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Jason Paden shares ways to reduce stress & have good mental health in crisis

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About Guest speaker Jason Paden. Jason Paden is a multi-faceted artist and inventor who grew up in the Schoharie School District where he graduated early with his Diploma in his Junior Year due to mental health issues that were newly emerging. After completing his Associate’s Degree at Sage College of Albany, majoring in Multimedia/Visual Arts, he began independent video work such as filming weddings and parties for clients. Soon after his long Recovery from major mental illness through his twenties and early thirties with a diagnosis of Schizo Affective Disorder, he discovered NAMI – the National Alliance on Mental Illness, where he became a IOOV presenter trained by none other than Lady Charmaine. He later went on to become an active NAMI Board Member in Fulton, Montgomery and Hamilton Counties for two years. Independently, Jason created his own presentation story and became a professional motivational speaker addressing agencies, groups, colleges and schools with a unique custom designed multimedia presentation of his Recovery story, which has been shown at various educational engagements throughout the Northeast. It's been a long road of many ups and downs and many creative endeavors but today, Jason has finally finished a 15 year project he lovingly calls this colorful cast of characters His Quirkz that seek to destigmatize people’s fears around talking about mental illness. Jason recently invented and patented a little phone gizmo called “The OopsLoop” that uniquely prevents people from dropping their phones, all while helping raise funds for future creative projects that raise mental health awareness! His creativity has always been his best antidepressant and he hopes his experiences and story can creatively help others feel more comfortable with talking about mental health issues as well. For more information on Facebook: Jase and his Quirkz and