Virtual starting Thursday, March 7, 6-7 PM
NAMI-NYC proudly presents: In Our Own Voice (IOOV) Spring Showcase from Thursday, March 7 through Thursday, April 11, 6-7 PM. Each Thursday evening, NAMI-NYC community members will share their personal story of mental health challenges and their road to recovery.
In person at NAMI-NYC on Monday, March 18, 7-8:30 PM
Join Emotions Matter and NAMI-NYC on Monday, March 18, 2024, from 7-8:30 PM, in-person at NAMI-NYC for our panel conversation: Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
Panelists will discuss:
The event will kick off with a psychoeducational presentation, providing attendees with a foundational understanding of BPD. Following this, our panelists, who live with BPD or have a family member with the disorder, will share their personal experiences on the road to recovery.
In person at NAMI-NYC and virtually on Wednesday, April 3
Teenage marijuana use is at its highest level in 30 years. On Wednesday, April 3, 6-7:30 PM, join us for a discussion with guest speaker Laura Stack on:
Presented by guest speaker Dr. Rob Laitman, who specializes in clozapine, an antipsychotic medication used to treat individuals with schizophrenia. We will discuss available effective treatments for schizophrenia, particularly clozapine, how to advocate for greater clozapine use within the mental healthcare system, and more. Watch Now, Véalo en Español
January Public Education event The interactions between food, feelings, physical health, and mental health are complex and multifaceted, and only beginning to be understood. Food is a basic need and as such brings up visceral emotions for many people. Watch Now, Watch Now in ASL
Many of us have devoted our lives to the shared goal of reducing the loss of our community members and loved ones to suicide. We have felt grief when protocols designed to predict, diagnose or control behavior have continually failed. Watch Now, Véalo en Español, Watch Now in ASL
Everyone plays a role in reducing the number of suicides to zero. This session will promote the ability of non-clinical personnel to identify people at risk for death by suicide and respond appropriately by helping them get needed services. Watch Now, Watch Now in ASL
Researchers and clinicians have long recognized the effects of intergenerational trauma – trauma that gets passed down from those who directly experience an incident to the next generations. Intergenerational trauma can easily intersect with racial trauma – itself a type … Intergenerational & Racial Trauma and Finding Healing. Watch Now, Watch Now in ASL
Everyone experiencing a mental health, substance use, or suicide crisis deserves an appropriate response. Until this point, crisis calls for help have been met with inappropriate responses in our city. Watch Now, Véalo en Español, Watch Now in ASL
Losing a loved one to suicide is devastating. On top of this, many loss survivors feel unable to discuss or be open about their experiences, leading to isolation and shame. But it doesn’t need to be this way. Watch Now, Watch Now in ASL
Traumatic events can underpin many kinds of mental health issues. Exploring, naming, and finding healing from trauma are crucial parts of mental health treatment for many people. Watch Now, Watch Now in ASL