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*FLASH SALE* 2024 Men Suffer Too! Retreat

*FLASH SALE* 2024 Men Suffer Too! Retreat

Regular price $1,997.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $1,997.00 USD
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Don’t miss out on a once-in-a lifetime event…FOR MEN! LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE! Contact us with any questions: hello@mentalhealthtalk.live

Dates: October 3-6, 2024 | Location: Kissimmee, FL

All Inclusive Retreat Includes: Lodging, Meals (please notify us of any dietary restrictions) and Airport Pickup/Drop-off. Excursions are an additional cost.

Regular Rate: $2797.00

Join us for an unprecedented opportunity to engage and empower men! Experience a unique event dedicated to fostering connections. Discover preventive strategies for maintaining optimal health and proactive methods to sustain positive mental well-being.

This 3-day retreat offers distinctive self-care experiences focused on loving who you are as men and being comfortable with it. Enjoy a personal chef, exciting excursions, and engaging fellowship with one another!

Take this chance to invest in your mental health and well-being in a supportive and understanding environment.

This once-in-a lifetime retreat is sponsored by Dr. Leslie Rogers. 
 
Dr. Leslie Rogers is the Founder & CEO of Mental Health Talk LLC. She is also the publisher of Mental Health Talk Magazine, and the founder of the Men's Suffer Too! campaign. She completed 25 years of service with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as an Intelligence Analyst and Employee Assistance Program Coordinator (EAPC) for the Counterterrorism Division. Dr. Rogers is a former psychologist with the Fayetteville VA Medical Center (FVAMC) where she specialized in treating veterans with a wide range of mental health concerns, that include complex trauma histories. Dr. Rogers currently provides psychotherapy and testing services at a private practice located in Fayetteville, NC.
 
Men Suffer Too! is a growing movement that was established by Dr. Leslie Rogers to create awareness around men and mental health/illness. The purpose of the Men Suffer Too! Campaign is to encourage open dialogue around men’s medical and mental health without fear of judgment, and to use these discussions as safe platforms to reduce stigmas. Normalizing communications around mental health has many benefits, to include engagement in services when needed and aiding in building healthy relationships. Our end goal is to serve as models and voices of both men and male youth toward recognizing that, "It's Okay To Not Be Okay"; and, more importantly, it's okay to speak up and out about mental health experiences. Men Suffer Too! is committed to raising awareness about men's mental health issues.

Participate in meaningful discussions designed to teach practical techniques for managing stress, improving mental resilience, and enhancing overall wellness.

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