The mental and emotional impact of the coronavirus is being felt by adults and children across the nation. In this interview with Cox Media's Jeff Slater, Natasha shares the importance of being creative to emerge from the shutdown with our physical and mental health intact.
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Natasha A. Pierre is an award-winning speaker, author, certified professional life coach and a mental health advocate with over 20 years of lived experience. Her relatable speaking style allows her to connect with global audiences to share the importance of self-awareness, self-advocacy, community building and effective legislation.
Natasha has a B.A. in Mass Communications from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, a Social Security Administration Work Incentives Practitioner credential from Cornell University and a certificate in Ministry. For the last five years, Natasha has devoted much of her time to mental health education and advocacy. She is the Vice President for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)-Hillsborough affiliate, in Tampa, Florida, and serves on the board for Aaron’s House also in Tampa, FL.
Mental Health-Related Credentials and Certifications
Social Security Administration Work Incentives Practitioner
Florida State Supported Employment Certification
Mental Health First Aid Certification – Youth
Mental Health First Aid Certification – Adult
Facilitator - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Smarts for Advocacy Training
Facilitator - NAMI Peer to Peer Course
Facilitator - Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
Work Readiness Trainer
Advanced Reiki Practitioner