Founder/Executive Director Sean Brennan joins the Urban Justice Center’s 10 week workshop on “Systems Advocacy” a workshop designed to assist mental health peers more effectively advocate for our community. Sean will facilitate a two hour presentation on public speaking. This workshop is given twice a year.
The next workshop begins on September 19, 2018 and is held every Wednesday from 2-4pm to apply or to learn more about this workshop contact Peer Specialist Fay Owens @ 646-602-5637 or email email@example.com
The debut of the first episode of the Brain Food Garden Project produced informational podcast The Candor Report. The podcast cohosted by Comedian and Mental Health Peer Advocate Sharon Simon and Brain Food Garden Project Founder/Executive Director and Mental Health Peer Advocate Sean Brennan. The Candor Report will create an honest dialogue intersecting the Mental Health and Food Justice communities. And promotes a peer centric view on how gardening and making healthier food choices advances transformational healing.
Founder/Executive Director Sean Brennan joins the Howie The Harp Advocacy Center (HTH) faculty facilitating a course on food advocacy for mental health. This three hour program titled Feeding Our Mental Health will be taught twice yearly as part of their comprehensive mental health peer training curriculum. The program is divided into three sections: the history of Food Justice, food as medicine, and shopping and budgeting for healthier eating. (closed event)
To learn more about HTH or to download an application for the program click here.
The Summer/2018 Issue of the Seeds for Wellness Journal is published across all of Brain Food Garden Project’s social media platforms
Founder/ Executive Director Sean Brennan adresses an audience at the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES) 1-2pm (closed event)
Howie The Harp and the Peer Experience
A Conversation with HTH Director Lynnae Brown & Sean Brennan Founder/Executive Director of Brain Food Garden Project
For the Psychiatric Fellows Program at Columbia University (Closed Event)