[Noisebridge-discuss] Mental health professional training?

Christina Olson daravinne at gmail.com
Sun Feb 12 15:13:49 PST 2012


I'm actually in favor of this.  Knowledge is empowering and it seems
like a lot of people don't know how to handle the less-than-balanced
before they get to the point of threatening people with imaginary
firearms.  I don't think we need much group consent for it either, i'd
show up to this and I think if it just happened (hint hint) lots of
people would either also just show up to it or wander in based on
already being in the space.





p.s. THE KEYPAD GOES ON THE TOP DOOR WITH THE PORTHOLE



On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 1:09 AM, aestetix aestetix <aestetix at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't post here much anymore, but I noticed there has been some friction
> with an unwelcome guest or two. I've seen a lot of people make various
> claims about different incidents, but it seems like people still feel scared
> and threatened.
>
> I've found that when I've felt that way, reaching out to a professional has
> worked for me. Would people at Noisebridge be open to inviting a mental
> health professional to come and give a session teaching people what to look
> for and how to handle situations when they come up?
>
> Just a thought. It seems like a positive and productive way to help the
> community.
>
> aestetix :)
>
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