GlobalEdSsChat April 2020: Mental Health & Well-Being

TWEET AND TALK  (LIVE APRIL 7th at 1PM EST)

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APRIL CHAT SCHEDULE:

K-12 Tweet and Talk*:       Tuesday April 7th, 1:00PM – 1:30PM EST

K-12 Slow Chat:                   All month long!

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CHAT QUESTIONS: #MentalHealth & #WellBeing

1. How do you assess your own well-being? (happiness/ wellness)

2. What is the relationship between mental health and physical health?

3. What are some strategies you use to manage stress/ reset your sense of well-being?

4. What can you do in your community to jump start the conversation about mental health?

5. What do you do to be proactive with your mental health?

6. What resources can you reach out to when dealing with poor mental health?

*The same questions will be used for the Slow Chat all month long. We recommend classes spend time answering the questions ahead of time so time during the chat can be spent liking tweets, retweeting, quoting tweets in reply, and collaborating with others.


Tweet and Talk Expert on Panel

Lauren Muriello, Chief Helping Officer at the Well Being Therapy Center

Lauren Muriello, MA LPC is a licensed psychotherapist who has been helping children, families, couples, and individuals for over ten years. Lauren received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University, and completed her Masters Degree at Montclair State University where she received the Dean’s Leadership Award.

Lauren has extensive experience working with children and their families. In addition to her work with Well Being Therapy Center, Lauren has worked in the non-profit sector where she supervised Bergen County’s Family Preservation Services to assist families in crisis utilizing a short-term, intensive therapy model.

Previously, Lauren was Co-Director of Omega Teen Camp, a division of the Omega Institute (the nation’s largest holistic education center). In this role she worked with more than 200 staff and teens to ensure the program was successful in providing a safe and supportive environment for adolescents to successfully manage life challenges.
Much of the curriculum Lauren developed for Well Being Therapy Center teen groups, began with her work at Omega Teen Camp.

Lauren lives in Montville, NJ with her husband and their two beautiful children.