Men’s Mental Health Month – Newsletter

DC’s Black Adam Star talks about Vulnerability as a super power!

With 21-inch biceps and 10 WWE World Wrestling Championship belts, “vulnerability” is not a word many would associate with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

But vulnerability has been a superpower of sorts for the wrestler, actor and “Black Adam” star, he revealed in a recent interview with Men’s Health magazine. And he’s encouraging other men to find their vulnerable side, too.

“The Rock” tells all men that its okay to ask for help and take care of their mental health HERE

Men’s Mental Health Month Facts

November is Men’s Mental Health Month, The goal of Men’s Mental Health Month is to increase public awareness of a range of issues that influence men’s health. We cannot disregard this fact as we focus on men this month since men are more hesitant to seek help or therapy for their mental health issues.

Read More Facts on Mental Health in men from Mental Health America HERE

Please visit to get the Mental Health support you deserve with the availability you NEED!


Friday, December 2nd- FREE HYBRID CEU “Affluence and Addiction” presented by Arden O’Connor. Statistics demonstrate that children raised in wealthy families and affluent communities are more likely to develop depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders. REGISTER

Friday, December 2nd- A Virtual Discussion About Ethical Decision Making and the use of Involuntary Holds in Eating Disorder Treatment – December 2, 2022,11 a.m. CST REGISTER

Wednesday, December 7th- Virtual CE Event: The Somatic Approach to Healing – 11am-12pm CST REGISTER

Have a Great Thanksgiving, we are thankful for ALL of you!

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