Much has been written about the current state of mental health. Studies tell us that COVID left many people with a kind of PTSD. But even if you don’t have obvious outward symptoms, you may be struggling or know someone who struggles. This episode is dedicated to helping you better understand the breadth, depth, and width of the mental health landscape.
My guest is Jason Hopcus. Jason spends his days running programs and organizations committed to helping others. He brings his studies, insights, and expertise to share with you.
Jason Hopcus acts as a motivator and catalyst for powerful cultural change within both for-profit and non-profit organizations. He believes the connection to oneself, one’s transparency, and one’s passion allows individuals to live a wholly authentic, full life. He creates systems of support for people working to deepen their relationships with their work, their play, and ultimately our world.
He contributes in the following ways:
– Founder of Connection Project, a for-profit company, and Connection Project Foundation, a 501c3
– Serves as President/CEO of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) for Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, a 501c3 RealPeopleRealLife.org