Walk the Talk America has created a first of its kind cultural competence course for mental health professionals. We’ve gathered some of the submitted feedback gathered from attendees to hear what they had to say.
Join Jake Wiskerchen for his talk on Understanding Gun Culture, Mental Health, and Ethics at UNR School of Medicine’s TriplePlay 2021 event.
Mike Sodini and Rob Pincus talk about Walk The Talk America’s journey over the last three years! Join us in a great discussion that highlights WTTA’s top five accomplishments so far and more work ahead.
It’s with a heavy heart that I’m writing this and asking everyone to breathe… AGAIN. I want to get this in before the blame game starts and all the “whatabouts” start making noise. Here are the names of the victims in our two most recent mass shootings.
Neither violence nor advocacy through intimidation are condoned by leaders in the Gun Rights Movement. On the eve of a presidential inauguration that will take place behind unprecedented security after our nation’s Capitol building was attacked by a small band of violent and destructive rioters, we feel it is important to make this clear.
As if the holidays themselves weren’t cause enough to be stressed out, this year we have a pandemic, lockdowns, widespread job loss, and inconsistent leadership overlaying them. Mix in a few conspiracy theories, government overreach, plus the desire to meet with family members without making them sick (or suffering the threat of fines or jail time), and we have a pretty spicy recipe for high anxiety and deep depression. What is a person to do in the face of all this?