The Mental Health Symposium is designed to provide a wealth of information and resources addressing current mental health challenges. The Symposium is one of the student led initiatives emerging from the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, through Judicial Affairs and is strategically planned during mid-terms, so that students, faculty, and staff can discover healthy ways of dealing with stress and its related challenges.
This semester we have partnered with the College’s Office of Veteran Affairs, to address mental health challenges as they relate to Veterans and their families. The Symposium will be held on October 16, 2012 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. in the Student Affairs Atrium area at the Liberty Campus and will be expertly facilitated by; Gregory M. Hunter, LCSW-C, Tope Aje, M.Ed, MS, NCC, LGPC and Jon Dansicker, Veteran’s Outreach Specialist, Department of Veterans Affairs. In addition, Ms. Angela Donn, LCSW-C, Mental Health Therapist, Office of Student Support and Wellness Services and Stefan Charles Pierre, Coordinator, Disability Support Services will be discussing the services that each provide to the BCCC student body.
A light lunch will be provided to those that participate in the Symposium.