Scott Stoner and The American Culture Event

Scott Stoner has a tremendous commitment to the homeless. Every Saturday, Scott and his wife, Dawn, load their trailer and take food to the many homeless in Kansas City. Scott is a major supporter of the American Culture event. In the video that accompanies this article, Scott shares his feelings about the American Culture event.

Charles Moore on The American Culture Event

Mental health is one of the leading causes of community dysfunction. Healthy People Community uses the creative process of live art to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals suffering from mental health. Our approach is based on the belief that the creative process involved in artistic self-expression helps individuals to resolve conflicts and problems, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress, increase self-esteem and develop awareness.

Art therapy is an effective modality to use in the community, because it influences individuals who have suffered from mental health issues in the past to creatively construct their own story in safe and supported ways. This event in the past has assisted participants to gather information and develop a more comprehensive understanding of how art therapy can be used with children, adolescents, and adults.

American Culture will present an overview of art therapy, and will offer the opportunity for participants to discuss and experience the use and relevance of using art, and music to combat mental illness. It will begin with an understanding of what art therapy is, how it can be used and how different art materials may impact on what a individual is feeling.

To support this overview, individual testimonials on how art therapy context can help mental health illness will be understood from a clinical perspective, and religious perspective. Throughout the day, the event will be supported by an emotional component where those in attendance will a have first hand experience of how art treatment has helped so many recover from Mental Health illnesses .

Event Details:

August 26, 2017 3:30pm – 7:30pm

Rotary Park

600 NW Vesper St, Blue Springs, MO 64014

Admission: Free

Additional Details:

American Culture will be Catered by Spice ‘n’ Smoke Catering.

KID Culture, will feature water slides, face painting, Blue Bunny Ice Cream Truck, and much more for children.

Live Entertainment: DJ , Live Performers , and much more.

About the Presenters

Chucky Moore , MHFA ,CMT, PCA , Health Care Administrator, CEO MBG. Chucky Moore has over 19 years of experience working in the health care fields. He has worked with every demographic of individuals, from Mental health, Autistic, Acute, Geriatric, and Behavior health to provide treatments for their individual illnesses.

Becka Roberts , is the community relations director for American Culture. Rebecca Roberts has experience with recovery and, mental health treatment. She has witnessed first hand the effects of community dysfunction caused by mental health illness. She is a mother, business woman, and youth organizer for Maywood Baptist Church.

Scott Stoner , is the community outreach director for American Culture. Scott Stoner is a community organizer, who has worked with organizations such as Team Jesus, Maywood Baptist Church. Scott has endlessly volunteered to bring awareness and recovery to individuals living in the local homeless communities.

Barbie Sanserevino Daniels RASAC II , is the clinical organizer for American Culture. Barbie Daniels is a community leader, and counselor at Heartland Center for Behavioral Change. She has dedicated her life to helping others develop structured lives.

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