Shane Mark Tull, a clinical psychotherapist and international mental health specialist, has officially launched a new Mental Health Pandemic book
The book, titled Mental Health Pandemic : Be Gentle on Yourself, was officially launched on February 2nd in Accra, Ghana.
The program began with a screening of a wealthy mental health documentary, after which people took turns sharing their standpoint on mental health and how they understand it.
Shane Mark Tull took the stage to officially commence his new book, ‘Mental Health Pandemic : Be Gentle on Yourself,’ articulating his reason for authoring the book and comparing his community to Ghana’s.
He went on to explain how he made the book straightforward for everybody who reads it to understand because it focuses on his work as a professional and the expectations that everyone has of people in his industry.
“Self-care is essential, and mental health must begin with us first,” he finished his address.
Dignitaries at the book launch took turns presenting their views on Shane Mark Tull’s newly released book, ‘Mental Health Pandemic : Be Gentle on Yourself,’ with one speaking on the lack of mental health services in Ghana and his desire to raise awareness that mental health is critical, putting the documentary on an infograph to ensure information is shared evenly.
Shane Mark Tull, inspired by the perspectives and contributions made by dignitaries and attendees at his book launch, noted that ‘Mental Health Pandemic : Be Gentle on Yourself’ is a gift to humility and Africa.
He also highlighted plans to engage and reach out to religious organizations and leaders about the significance of having a thorough understanding of mental health.
Shane Mark Tull climaxed the book launch by inspiring listeners to find peace in the little things they do and to prioritize themselves because no one does it better than them.
He ended by saying; “Be intentional about who and what you want to become because dreams never expire.”
About Shane Mark Tull.
Shane Mark Tull is a clinical psychotherapist, consultant, and life coach dedicated to promoting humanity’s psychosocial growth in both people and society. Mr. Tull has extensive clinical and intercultural professional experience dealing with critical groups.
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