We live in different times now and are experiencing challenges that are all occurring at the same time – social injustice, racial inequality, economic hardships and a global pandemic. People are dying at an alarming rate; some are overwhelmed with feelings of isolation while others are just numb. Research indicates an uptick of stress, anxiety, feelings of isolation, suicidal tendencies and more. During this segment, get tips, resources and motivation for your mental health.
Dr. Ca Trice Glenn has an extensive background in the mental health field. She is a Psychotherapist (Pastoral Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor) in private practice and higher education. Her practice includes services to Adolescents, Adults, Couples, Groups and Organizational Training with specialties in Relationship Issues, Work/Life Balance, Adjustment, Anxiety, Depression, Conduct Disorders, Crisis Response, Trauma, Self-Care, Clergy-Care, and Grief.
Dr Glenn is also an Approved Clinical Supervisor providing fieldwork and post-graduate clinical supervision for individuals seeking degree completion and state licensure with a focus in theological and psychological integration competency
Additionally, Dr. Glenn is a Professor (Contextual Education, Pastoral Care/Counseling and Psychology courses) with undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level students and teaches using traditional and on-line formats for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs.
Discussion Points/Time Stamps:
- Who is Dr. Ca Trice Glenn 2:42
- Recognizing the signs 6:02
- Resources 8:42
- Mental Health and Minorities 12:42
- Mental Health and Females 13:47
- Contact Information 16:47
- Tips for taking care of yourself 20:09