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Donica Harper, MS led a shop talk discussion about the difference between healthy relationships and toxic relationships and the dynamics of intimate partner violence (Baltimore, MD).
We offered financial support to patients who were government workers during the shutdown.
In honor of Black History Month, iHEAL ran a campaign highlighting African Americans who specifically made advancements in mental health. This effort was led by our Director of Marketing, Donica Harper.
The Black Mental Health Alliance hosted a trauma workshop for 130 women. Dr. La Keita Carter, CEO, presented at the Trilogy of Trauma event and discussed the impact of racial trauma on the brain and its affects your daily functioning. The event was covered by the Baltimore Sun. Read the article here.
Dr. La Keita Carter, CEO, represented iHEAL on the National Broadcast Radio. She discussed the services provided by iHEAL and how to connect with a mental health provider.
iHEAL was presented by Dr. La Keita Carter, CEO, at Taraji P. Henson's inaugural Can We Talk? Conference, which was sponsored by her non-profit organization, The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation. She presented information on treating trauma survivors to mental health professionals.
Two iHEAL therapists, Sara Dorrance, MS and Jade Burns, MS, presented on mindfulness at the Zeta Phi Beta Center for Healthy and Active Aging.
Donica Harper, MS and Nicole DiCarlo led a discussion about depression for older adults at Zeta Phi Beta Center for Healthy and Active Aging.
Shania Greenwood, MS and Corey Ward facilitated a workshop at the Zeta Phi Beta Center for Healthy and Active Aging on grief. They talked to community members about the grieving process and ways that they can cope. They also provided information about the grief cycle and spoke with them about specific losses.
iHEAL sponsored the Black Mental Health Alliance, Inc.'s second annual Maxie T. Collier Awards Ceremony. This awards ceremony celebrated individuals and groups in the Baltimore community who are increasing awareness and decreasing stigma associated with mental health and providing mental health services to Black people. Dr. La Keita Carter, CEO, accepted the plaque on behalf of all of the team members at iHEAL.
Director of the OMHC, Sara Dorrance, and mental health therapist, D'Anita Parker, walk in University of Maryland College Park's Out of the Darkness Walk.
iHEAL sponsors and supports the Maxie T. Collier Awards Banquet. We were also honored by the Black Mental Health Alliance for our work in the community.
iHEAL sponsors the Call to Healing Summit for the Black Mental Health Alliance. In addition to an informational table that provided referral materials for mental health providers, iHEAL CEO, Dr. La Keita Carter, served as the mistress of ceremonies for the first half of the summit.
The entire iHEAL team engaged in two health awareness weeks. The second week in October, we raised awareness for breast cancer by wearing pink every day of that week. We wore purple every day of the last week in October to raise awareness for intimate partner violence. All patients who were pink and purple on these respective weeks received gift cards.