Annual Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center Luncheon
November 1, 2019: Held at the Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for Performing Arts. Go to the Annual Luncheon event page for more information.
2018 Luncheon Recap
We are grateful to have so many passionate advocates for mental health in our community. At the sold out 2018 Annual Luncheon, we brought together more than 700 people in support of mental health care, research and community programs in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West. This year’s theme, #Hooked: How Technology Impacts Mental Health, addressed smartphones, social media and stress with Jean Twenge, PhD, author of iGen, and Nir Eyal, author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products.
2018 Annual Luncheon Videos
Upcoming Community Programs and Workshops
All of these programs and workshops (with the exception of Working Minds Train the Trainer) are free and open to the public with registration required. For more information and full descriptions about these programs, please visit our Community Programs page. Interested in attending? Please contact community programs manager Alex Yannacone at 303-724-8768 to RSVP.
Toolbox Learning Series
The Toolbox Learning Series provides lifelong tools and skills to ensure mental wellness for individuals within our community.
Throughout the year, the Johnson Depression Center’s Education Events Committee co-hosts ToolBox Learning Series events on current and relevant topics led by an expert clinician from the Center. Past talks include mindfulness, anxiety in teens, and stress management.
If you are interested co-hosting with the Center, please reach out to Alex Yannacone at 303-724-8768.
These events are free and open to public thanks to the Kathy and Brad Coors Foundation.
Recent Toolbox Series Talks