Monday, December 13 @ 11:00 am PST
Let’s Normalize Therapy | BetterHelp 101
- Guide you through every aspect of finding and participating in online therapy
- Answer any questions or curiosities you may have about signing up for and receiving therapy
- Share the healing benefits and opportunities that she sees when therapy can be accessed from anywhere at anytime
- Discuss how online therapy can help break barriers for those who may be hesitant or unable to access in-person therapy
Haesue will be joined by Host, Lisa Wall and SHE RECOVERS Community Participant, Suzie Spitfyre to discuss their personal experiences of receiving therapeutic support and the need to normalize therapy so all women in or seeking recovery can better access help.
ABOUT HAESUE JO
Haesue Jo, MA, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with experience providing individual and family therapy in community mental health, school settings, day treatment facilities, and via teletherapy. She is currently Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp, which allows her to empower other therapists to be successful at bringing their skills online. Her current clinical focus and interests include AAPI mental wellness, anxiety, relationship, and family dynamics, trauma, and gender identity. To practice self-care, she enjoys spending time with loved ones (including her dogs and cat), yoga & fitness, going to the aquarium, snowboarding in the winter, and seeing live music all year round.
We believe that when women heal, families heal, and communities do too.
The SHE RECOVERS Foundation Weekly #MentalHealthMonday Educational Series is composed of hour-long, live, recovery-focused educational sessions featuring today’s leaders in women’s wellness, mental health, and addiction recovery.
With Great Thanks
This series is made possible by Alkermes.
The SHE RECOVERS Foundation was awarded funding in 2021 as part of the Alkermes Inspiration Grants® program to re-launch #MentalHealthMonday in the fall of 2021. This critical grant support will help us to continue delivering our innovative #MentalHealthMonday Educational series and better meet the increasingly diverse needs of our growing community. We are humbled, grateful, and invigorated by this honor.