ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM)- Rockford HOPE is hosting its first Men's Mental Fitness Morning. HOPE is an acronym for Helping Others through Prevention and Education.
The Men's Mental Fitness Morning is taking place at North Rockford Middle School Auditorium. It includes presentations from Eric Hipple, former Detroit Lions quarterback, current Outreach Coordinator for U of M's Depression Center, and author of "Real Men Do Cry" will provide a dynamic Keynote address!
He will be followed by three local experts discussing 1) "The Real Man Myth"- Al Heystek, LPC 2) "Biochemical Factors"- Psychiatrist, Dr. David Mazur, D.O. and 3) "How to Support a Suffering Loved One"- Gary Watson, LMSW.
The speakers will wrap up with a Panel Q&A session, and local therapists (Melissa Tower, Sara Vandebyl, and Mark Oltoff) will be available for private consultation.