Mental health fair

July 11, 2014 

ReDiscover Mental Health in Lee’s Summit was of one of six Mental Health First Aid Day training sites throughout metropolitan Kansas City. Nearly three dozens working professionals participated in training exercises July 10 at ReDiscover, including this group who exhibited the difficulties of a schizophrenic person in the midst of a psychosis state. Carol Roeder-Esser, left in pink, of Johnson County (Kan.) Mental Health helped facilitate the exercise. The one-day, metro-wide effort trained nearly 280 people on how to respond to someone who may be having a mental health crisis.

TORIANO PORTER — /the Journal

ReDiscover Mental Health in Lee’s Summit is of one of six Mental Health First Aid training sites throughout metropolitan Kansas City. Nearly three dozen working professionals participated in training exercises July 10 at ReDiscover, including this group who exhibited the difficulties of a schizophrenic person in the midst of a psychosis state. Carol Roeder-Esser, left in pink, of Johnson County (Kan.) Mental Health helped facilitate the exercise. The one-day, metro-wide effort trained nearly 280 people on how to respond to someone who may be having a mental health crisis.

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