Inspired Minds

Marlowe Gelmon

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Neuroscience researcher, therapist, columnist, public speaker and Behavioral Therapeutics founder Marlowe Gelmon M.Sc., BCBA tells her personal story and reveals the science and stigma behind mental health. In today's world with 450 million people struggling with addiction and mental health disorders worldwide, the topic is shrouded in stigma. She discusses this uneducated thinking and her comprehensive approach as a Behavioral Strategist. Gelmon is a University of British Columbia graduate, Keynote Speaker for CBC Radio and Global News, a Contributing Writer for "Today's Parent Magazine," the Director of Mental Health Education at Living Well Now, Behavioral Therapist at Behavioral Therapeutics Calgary, Capital Campaign Director for the Neurological Wellness Association and CEO/Founder of Neuro INSights.