Episode 41 Overview–
In this episode, Dr. Jeck sits down with Renee Norden, Executive Director of the Mental Health Association of Fauquier. Listen in as they discuss reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness. Ms. Norden also shares the warning signs of mental health issues and how to access help when needed.
Renee Norden, Executive Director of the Mental Health Association of Fauquier
Renee Norden joined the Mental Health Association of Fauquier as Executive Director in November 2020. Prior to this, she held the position of Director for Guidance and College Counseling at Highland School in Warrenton for 14 years, providing counseling to students, families and staff, and coordinating care for students with mental health providers. While at Highland, she has also served on the Mental Health School Coalition, working with other community stakeholders to address youth mental health concerns. Renee also has been instructing Youth Mental Health First Aid since 2015. Renee holds a degree in psychology from William and Mary and a master’s of education in counseling from the University of Virginia. She and her husband, David, live in Old Town Warrenton. Their two daughters are currently in college.
Discussion Topics –
- What services are offered especially for young people?
- What is on the horizon for Fauquier mental health?
- How can we strengthen our partnership with FC mental health?
Related Link(s) and Resources –
- Mental Health Association of Fauquier County
- FCPS Youth Mental Health First Aid (Purple Lanyard Initiative)
- Cowboys QB Dak Prescott talks openly on mental health
- Morgan’s Message
Season 3 Sponsors –
- Stantec –
Stantec is the architectural firm for the project at Cedar Lee Middle School. Huge thanks to Dr. Bill Bradley and Derk Jeffrey for agreeing to sponsor this podcast.
- Lovin’ Cup, LLC –
Lovin’ Cup is a personal chef business located in Orlean, Virginia. Feel free to contact Chef David for personal chef services at email@example.com or 434-996-7398.
Please note: The views expressed on this podcast are not necessarily the views of FCPS.