MAY 18, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Paula Green, Citrus College Office of External Relations, 626-914-8873
Stacy Armstrong, Citrus College Office of External Relations, 626-857-4082
Media Advisory – Photo and Interview Opportunity
Citrus College to Celebrate Mental Health Month
Citrus College’s Psychology of Religion class will celebrate Mental Health Month with a program that features special speakers who will address the significance of the mind, body and spirit connection. The students will also take part in an exercise to promote peace and religious tolerance by releasing white doves.
The following individuals/groups will be in attendance:
-- Guest speaker Steve Avalos, a Citrus College counselor
-- Guest speaker Dr. Mark Dederichs, chiropractor
-- Dr. James Skalicky, Psychology of Religion class instructor
-- Citrus College students
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Center of the Citrus College Campus, Near the Fountain
1000 W. Foothill Blvd.
Glendora, Ca. 91741
May is Mental Health Month and the Citrus College Psychology of Religion class is joining forces with Mental Health America to make people more aware of those who suffer with mental illness. “Mental Health America believes, along with so many faith communities, that a mind, body, and spirit connection for well being and good health is inseparable,” said Dr. James Skalicky, Citrus College instructor and event organizer. “It seems to me that healthy religion and good psychology are both focused on improving the human spirit.”
Skalicky’s Psychology of Religion class is believed to be the only one of its kind on a community college campus. This year, it is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Citrus College.
Reporters and photographers who are interested in attending this event should call the Citrus College Office of External Relations at (626) 857-4082 to confirm.