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Taboo Talk: NAMI's Mrs. Arlene Day, Katie Linn&Ilyse Soutine

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Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author, Radio Host and Motivational Speaker www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring a panel of NAMI NYC Metro's In Our Own Voice presenters: Katie Linn who has been a presenter since 2009, Mrs. Arlene Day who has been a presenter since 2008 and Ilyse Soutine who has been a presenter since 2011.On this episode, the panel will discuss the program, why they joined, some of their experiences and the benefits of the program. Developed by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), In Our Own Voice is a unique informational outreach program that employs first hand stories of mental health consumers to enrich the audiences’ understanding of how those with mental illness cope and reclaim rich and meaningful lives. A typical program will feature two presenters who talk about their journeys, from dark days towards acceptance. They offer personal examples of their treatment and coping skills learned. They share their successes, hopes, and dreams. In Our Own Voice is a program focused on spreading the message of recovery by living examples. It provides hope and opportunity to both the audience and the presenters.

 

In Our Own Voice is appropriate for a broad spectrum of audiences, from those who know very little about mental illness to those who have intimate knowledge based on personal experience or the experience of a loved one. Presenters are trained to tailor their presentation to specific audiences (i.e., for adolescents, professional groups, students, etc). In Our Own Voice is now also offered in Spanish.

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