Finding Hope 2017

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April 1, 2017
9:00 am – 12:30 pm (doors open at 8:30 am)

Keynote with Dan Gottlieb, a practicing psychologist and therapist with more than 40 years of experience. Best known as the host of “Voices in the Family,” a weekly radio program heard on WHYY-FM, Philadelphia’s NPR affiliate. He is also the author of six books, including his latest, “The Wisdom We’re Born With.”

Panel of speakers on suicide, addiction, domestic violence, abuse, and mental illness.

Please join us for a morning focused on building awareness around suicide, addiction, domestic violence, abuse, and mental illness. We are all interconnected. We might be facing one of these areas personally, and we might be supporting a loved one who is impacted.

For this second year, we continue to explore ways to offer hope, resources, and space to learn how we can help, or how we can ask for help.

These topics are so important and so impactful that we are challenged to gather together in community in striving to prevent their devastating impactand responding with compassion when impact is unavoidable. Together, we can expand the compassionate response and help prevent the devastating impact.

Recommended for college age and up.

Tickets: $20 (regular), $10 (students), $30 (sponsor)
For online ticket registration, click here.