Mental health and wellness is a critical issue facing small business owners and entrepreneurs.
VC Health is a new monthly program bringing mental health and wellness experts and entrepreneurs together to learn, grow, and build a community to help offset stress amid trying times. VCHealth is for entrepreneurs and small business owners in Arkansas and around the world. From tech company founders to foodie startups, a focus on mental health is critical for every entrepreneur
2021 VCHealth Topics Include:
Ken Clark is the Founder and CEO of Chenal Family Therapy, one of the countries fastest growing mental health providers. Named to the Inc 5000 list for the last three years, CFT has grown to 19 offices across two states, employing over 125 staff and providing over 75,000 sessions of mental health per year. Ken is also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and executive coach who specializes in working with C-Suite leadership, founders, and small business owners to help them maintain their mental health throughout the rollercoaster journey of scaling a business. Ken has been named as the Mentor of the Year by The Investment News, to the Arkansas 40 Under 40 list, and his company has been named as a Business of the Year by Arkansas Business News.
Bruce Trimble, MA, APR, is the director of business development for The BridgeWay Hospital, a psychiatric facility for children, adolescents, and adults in North Little Rock, AR. An avid mental health advocate, Trimble was appointed by the Governor of Arkansas to the Suicide Prevention Council in 2015 and served as a co-chair from 2015 to 2017. In 2018, he was instrumental in establishing a call center for the Arkansas Suicide Prevention Hotline.
Join us Friday, June 25 at noon to discuss how to handle social media in a healthy way with mental health experts Bruce Trimble of The Bridgeway and Ken Clark of Chenal Family Therapy.
Bruce will cover some of the data on social media and mental health, and let us know about some apps that can be helpful for addressing mental health things (while we’re on our phone anyway!).
Ken will discuss how social media can be the best thing ever and the worst thing ever at the same time, and give practical tips on how to find a middle ground. He will also talk bout how the social media culture at the workplace can affect employee health, and how he manages it at his own company.Register
Learn tips to effectively recognize and respond to mental health situations affecting your spouse, your partner, or yourself at this one-hour, free virtual workshop.
Listen in for an in-depth conversation with mental health experts Ken Clark of Chenal Family Therapy and Bruce Trimble about the impact of mental health and wellness on the children and families of entrepreneurs.
Listen for a discussion on the impact of mental health on employees and how to spot and address mental health issues with the appropriate resources.
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