The Hume Center is a licensed, non-profit community mental health center with offices in Concord, Pittsburg, Richmond, Fremont, and Pleasanton.

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Third Thursdays for Therapists is Tonight!

As a graduate student, there can be a lot of hoops to jump through so it can be helpful to hear from early-career psychologists who have recently walked in your shoes. You will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges you've possibly encountered and to hear the challenges of being a psychologist during this time. 

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Hume Center is very proud of our trainees Julie Huynh and Roop Sabharwal who will be co-moderating this event and of all of our employees and alumni who will speaking be on the panel. Our Director of Training Natasha Molony, PhD and Clinic Manager Jamie Sayers will also be speaking at a virtual booth before the event from 3:30 to 5pm.

Future Third Thursday Seminars at TogetherWell:
9/17/2020: Supporting Men's Mental Health and Suicide Intervention
10/15/2020: Virtual Practice During the Opioid Epidemic

Reimagine Mental Health Care Conference

Hume's Meji Singh, Natasha Molony, and Chris Celio will be participating in Putnam Clubhouse's free virtual conference called Reimagine Mental Health Care on August 27, 2020. The list of speakers and topics is very exciting so be sure to attend the full conference, but we are most excited by Hume's Founding President Meji Singh, PhD and Director of Training Natasha Molony, PhD discussion regarding the Behavioral Health Consultation Training Center from 3:00 to 3:30.
The conference website and schedule is available hereTo watch Meji and Natasha's session, click here at 3pm on August 27, 2020.
Online Therapy Resources for Diversity

Click here for a list of 52 mental health resources for People with Disabilities, BIPOC, LGBTQ Individuals, and other populations.
NAMI CC Mental Health Speaker Series, Free and Open to the Public - Ask the Expert: Coping with COVID-19 - August 20, 2020

NAMI Contra Costa's speaker series continues tonight from 7 to 8:30pm. Click here for the Zoom link.
Dissertation Participants Needed:
Clinicians who have Worked with Clients Diagnosed with Eating Disorders

Hume Alumni Jennifer Casper is conducting a study concerning the potential efficacy and utility of a manual for incorporating feminist and psychodynamic perspectives into mirror exposure therapy for women in remission from anorexia nervosa who still struggle with body image disturbance. She is looking for input from clinicians who have worked with clients with eating disorders. This is an opportunity to contribute to the development of treatment options available to women who are in recovery from anorexia nervosa! Please click here for more information if you are interested.
Dissertation Participants Needed:
Young Adults who Sought Asylum as Unaccompanied Central-American Minors and Providers who have Worked with this Population

Eneida Sosa, MA is seeking mental health care providers who have experience in working with Unaccompanied Central-American Minors (UCAM) seeking asylum AND young Central-American adults who entered the country as unaccompanied minors seeking asylum and who have received mental health services.

For Providers: English Spanish
For Young Central-American Adults: English Spanish
Partner Spotlight: Operation Dignity

US Veterans experiencing homelessness in Alameda County should connect with Operation Dignity. Click here for more information.
Contra Costa SPIRIT Application Due 10/9/2020

Are you looking to earn college credit while learning how to become a Peer or Family Provider? Click here for the application.
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