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The Collaborative - North Fulton Mental Health

North Fulton County Mental Health Collaborative

The North Fulton Mental Health Collaborative is normalizing the conversation surrounding mental health through engaging community leaders and families in an on-going dialogue to promote mental health awareness and suicide prevention in our faith communities, schools, businesses, and community at large.

Last Thursday of the Month, 9:00am-10:30am
Call 678-893-5324 to reserve your seat and confirm location.


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Finding Hope in the Midst of Loss

Thursday, February 25th
9:00am

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In this unprecedented time, our normal is no longer normal. Loss has taken on many new shapes and forms. Some of us have experienced the loss of a friend or family member and find ourselves grieving without the support of our community due to social distancing. Others are experiencing the loss of a “normal routine” as we knew it. Join us for a discussion on recognizing our loss, processing our grief and practicing self-care moving forward in 2021.

Brittany Glaser, MA, MDiv

Licensed Professional Counselor, Intensively Trained DBT Clinician @ Summit Counseling Center

Brittany loves walking alongside people when life has become overwhelming or they come to that difficult and brave place of knowing they need help. All people have the capacity to thrive and sometimes we all need help figuring out how to get there or what that looks like for us. Working mostly with individuals ages 12 and up, Brittany focuses on life transitions, depression, grief, anxiety, identity development, self-esteem, suicidality, and relationship conflict. With her background in Divinity, Brittany strongly believes in respecting the whole person and integrating spirituality into therapy with clients for whom spirituality is an important aspect of their lives. She is also passionate about working with the LGBT+ community and works with her clients on helping them connect with themselves and find wholeness. Brittany received her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health and Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University.

This program would not be possible without the financial support from our funders:
Fulton County

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