Unity Includes Mental Wellness
In Unity, there is wellness – body, soul, spirit and mind. Your mental wellness contributes to the wellness of your entire being, a being that is valuable and worthy of the love and support afforded to all children of God.
“There is no permanent growth that comes from guilt, shame or fear.”
– Rev. Dr. Temple Hayes
What is a challenge but an opportunity to awaken our consciousness in a new way?
Mental health challenges are opportunities to remember that we are always connected to an unlimited Source of abundant good, and that there is plenty of everything we need to alleviate dis-ease. Mental wellness is yours – right here and right now.
For resources and more information visit: unity.org/resources/mentalwellness
Dean of Mental Health at the Institute for Leadership and Lifelong Learning International
Natasha A. Pierre is an award-winning speaker, author, certified professional life coach and a mental health advocate with over 20 years of lived experience. Her relatable speaking style allows her to connect with global audiences to share the importance of self-awareness, self-advocacy, community building and effective legislation.
Natasha was born and raised on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. She entered the world of professional speaking at age 14 as a co-host on her island’s teen talk show. She was lauded for her on-camera poise and confidence, and soon became a sought-after keynote speaker at territory-wide forums addressing education, health and economy.
Natasha has a B.A. in Mass Communications from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, and a Social Security Administration Work Incentives Practitioner credential from Cornell University. Her additional certifications include: Supported Employment, Peer Mentoring and Ministry. For the last five years, Natasha has devoted much of her time to mental health education and advocacy. She is the Executive Director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)-Hillsborough affiliate, in Tampa, Florida. She serves on the Board of Trustees for First Unity Spiritual Campus in St. Petersburg, FL, and is a faculty member of the Institute for Leadership and Lifelong Learning.
For more information email Natasha.
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Never Alone is forging an alliance of people and organizations dedicated to incubating a new vision for mental and emotional health and the resources available to people seeking support. The goal of the movement is to reduce the stigma and allowing people to know they are not alone, build communities of wellbeing where people can speak about it and enable them with the tools to work through it.