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The Ultimate Guide To Student Mental Health

Author: Christina Broderick

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This podcast series is hosted by the CEO/Founder of IgnitEDU, Christina Broderick. This mini- series covers student mental health in 5 different areas—in the home, in school, in the community, from a man and student’s perspective. Listen with the intent to learn, as we tackle the Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health. Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
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Nelson Thomas, Chief Marketing Office for ecoText, a technology platform that creates opportunity through affordability, one textbook at a time, talks with Christina about his experience with mental health as a student. Christina and Nelson move through the elementary years through the college years and how mental health support looked and shaped his trajectory. As a former collegiate athlete, Nelson dives into student athletes and mental health. Both talk about what students themselves can do for their mental health, and how administrators can help make a difference. Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
RB Alverna, founder of The Academy 365, a nonprofit organization that does wrap around mentorship for black boys, talks with Christina about mental health and boys. Christina intentionally wanted to pull out this area, as there continues to be a difference regarding who is seeking mental health support and the stigma around men and mental health. Christina and RB talk about toxic masculinity, the barriers that persist within the communications with boys and their mental health, as well as what changes need to occur so our young men can thrive. Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
Joi Britt, LCSW, founder of  Life Intentionally Psychotherapy Services and host of the Joi of Social Work podcast, talk about mental health in the community, looking at services, support and even get into religion. Christina and Joi explore the different ways in which various parts of the community have an impact on students and how communities can come together to make a change.  Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
Joshua Rodriguez, founder of the J & L show and Special Education coordinator at a middle school in New Jersey, talks with Christina about mental health support within the education system. Christina and Josh discuss what both of their experiences entailed working with students with special needs, including the gap in services for those who may not be classified, but still need support. Most importantly, they talk about how ALL students should be receiving mental health education and what that can and should look like within the school system. Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
In this episode, Christina talks about her journey into mental health and the challenges she’s experienced that led her to build IgnitEDU. She shares about her childhood, her path into social work, quitting her job during a global pandemic, and what she hopes to see for the future of proactive student mental health. Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
Courtney Mick, LSW, founder of Courtney Chanel Says and mom to toddler, Aiden, talks with Christina about what mental health looks like in the home. Christina and Courtney discuss what challenges have persisted within home environments, (e.g., what happens in this house, stays in this house), as well as what parents can begin doing to help their kids and their family with mental health. Grab your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Student Mental Health Workbook or enroll in our Student Mental Health Online Course at Ignitedu.net
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