Join us in person for the 16th Annual Seeds of Hope event hosted by Loma Linda University (LLU) Behavioral Health. Be inspired as patients, families, staff and supporters share their life-changing experiences made possible by LLU Behavioral Health. Learn how to support LLU Behavioral Health programs and make a difference in the lives of patients.
Proceeds from ticket sales and on-site donations will go toward supporting the LLU Behavioral Health services program. Those interested in attending are able to purchase individual tickets or entire tables.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Registration and reception at 5:00 p.m. Program begins at 6:00 p.m. Dinner and dessert will be served.
Bertrand M Moses, MS has worked as a psychotherapist and counselor for 15 years and is the founder of Balance 365, an organization that provides mental health support to individuals and organizations through psychotherapy, career coaching, workshops, consulting, volunteerism and policy development.
Bertrand has recently started a position with UNICEF. He considers himself fortunate to serve as the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Specialist responsible for implementing policies, programs, and initiatives in 12 countries in the Caribbean under the Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office.
Prior to his current role, Bertrand was the National Coordinator of Child Affairs in the Office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago. In this role, Mr. Moses implemented national child protection, development, and wellbeing initiatives through programs, strategies, and policies such as coordinating the development of the first National Child Policy in the Eastern Caribbean. The policy covers child abuse, health care, child rights, and more.
Moses holds a Master of Science degree (2013) in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University, where he was the 2020 SBH Alumni of the year, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Sciences (Psychology emphasis) from Andrews University. Mr. Moses is an alumnus of the United Nations Graduate Study Programme in Geneva, Switzerland and in 2020 he was awarded a scholarship from the United Nations University for Peace to pursue the Diploma in Global Leadership as well as, being selected as one of 10 international leaders.
With your help we can raise awareness for behavioral health and support those who need help today!
To learn more about LLU Behavioral Health services, visit LLUBMC.org.
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For additional information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Crystal Russom. All proceeds benefit patient scholarships for youth and their families who are on their journey to recovery.
For more information please contact Crystal Russom at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (909) 558-5335