Veterans invited to the WVIA studios for Mind Over Matter taping
PITTSTON, Pa. – Veterans are invited to be part of a studio audience and community conversation for the next Mind Over Matter television special, Veterans: Wounded Within on Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 at 6 pm at WVIA studios in Pittston.
Part of WVIA’s Mind Over Matter mental health initiative, Veterans: Wounded Within will feature moderator Tracey Matisak and a panel of regional mental health experts discussing the mental health challenges of veterans. Hear stories from people who are coping with mental health challenges and find out where to get help. Audience members will have an opportunity to ask panelists questions during the program taping.
- Brian Keller, a clinical psychologist who is a veteran of both the Navy & the Army.
- Brigadier General (PA) Maureen Weigl, Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans Affairs
- David Eisele, Director of Lackawanna County Veterans Affairs
Reservations are free but limited and can be made at: wvia.org/mindovermatter
About Mind Over Matter
Those suffering from mental health issues often become victims of discrimination and social isolation due to the stigma attached to these disorders. This stigma is a significant public health issue and can inhibit those with mental illness to seek proper treatment and recovery.
In order to combat the stigma and increase awareness, prevention, treatment, and management of a range of mental illnesses, WVIA and Geisinger present Mind Over Matter: A Mental Health Initiative. Like WVIA’s successful Battling Opioids series, this public health initiative aims to improve the mental and physical health of our community through a multi-platform approach that includes television, radio, and digital content.
Mind Over Matter is presented by Geisinger.
WVIA educates, inspires, entertains and fosters citizenship, diverse cultures, and perspectives to nurture community.