Trauma Conference

HEALTH IS A SPIRITUAL MATTER

The Impact of Trauma on the Family
“Lighting the Way to Healing, Health and Resilience”


PLENARY SPEAKER Rev. Sebrone O. Johnson, Greater Harvest Church
Rev. Johnson is also the Vice President of Program Operations at the Urban League of Rochester. He sits on the Boards of Directors of E3 Rochester and Vertus Charter School where he adds community insight to the struggle of inner city youth for equitable education through the establishment of local charter schools. But most of all, he is a servant to the Glory of God.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Families with youth ages 10-18 years old who have experienced any of the following: sexual, emotional and physical abuse, suicide, violence, loss or any other traumatic events, and healthcare professionals, clergy, family advocates and community/academic leaders.

REGISTER BY OCTOBER 21
Cost: FREE but registration is required. Please click here to register. For answers to questions or conference information, please email ihmcroc@gmail.com or call us at (585) 436-9397.

WHERE & WHEN
Youth For Christ, 1 Favor Street, Rochester NY 14608
Saturday, November 9, 2019
9AM-3:30PM
(Continental breakfast and exhibitors at 8:30AM)

CONFERENCE OFFERINGS
Continental breakfast and lunch, registration packet, family resources, health exhibits, vendors, youth-led discussion, dynamic speakers, family panel discussion, creative expressions by youth, and a limited edition conference t-shirt.

2019 Health Is A Spiritual Matter Conference (Limited Edition) T-Shirt.

CONFERENCE PRESENTERS
Evangelist Nick Costello
Pastor Melvin Cross, Glory House International
Sylvia Johnson, LMSW, Behavioral Health Specialist
Brenda McKnight, I AM ISIAH, INC
Janice Moore-Johnson, I AM ISIAH, INC
Cory Sullivan

Here what presenter Sylvia Johnson has to say about family trauma and our November 9 conference.

PANELISTS
Marcella Cunningham
Stephanie Lucas
Dr. Kiah E. Nyame, ED.D, LPC, CPE
James Patterson Sr.
Marshae Puryear

FOR ADULTS
How Does Trauma Effect Your Mind, Body and Spirit?
Understanding Suicide Risk Factors and Warning Signs
Suicide Intervention, Postvention and Helping Survivors

FAMILY PANEL DISCUSSION
Lighting the Way to Healing, Health & Resilience in the Family

FOR YOUTH
Ages 10-13 and 14-18 years old
The Power of Transparency
Stay Thirsty for Life
Growing Strong: Building Resiliency in the Midst of Trauma

YOUTH & ADULT CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS
Directed by Mentors Inspiring Boys & Girls
Lighting the Way to Healing, Health & Resilience in the Family

OUR SPONSORS
See all of the wonderful champions who are working toward a healthier community.

RESOURCES
Watch an informative video highlighting shocking statistics (both good and bad) associated with post-Gulf War Veterans and get more information from our Mental Health Toolkit.