Taboo Talk Guest Starring Laverne S. Williams

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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! In celelbration of National Mental Health Month, Laverne S. Williams Guest Starred on the show to discuss mental health issues. About Laverne S. Williams: Laverne S. Williams is the Owner/Principal Laverne Williams Enterprise Inc., LLC. She is also the Director of the PEWS (Promoting Emotional Wellness & Spirituality) program and Director of Community Outreach Services for the Mental Health Association in NJ. A Certified Social Worker, Ms. Williams has over 25+ years of experience in mental health services. Laverne Williams Enterprise, Inc. LLC, is a consulting firm that provides individually designed mental and physical health education seminars. As an advocate on behalf of persons with mental illness, and as a Deacon at the Union Baptist Church in Montclair, Ms. Williams diligently develops partnerships with faith communities, consumers and community service providers to explore the relationship between emotional and spiritual wellness. Her work on behalf of the PEWS program has been featured on National Public Radio’s News & Notes program, in Positive Community magazine, ABC News Health website, WKMB Harvest Radio and New Jersey Network’s “Another View”. Ms. Williams is a well sought after as a conference keynote and workshop facilitator. The PEWS program created two videos, “Anything But Crazy; African Americans, Spirituality and Emotional Wellness” and “Getting to the Other Side” which addresses co-occurring disorders in African Americans. Ms. Williams appeared in and co-directed both. The videos are used as invaluable community educational tools. She can be contacted at lwilliams@mhanj.org, 973-571-4100 ext. 130, www.mhanj.org

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