ATLANTA, GEORGIA – The excitement continues to build for Someone Cares Inc. 2019 Health & Wellness Symposium at Someone Cares conference center in Marietta, Georgia on November 21-22, 2019. The committee anticipate welcoming symposium participants at the opening reception on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. This is your opportunity to register now as seating is limited at www.s1catl.org underneath the Symposium section of the website. Book your room at The Hyatt Regency Suites Atlanta Northwest to receive the discounted rate offered to symposium attendees.
The two-day conclave is packed with educational workshops and trainings presented by health professionals, nurse practitioners, doctors, and mental health professionals.
Courtesy of Georgia AIDS Education & Training Center (GA AETC), the Symposium will benefit and be enriched from the expertise of two educated, young and gifted black gay professionals.
Machel Hunt is an accredited relationship counsellor and psychosexual therapist and his presentation at the symposium is titled, “Cultural Humility and Power Dynamics in a Clinical Setting for Trans X Communities”. He was born and raised in London, England and has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Greenwich, a Master of Science in Counselling Psychology from Westminster University in London and a post graduate Masters in Relationship Counselling and Psychosexual Therapy from the Institute of Sexuality and Human Relations. Mr. Hunt is the Assistant Director of Clinical Programs at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
Daniel Driffin, activist and youth leader, hails from Rochester, New York and resides in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from Morris College with a degree in biology, he began working at a community health center in Florence, South Carolina, where he provided pre and post HIV counseling. In 2015, Mr. Driffin headed back to school full-time to complete his Master of Public Health at Morehouse School of Medicine. During that time, he also co-founded Transforming HIV Resentment into Victories Everlasting (THRIVE) Support Services, an online support network for Black gay and bisexual men living with HIV. His presentation at the symposium is titled, “HIV and Housing.”
Opportunities to exhibit is still open, just log on to www.s1catl.org and view the symposium section to sign up and register to attend.
The Symposium attracts a wide audience across all ethnic and social demographic lines — as we’re all one in this global arena of culturally diverse populations. Space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, please call Someone Cares headquarters at 678 921 2706, visit the symposium section on www.s1catl.org or email Doug Anthony at email@example.com.