Hosted by Brittney Moses
UHSM and We Share invite you to join us as we present The Reset 2021, a faith, mental health, and wellness virtual summit.
We are so excited to join forces with UHSM ambassador Brittney Moses to bring this incredible event to life. Now more than ever, we need to focus on mental health and wellness, as well as our faith. The past two years have been difficult, and we take proper steps to heal from the challenges we faced in 2021. Join us online Saturday, July 24th, 2021, for an insightful and refreshing weekend as we hit reset to get our mind, body, and soul re-grounded and back on track.
You can register for FREE, but hurry, tickets are limited! Click here to reserve your spot!
As we get ready for Reset 2021, we want to give you a sneak peek at what is in store! Mental health recognition is on the rise, and we could not be more thrilled about it. Your health is not just physical but mental and spiritual as well. Mental disorders are among the most common causes of disability, and we are grateful to partner with so many great advocates promoting and encouraging life-changing habits. Transforming our mind, body, and soul is necessary to live the life God had intended for us.
“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”
“Then I said the strongest three words a person can say ‘I need help.’” Singer and Grammy award-winning recording artist opens about the importance of mental health and wellness. In the past, Michelle Williams was highly known for being a member of the R&B group Destiny’s Child but is now recognized for her courage and inspiration for enlightening others on why breaking the barriers on mental health is detrimental to your health and well-being.
“Speak bible verses over yourself, declare it, inject hope when there is none.” Lolo Jones is a 3x Olympian, 3x world champion, and 3x American record holder. Lolo is currently training to compete in the upcoming winter Olympic games in pursuit of her first Olympic medal. Not only is Lolo impressive as an athlete, but also the way she speaks openly about her Christian faith. She makes it a commitment to empower and inspire others who face socio-economic hardships.
“Nothing will ever change in your life until you begin to talk.”
From Pretzels to purpose, Anne Beiler has become an inspiration and advocate for mental health. You may have tasted one of her delicious Auntie Anne’s Pretzels but with Reset 2021, be prepared to taste her pursuit of helping others overcome past traumas and lead a life of purpose.
Dr. Caroline Leaf
Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a master’s and Ph.D. in Communication Pathology and a BSc in Logopedics. Caroline has done extensive research on the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, memory formation, helping raise awareness for those struggling with mental issues. Our brains have the power to heal themselves, and Caroline was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change with directed mind input.
“We may have pain, but not as great as His name.”
Jamie Grace is a two-time Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and actress. Diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, OCD, ADHD, and anxiety at an early age, Jamie actively advocates for joy, wellness, and mental health through the lens of music, film, and faith. Jamie has the heart and spirit of a warrior, advocating that “you are not alone,” the importance of mental health, and why you should always hold tight to your faith.
Morgan Harper Nichols
“Feel what you need to feel and take the time you need to heal.”
Morgan Harper Nicols is an artist and poet whose work is inspired by real–life interactions and stories. What makes Morgan unique is her method of turning people’s stories into art, which is then shared daily around social media, publications, and various creative collaborations and installations. Her faith and advocacy for staying healthy is an inspiration for all ages.