To Say It Brave = To Voice Your Truth and Own Your Story
Say It Brave is a free community designed to support mental wellness and emotional authenticity. We believe that healing happens every time we let go of the pressure to be “perfect” and bring our humanity fully into the light. Our community—created for and by people with mental health issues—honors the courage it takes to voice your truth and own your story.
- A motivational email community, with weekly emails sent on Fridays
- Free monthly virtual events with national recovery advocate, Shannon Kopp, and nationally recognized psychologist, Dr. Ashley Solomon, along with special guests
- Local and national mental health resources from ERC/Insight Clinicians (self-reflection tools, meditations, journaling prompts, etc.)
- Information on mental health support groups and advocacy events
- Say It Brave Circles: local events across the country connecting you to a circle of support and inspiration in your community
- Social media support via #SayItBraveSunday
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Monday, Nov 25 8 p.m. EST
No matter what we are going through, the Thanksgiving holiday can bring challenges to our mental wellness.
Maybe we are not sure how to set boundaries with certain family members. Maybe we’re struggling to prioritize eating disorder recovery during a holiday that can bring so many unhealthy messages about food and diet. Maybe we feel the pressure to host the “perfect” meal and family gathering at our house. We could even be grieving the loss of a loved one, and feeling anything but grateful this time of year.
In this special Say It Brave Online Event, learn how to honor your truth and your emotional needs — at the Thanksgiving table and beyond.
Join National Recovery Advocate, Shannon Kopp, and our Clinical Director of San Antonio, Landry Yarborough (LPC, NCC, CEDS), as we discuss tools to help you prioritize your recovery and show up authentically (and with your own back) this holiday.
Remember this: You aren’t alone! You will get through it.
Community Sponsor: National Eating Disorders Association (Houston Chapter)