Events

Current Events

I am available for booking to speak on your panel, at conferences, lead workshops, discussions, and to psychology students.

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Join Chetina Hunter, M.A., LMFT during this free workshop to have a space to learn coping skills and discuss with others. Please come with an open heart and willingness to heal together. Please sign in on time, there is a grace period of no later than 15 minutes after start time. Sign up closes the Friday before at midnight and the link will be sent to your email on Saturday.

A Journal Discussion will be not be occurring after December 2020 until further notice.

HUGE  ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!
Always Live Lovely, will be starting a new series called, Breaking Barriers: A Mental Health Conversation.
We are so very excited for what is in store and the positive impact this can have on the community.
A variety of topics will be discussed with various guests. This is not an interview vibe, we are not hitting you with all the facts, but more of a dialogue to gain some information and feel more comfortable to talk to the people around you about these topics. We also hope it encourages people to seek help if needed.
A new episode will be dropped each month!!! So be on the lookout, as it will be available on all of the #alwayslivelovely platforms. Subscribe, follow, sign up, and tell a friend.
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#blacktherapist #newseries #mentalhealthcommunity #breakingbarriers #shatterthestigma #healtogether

Past Events

September 22, 2018: Oakland, CA 

CoCo Coalition Black and Healthy Conference: Nurture the Black Woman

October: Oakland, CA

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Out of the Darkness Walk

Fundraising & Walk to support suicide prevention located at Lake Merritt

2019

Always Live Lovely decided to not participate in the walk, but instead focused on fundraising.

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2018

2017

April 11, 2018: Hayward, CA

California State University, East Bay: Diversity and Inclusion Center

Free event for students

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