The i’Mpossible Project – Kicking My Blue Genes in the Butt
The Associated Students of Yakima Valley College (ASYVC) presents The i’Mpossible Project – Kicking My Blue Genes in the Butt featuring Joshua Rivedal. Learn how to live mentally well in college. This 75-minute talk is a three-part program; featuring a one-man Broadway style play, an education session, and panel discussion. Topics covered include suicide, mental health, and diversity. May 13, 2019 at 12:00pm in Kendall Hall, Building 12, Auditorium.
Joshua Rivedal is the creator and founder of Changing Minds: A Mental Health Based Curriculum and The i’Mpossible Project. He is trained in human capital management with an emphasis in coaching from NYU, and is also trained in QPR, ASIST, and the teacher’s edition of emotional intelligence at Yale University’s Center for Emotional Intelligence. He has spoken about suicide prevention, mental health, diversity, and storytelling across the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and Australia. He currently serves on the advisory board of Docz, a startup peer-to-peer mental health app. He wrote and developed the one-man play, Kicking My Blue Genes in The Butt (KMBB), which paired with suicide prevention education, has toured extensively throughout the world.
For people in Crisis Call 24 Hours a Day: Yakima County 509-575-4200, Kittitas County 509-925-9861, Klickitat County 1-800-572-8122, and National Suicide Prevention Lifeline-1-800-273-8255.
For more information about YVC’s event, contact Laura Yolo at 509-574-4775.