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Access RUMERTIME Conversations (ARC)

May 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT Free
The ARC podcast is about de-stigmatizing and de-mystifying mental health using the RUMERTIME Process, a five-step, social-emotional problem-solving strategy. Listeners will learn how to solve their everyday problems related to self and others. When you can’t find or pay for a therapist, social worker or psychologist practicing the RUMERTIME Process will equip and empower you to “heal yourself.”

Our next Access RUMERTIME® Conversations (ARC) guest Marketta Brown is a trailblazer. She is a Licensed Minister of the Gospel, a mother of five boys and the grandmother of three boys and one girl. Marketta is also a licensed foster parent and has been fortunate to care for two bonus boys and a girl. Marketta holds the title of Entrepreneur. She owns Divine Non Emergency Transportation and runs an NGO called “My Sister’s Keeper.” She has been living in Elkhart, Indiana, USA, since 2008.

Come and hear how the RUMERTIME Process has further renewed Marketta’s mind and how she incorporates the RUMERTIME Process® in her daily life.

Join us live on Monday May 09 2022 at 12PM EST for Episode #09 of Access RUMERTIME Conversations (ARC) with Dr. Yvonne Larrier, and co-hosts Vanessa Kelleybrew, Dr. Geneva Fleming, and LaVerne Shaw-Bailey to learn more about Marketta’s story. Don’t miss out on our discussion as you’ll learn more about how to become a conscious problem-solver and your own life coach using the RUMERTIME Process.

We will be live on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Let’s RUMERIZE!

 

May 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free
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Organizer

Dr. Yvonne Larrier
770-862-5768
ylarrier@gcscored.org

Venue

Virtual
Virtual Event
1-833-427-5697

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