Our speaker for the September 2021 Janis Black Warner Speaker Series: Dr. Waguih William IsHak, MD, FAPA Professor and Clinical Chief of PsychiatryCedars-Sinai Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral NeurosciencesClinical Professor of Psychiatry, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLAEditor, The
Our next Janis Black Warner Speaker Series is set for June 2, at 7 pm: A panel discussion to celebrate Pride Month: NAMI WLA’s Operations/Outreach Coordinator, Elizabeth Stephens, will moderate a panel discussion on mental health support for LGBTQ+ community
The guest for our Janis Black Warner Speaker Series for Wednesday, April 7, 2021: Hannah Liddell from the Office of Payee Review & Beneficiary Assistance (OPRABA). OPRABA was created by the Strengthening Protections for Social Security Beneficiaries Act of 2018.
Our Janis Black Warner Speaker Series for February 2021 will feature Baron L. Miller, author of “Laws We Need to Know: Understanding Rules and Programs for Persons with Mental Illness,” Join us February 3, at 7 pm PT to hear
Our December 2020 Janis Black Warner Speaker Series discussion will be on “Navigating New Medications in the Treatment of Mental Illness” with Pargol Khorsandi Nazarian, Pharm.D., a Board-Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist. She received her Doctorate in Pharmacy at the University of
We’re excited to be joining Palisades Charter High School for this virtual symposium on student mental health. October 1, 4 to 5 pm on Zoom.
Thanks to our friends at the Big Heart Ranch for hosting us for a safe, physically-distanced community outreach event.
Join us for an Instagram Live Takeover with one of our Ending the Silence presenters, Brenda Sarai Zuniga. Brenda will be joined by musician ChrisLee on Friday, September 25 at noon PT on our Instagram.
Our speaker is booked for the Janis Black Warner Speaker Series set for Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 7 pm. Joining us will be Sanjeet Sihota, MSW, who suffered his first episode of mental illness at age 21 and went on
For our Janis Black Warner Speaker Series on Wednesday, August 5, Roger S. Nolan, will join us for a presentation on “Managing Difficult Emotions with Mindfulness: The Science and Practice of Meditation.” Nolan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist