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Monthly General Body Meeting

October General Body Meeting
Committee Open House

Thursday, October 10, 2019
6:30pm
The Chicago Urban League
4510 S. Michigan Ave

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MetroBoard will host its annual Committee Open House during the October General Body Meeting. Come out and meet the new committee chairs, learn more about upcoming programming & how you can get involved!

 

October 10th is  World Mental Health Day. During our October General Body Meeting Dr. KeaJuanis Malena will present an engaging presentation on mental health, well being, self care, and the importance of therapy as it can help a person define goals, clarify who they are and what they want out of life. 

About the Speaker

Dr. KeaJuanis Malena

Dr. KeaJuanis Malena is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, founder of Touch of Wholeness Psychological Services LLC., and a past president of the Chicago Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologist. Dr. Malena has served as a clinical supervisor at a psychiatric hospital, staff psychologist and assistant professor at a university and now devotes his energy, experience and training to the roles of Clinical/Training Director and visionary for Touch of Wholeness Psychological Services. Dr. Malena has over 12 years of experience providing individual, family and group therapy as well as psychological evaluations. He is a public speaker within schools, churches, and organizations in his communities, and has presented to local psychologists and counselors on suicide, trauma and other topics within psychology. He is an over comer, an idealist, a poet, a dedicated husband and father, and a man of God. Within these roles, Dr. Malena is a passionate advocate and protective voice for those who are most vulnerable and who are at their lowest points of life.