Venue: Virtual Event
In light of the current stress around understanding how to respond to the uptick in COVID cases, the anxiety of returning to school and the economy, we have decided that this may not be the right time to have a general conversation around Childhood Trauma. We hope to revisit this conversation once we are all not trying to balance our own personal demands and will keep you posted on a new date and time.
Thank you for understanding.
Here are some local resources if you or someone you know is struggling right now:
Stay safe and well,
Join us for Contempo’s 14th Amplify Luncheon Series on July 22. No need to leave your office for this event, the Amplify Speaker Series is going virtual!
Attendees will enjoy a Live Stream discussion on Trauma, Behavioral Health and the Impact it has on the Business Community. Even if trauma was experienced as a child, it’s far from only a childhood issue. You will learn from national and locally recognized health care professionals and business owners how childhood trauma ultimately affects everyone in the workplace and how we as a community can work to heal, support, and improve the lives of those personally affected.
Our Panel of Experts and Speakers will discuss topics including:
Our Sponsor Representatives have been pivotal in recognizing the importance of this topic to support this important event. This event would not be possible without their deep commitment to mental health awareness in our community and we are grateful for their gracious support.
For more information on sponsoring this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-831-9557 ext. 101.
President & Founder Contempo Design + Communications
Director of Behavioral and Community Health, MetroHealth System
CEO, Calo Programs
Founder, President and CEO, EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute
Luncheon Presenters and Topics include:
– Dr. Lisa Ramirez currently serves as the Director of Behavioral and Community Health for Metro’s School Health Program, which provides primary care services to Cleveland students on several CMSD campuses. Dr. Ramirez’s presentation will cover Trauma and Child Development: Risk and Resilience
– Chris Perkins, CEO, Calo Programs. Chris will discuss the reality of childhood trauma and that it is a behavioral health issue with a pervasive impact across all communities
– Brandon E. Chrostowski, Founder, President and CEO, EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute will present on the intersection of social entrepreneurship and trauma
The cost to attend is $29.00. Your ticket will not only give you access to this important and timely discussion, but you will receive: