Saturday, July 24, 2021 A New Day Fellowship Church Gymnasium
510 E Avenue J, Temple Texas 76504
Is my community affected by Mental Illness?
Have a discussion with Mental Health Professionals
Addressing all mental health issues PTSD, Anxiety, depression, substance abuse etc.
Spanish translator on site
Revlon Wilson is the Founder/Executive Director of Rich Lady Rich Girl, a youth mentoring organization, and principal therapist at No Other Way Counseling, a counseling and mental health consulting agency in Killeen, Texas. She holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago and most recently earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Destiny Bible University in Killeen Texas.
Revlon has worked in the field of Psychology since 2005 and uses words, both written and verbal, to encourage, empower, and uplift. Her work as a counselor directly aligns with her spiritual gifts of exhortation and shepherding. She established Rich Lady Rich Girl in November 2016 to serve at-risk girls in diverse populations. The mission of Rich Lady Rich Girl is to develop self-awareness, physical enrichment, spiritual illumination, and scholastic achievement in school-aged girls in order to improve their social stature.
In her free time, Revlon writes poetry, has authored a children’s book “My Pants Ate My Legs”, and spends quality time with her children and grandchildren. Revlon is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Alpha Nu Omega Chapter.
Revlon believes we must all invest in our youth until we live in a world where every young lady is cultivated through nurturing relationships and community support and has actualized their full potential as accountable and accomplished members of society.
Nailah Trought is a proud Toastmaster. She joined Toastmasters International to face her fears and to learn to better manage her anxiety. She has achieved Innovative Planning level 5 and Presentation Mastery level 5 in the Toastmasters curriculum of speaking and leadership projects. Since joining, Nailah has learned that she loves sharing personal stories, through speaking, in hopes of relating to and inspiring others.
Mental Health Poem, read by Revlon Wilson
Chinonyerem J. Okwara, M.D.
Dr. Okwara is currently a staff psychiatrist with Baylor Scott and White Health Department of Psychiatry in Temple, TX and an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Texas A&M University Health Science Center, College of Medicine.
Born in Nigeria, she has spent most of her adolescent and adult life so far in the great state of Texas. Some of the things that drew her to medicine was service and she became primarily drawn to Psychiatry for the nuances of relationships we have with others and ourselves.
She is proud to be part of the central Texas community. She is a wife and mother to three wonderful children.