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Thank you to all our Veterans for your service and for your sacrifice.

We know military life is not easy. Saint Louis Counseling therapists understand the unique clinical aspects & medical needs of service members and their families. Contact us today: https://t.co/0SPeQoc1Ac

Mental Health Matters #2--Tom Duff talks w/ Danny Kerth of @ProjectWakeUp_ & Chris Denman of @weareliveradio about stigma & suicide prevention for students: https://t.co/9aE9Xmvl97
@MWellington3906 @RepJoeKennedy @SklarBrothers @Mizzou @DeSmetJesuitHS @WeAreChaminade @SLULAW

Maybe your team won last night or maybe they lost. But either way, remember to be accepting of each other today and every day. If you need to process those thoughts, find us >> https://t.co/hKBZmKPAvi
#BreakDownStigma #MidtermElection18

Thank you, @NBCThisisUs & @SullivanTweet for starting the conversation about depression & suicide. If you or a loved one needs help with depression or anxiety, call us: 314-544-3800 or the Crisis Hotline: 314-469-6644.
Together, we can #BreakDownStigma
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Opening up about feeling depressed or anxious can seem scary, but as @MichaelPhelps shares in this @MensHealthMag article, doing so saved his life. Read how therapy has helped him during his bouts of depression: https://t.co/DIVrBLoYZB
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Thank you to all our Veterans for your service and for your sacrifice.
We know military life is not easy. Saint Louis Counseling therapists have participated in special training that provides care that addresses the unique clinical aspects and medical needs of service members and their families. ow.ly/bZXw30mAnzu
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Thank you to all our Veterans for your service and for your sacrifice.
We know military life is not easy. Saint Louis Counseling therapists have participated in special training that provides care that addresses the unique clinical aspects and medical needs of service members and their families.  http://ow.ly/bZXw30mAnzu

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PODCAST EPISODE #2: November 9, 2018

Guest: Danny Kerth
Vice President, Project Wakeup

Summary:
After two of their college friends died by suicide within two years of each other, Alex Lindley, Danny Kerth and about 20 of their friends at Mizzou couldn’t sit back and hope for the best any more. They had to do something. As the second-leading cause of death among young people, aged 15-24, suicide claimed 5,723 lives in that age group in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control. And the stigma associated with mental illness often serves as one of the main reasons teens and college students do not seek therapy when they need it most. Alex, Danny, et al. plan on changing that mindset. Project Wakeup is an endeavor they launched in 2014 to not only break the mental-health stigma, but even more importantly, to save lives.

In this second episode of Mental Health Matters, Executive Director Tom Duff talks with Danny, vice president of Project Wakeup, and Chris Denman, co-host and owner of We Are Live! Radio, to wake people up to suicide prevention. Project Wakeup is sounding the mental-health awareness alarm, and it’s time to listen!
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