost concerns and understand them.  The iconic … Continue reading Sometimes We Just Need a Good “Listening To”

Educational Series: July 2021

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and the 2021 Educational Series present for July… “Queer Communities 101: Basics to be More Inclusive in Clinical Practice” by M. Evan Thomas, PhD, LMFTA, AAMFT Approved Supervisor, Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and Chair of the Marriage and Family Program at Converse University. This presentation is … Continue reading Educational Series: July 2021

Gray Matters Continued

Sense of purpose goes a long way in helping alleviate despair, depression and anxiety often linked with a sense of worthlessness. Delivering Mobile Meals, visiting those who are shut in or any number of things which positively express our innate gifts and contribute to the betterment of ourselves and others are a few examples. This … Continue reading Gray Matters Continued


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