Food for Thought: MyWellBeing
The Food for Thought discussion series continues virtually on Thursday, June 18, as Brookfield Place partners with retailers and influential individuals for a conversation about mental health, stress management, and other related topics. The discussion will feature LMSW and Founder /CEO of MyWellbeing, Alyssa Petersel; and other speakers TBA.
The event will take place on @BFPLNY’s Instagram Live, as part of #BFPLatHome digital programming.
The Food for Thought monthly series explores themes related to wellness and sustainability. Hear from influential voices from various fields and be a part of the conversation during the Q&A segment. This series will take place on the third Thursday of each month, through November 2020.
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Missed last month’s Food for Thought on fitness and setting personal goals? View it HERE.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Alyssa Petersel, LMSW is Founder and CEO of MyWellbeing, where she and her team connect people with the *right* therapist, while helping therapists build and manage their business. Alyssa, also a writer and therapist, released her award-winning debut narrative nonfiction anthology, Somehow I Am Different, in 2016. Alyssa graduated from Northwestern University in 2013, graduated summa cum laude from New York University in 2017 with her Master’s in Social Work, and graduated from The Writer’s Institute at CUNY Graduate Center in 2017. Named one of Crain’s Notable Women in Healthcare 2019, Alyssa and her team have helped over 15,000 people find the right therapist for them and have been featured in prominent publications like Forbes, Allure, HuffPost, Cosmopolitan, bloom, and more. MyWellbeing supports thousands more through innovative, stigma-ending content and community building. A native New Yorker, in her off-hours, Alyssa enjoys spending time with her friends and family, social justice, and learning more about others’ cultures and world views.