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May 30, 2020
Mental Health Conversation + Song with MIGUEL!

Mental Health Conversation + Song with MIGUEL!

Conversation moderated by Torri Shack about Mental Health with Tangible Movement Ambassador, Grammy Award Winning Singer / Songwriter- MIGUEL

MIGUEL will also perform a song after the conversation.

WE RISE 2020: Virtual May is a month-long spotlight on wellbeing and healing through art, music and creative expression to help the entire Los Angeles County community. We are stronger together. And, together, we are building a community where everyone feels a sense of belonging, connection, meaning and purpose. This is a safe space where all are welcome.

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May 10, 2020
Womens Mental Health: linking abuse and trauma

Womens Mental Health: linking abuse and trauma

WOMEN'S MENTAL HEALTH: LINKING ABUSE, TRAUMA, AND MENTAL HEALTH
A conversation about how experiencing abuse causes mental health challenges for the survivor. Abuse isn't always obvious. Find out how you know that you're being abused, what it means for your mental health and learn about how you can actually fully recover from this.

🟠 Ronia Fraser - Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coach, Rock 'n' Roll Coach Roni®
🟠 Torri Shack - Founder & Executive Director of Tangible Movement
Want to learn more about our panelist? Check out their bios at 320festival.com

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May 9, 2020
Mental Health in the Education System

Mental Health in the Education System

We are going to be tackling issues of stress, depression, the influence of a pandemic, and how our educational system can not only support but truly contribute to the improved mental health of students. Our amazingly talented panelists will be providing statistics surrounding and analyzing how mental health improves or hinders students' success. Opening up the discussion surrounding how schools can do better and what students need from their administrators. This panel hopes to educate, equip, and elaborate on this next generation's mental health, from the voices who have studied and the voices who are living in it.

🟠 Cyn Gomez - Senior at Sierra Vista High School + Tangible Movement Ambassador will Moderate the Panel

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May 8, 2020
LGBTQ+ and Mental Health / 320 Festival

LGBTQ+ and Mental Health / 320 Festival

LGBTQ+
A discussion regarding the unique & specific pressures faced by members of the LGBTQ+ Community.

🟠 Torri Shack - Founder & Executive Director of Tangible Movement
🟠 Juan Acosta - Mental Health & LGBTQ+ Advocate & National Speaker
🟠 Yves Mathieu East - Musician / Model / Influencer
🟠 Elizabeth Stephens - Operations/Outreach Coordinator of NAMI Westside Los Angeles
Want to learn more about our panelist? Check out their bios at 320festival.com

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February 22, 2020
Tangible Movement x NOSTGMA Band Mental Health Benefit Concert & Survivor Testimonials

Tangible Movement x NOSTGMA Band Mental Health Benefit Concert & Survivor Testimonials

Tangible Movement is proud to present our 3rd Benefit Concert for Mental Health, featuring The NOSTGMA Band. The event will also feature "Survivor Testimonials" from:
  • Renowned actor Ignacio Serricchio aka"Nacho, who has had roles on Young and the Restless, Bones, General Hospital and most recently the Netflix series Lost in Space." He recently lost his brother to suicide.
  • Safia Mafia is a multi-genre singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, with roots planted in Oakland, CA. She will speak about her experiences with Depression and Suicidal Ideation which started for her at the age of 6 years old after her fathers murder.
  • Torri Shack is the Executive Director of Tangible Movement. She has battled with mental illness since the age of 14 and is a 2x attempted suicide survivor.
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February 13, 2020
Lets Talk: Mental Health In the Asian Community

Lets Talk: Mental Health In the Asian Community

Join us as we chat about Mental Health in the Asian American community. All proceeds will benefit Tangible Movement Non-profit.

About this Event

We'll be discussing mental health in the Asian American community and the stigma behind it.

The Facts:

Cultural factors, such as language, age, gender, and others, can influence the mental health of Asians, particularly immigrants

Traditional (adhering to native values) Asians place great value on the family as a unit. Each individual has a clearly defined role and position in the family hierarchy and is expected to function within that role, submitting to the larger needs of the family

Social stigma, shame, and saving face often prevent Asians from seeking behavioral health care

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August 17, 2019
Suicide Awareness Benefit Concert & Survivor Testimonials for Charity!

Suicide Awareness Benefit Concert & Survivor Testimonials for Charity!

Tangible Movement is proud to present our Suicide Awareness Benefit Concert, featuring The NOSTGMA Band. The event will also feature "Survivor Testimonials" from Ignacio Serricchio aka"Nacho," Torri Shack & Rhett Lindsey.

This special night of music and testimony is meant to raise awareness for suicide prevention. The event will highlight Tangible Movement's mission devoted to raising awareness for mental health.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Tangible Movement's mission to #endthestigma of mental health conditions. Find out more about Tangible Movement or to make an additional donation visit www.tangiblemovement.org.

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June 22, 2019
Music and Mental Health Fundraising Event to Benefit Tangible Movement!

Music and Mental Health Fundraising Event to Benefit Tangible Movement!

Tangible Movement is proud to present its 1st Annual Mental Health Awareness Concert featuring Ignacio Serricchio aka"Nacho" & The NOSTGMA band, with special guest Rumer Willis

This special night of music is meant to raise awareness for mental health, addiction and suicide prevention. The concert will highlight Tangible Movement's mission devoted to raising awareness for mental health.

Proceeds from the show will go to Tangible Movement. Find out more about Tangible Movement or to make an additional donation visit www.tangiblemovement.org.


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May 18, 2019
Miguel & Torri Shack about Mental Health at Maya Angelou High School.

Miguel & Torri Shack about Mental Health at Maya Angelou High School.

Tangible Movement lead ambassador + Grammy Award winning singer- song writer, Miguel along with Torri Shack -Executive Director of Tangible Movement  talking about their struggles with mental Health at Maya Angelou High School Branded Arts Event.

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May 18, 2019
WE RISE: Suicide + The Semicolon

WE RISE: Suicide + The Semicolon

WE RISE - Suicide and Semicolon Panel Discussion Featuring Miguel- R&B Singer and Tangible Movement Ambassador. Also featuring  Tangible Movement Executive Director and Suicide Survivor Torri Shack  and Suicide Survivor Kevin Hines

A project of the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, WE RISE provides a space for people to contextualize our individual and collective suffering and take action to reimagine what is possible.


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May 17, 2019
Southeastern Symposium on Mental Health 2019

Southeastern Symposium on Mental Health 2019

Reducing Mental Health Disparities Through Sustaining and Strengthening Healthy Communities: Increasing Knowledge through Research, Education and Practice

The Southeastern Symposium on Mental Health provides an opportunity for stakeholders to collaborate across disciplines and share research findings utilizing evidence-based outcomes in order to improve patient-centered care.

The Symposium will address the multi-faceted nature of mental health, mental illness and will include regional and national keynote speakers.

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