Abraham Sculley Invites You to the Pathlight Conference on Mental Health

For our first annual Pathlight Conference on Mental Health: Transformative Solutions in Mental Health Treatment, we are delighted to announce that Abraham Sculley, Mental Health Speaker and Advocate, and Lawrence Chatters, PhD , Mental Health Practitioner and Therapist, will be leading a session for you.

They are part of our incredible line-up of speakers, and we hope you can tune in virtually to join us.

About the Session

Mr. Sculley  will be leading a session alongside Lawrence Chatters, Ph.D, Mental Health Practitioner and Therapist on Counseling Strategies to Consider When Working with African American Men. During their session, they will be integrating an  interactive therapy roleplay to  take you on an introspective journey to share insights on working with African American men. You will have the opportunity  to receive 1.5 CME/CNE/CE credits from this session and ask as many questions as you would like.  
Their session will take place on Wednesday, August 25,  from 1:00 PM to  2:30 PM MDT. If you cannot attend live, or if you want to rewatch the session at a later date, you will have access to all material until December 31, 2021.

About Abraham Sculley

Abraham Sculley is a speaker for Active Minds, the nation’s premier nonprofit supporting student and young adult mental health. Abraham graduated from the University of West Florida with his bachelor’s degree in Psychology. During his freshman year, he fell into a deep depression. After accepting the advice from a concerned friend, Abraham sought out the counseling services on campus and took a 3-month hiatus which helped him to return to school with a new outlook and new  vigor. Depression is now the catalyst for Abraham’s purpose, and he is now a mental health advocate, speaking around the country about his life, his story  and his passion for mental health awareness.

About Lawrence Chatters, Ph.D.

Lawrence Chatters, PhD , LIMHP, PLP (he/him/his) is an independently licensed mental health practitioner and therapist. Dr. Chatters earned master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln’s Counseling Psychology program.

Throughout his career, Lawrence has been heavily invested in promoting gender equity and addressing systemic racism in educational, mental health  and community settings. Lawrence has held a number of positions at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, as the Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator with Nebraska Athletics, Men’s Program Coordinator in the Women’s Center, Instructor of Academic Success in the College of Education and Human Sciences, Academic Advisor in the OASIS Center and Psychology Intern at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) on campus. Lawrence was chosen as a recipient of the UNL Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to the LGBTQA Community. He has a keen sense of the ways that personal, cultural and/or systemic factors can support or impede achievement and motivation. Read more about Dr. Chatters.

The Pathlight Conference on Mental Health: Transformative Solutions in Mental Health Treatment presented by the Eating Recovery and Pathlight Foundation, takes place August 24 to 25 and  includes 10 research-based presentations on the complexities of mood, anxiety and trauma disorders. Until July 23, you can register for the conference for $49 and add the Eating Recovery Conference on Eating Disorders: Transformative Solutions in Eating Disorder Treatment which includes 10 research-based presentations on the complexities of treating eating disorders, for just $30 more. Register today to save up to $50 and join the conversation. 


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