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Zee Clarke (Harvard College '02, HBS '08) went from Fortune 500 companies to teaching mindfulness and breathwork to people of color. After experiencing a number of race related challenges, she realized that mindfulness and breathwork were the key to maintaining mental health. During this event for Black History Month, Clarke will share a glimpse of the experiences of Black people in America. A preview to her new book, Black People Breathe, Clarke will also guide us through breathing practices.
Femtech, technology-enabled, consumer-centric products and solutions that meet the traditionally overlooked medical and mental health conditions of women are growing!
In this panel, the founders who are developing and offering technology and services to improve women’s mental health will discuss their company and how they are improving women’s lives.
The panelist will include Emilė Radytė, Co-founder and CEO of Samphire Neuroscience and Victor Vanbremeersch, CEO of Moonalisa.
We are professionals and students in the field of mental health. By the time we start practicing, we will have gone through a hurdle race of supervised hours, standardized testing, and internship applications that are too often presenting extra challenges for our colleagues with visible or invisible disabilities. In this conversation, we will discuss some of these barriers, notice where ableism is making our field less accessible, and share tips to be a better ally and advocate in our field.
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Join our team of experts: Alli Spotts-De Lazzer: Therapist, Eating Disorder Specialist, and author of MeaningFULL: 23 Life-Changing Stories of Conquering Dieting, Weight & Body Image Issues; A Shadi Kourosh, Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School, and researcher on Zoom dysmorphia; and Andrew Gelwicks, Celebrity stylist, author of The Queer Advantage, DEI speaker, voice on fashion & mental health, as they provide insight into this area of Fashion and Mental Health.