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Integrative Health

  • Brandman
  • 06.22.2019 & 07.12.

 

#MentalHealthAwareness

 
     

Are you interested in learning how to have healthy conversations about mental health, AND learn vital skills for how to help a friend in crisis?? In honor of #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth, we are offering a DISCOUNTED Mental Health Skills Workshop for youth ages 13-24 led by Dr. Sonia Luckey. Dr. Luckey is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Certified Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid Instructor, with over 25 years' of clinical experience.

While Dr. Luckey’s workshops are typically $179 per person, we are offering a special price of $99 for this workshop since it will be filmed as part of an educational documentary by filmmaker Monica Zinn and distributed to schools around the world through Human Relations Media. Zinn’s work has been covered by The LA Times, The Washington Post, and Wired.com and has garnered numerous awards, including a Bronze Telly for Outstanding Achievement in Education.

The workshop will take place on June 22 from 8:30AM - 4:30PM at Brandman University in Irvine. Drinks, snacks, and a meal will be provided.

All participants must sign a release form to appear in the film, and any participants under the age of 18 must also obtain a signature from a parent/guardian. Interested participants may be asked to engage in a one-on-one interview for the film, outside of the training. All participants will receive a certificate upon completion.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity! Email TakushiLLC@Gmail.com if interested. Space is limited to 12 people.

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For those who either can't make the event on June 22nd or aren't chosen for that event, there is a non-film event on July 12 at Brandman. Register here.

  • Brandman
  • 03.26.2019

How a Brandman alumna pivoted from healthcare executive to healthcare policy advocate

by Victoria Lim

 
     

Sonia Luckey, DNP, MA, APRN, FNP-BC recalls the day she stood up in the middle of a meeting at Molina Healthcare, where she was vice president of clinical support systems. She recognized growth the company was about to go through, and she thought of the nurses who worked for her. She realized how different their roles could be over the next 10 years. “I stood up and said, ‘I’m going to change the way healthcare is delivered.’ They looked at me and said, ‘How do you think you’re going to do that?’ And I said, ‘I’m going to figure it out.’”

That determination led her to Brandman University, where ... read the entire aeticle click here 

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