"Undivided" focuses on breaking down the barriers in society that keep people separated and isolated along racial, cultural, ethnic, gender, age, religious, and other demographic lines. The goal of the program is to find common ground to unite people in peace and harmony.
This episode of "Undivided" will focus on the divisive topic of mental illness and seek to defeat the stigma that society has placed upon those who suffer from various forms of mental illness. The show will focus on bridging the divide between what people perceive about mental illness and what scientific research and field work have demonstrated.
My guest co-host is Nicholas Perez who is currently a PsyD student in the Clinical Psychology program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington DC. Nicholas earned his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Latino from Montclair State University in New Jersey. Mr. Perez is published in a APA (American Psychological Association) journal and has given presentations at select conferences, including the annual APA Convention. Aside from school, Mr. Perez is currently a Neuropsychologist extern at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC as well as the APA Campus Ambassador for Advocacy and Social Justice for his school. He has worked with children and adolescents as an in-home therapist and in a partial care setting, as well as briefly worked with the NHL doing baseline testing. His area of expertise is depression, anxiety and suicidality which he has conducted an extensive amount of research.
Frank J. Maduri is the host of "Undivided" and is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), ELI-MP and a freelance writer and journalist with published news stories distributed to 42 countries globally. His coaching practice focuses on unlocking the true potential within his clients. Please tune in for this important dialogue on mental illness.
Sorry we couldn't complete your registration. Please try again.
You must accept the Terms and conditions to register