New Movement Powered By EHS
We are excited to announce the launching of The MIND MOVEMENT! This movement aims to go beyond mental illness and acknowledge something we all have; Mental Health. We aim to encourage people to tend their mental health in the same attention we give out physical health.
How our culture and specifically the entertainment industry views self-care and mental wellness is often problematic, and we are striving to address that problem at the roots through the efforts of the M.I.N.D. Movement.
Learn more at www.mindmvt.com
EHS Conducts Pivotal Mental Health Research
Unfortunately, there is very little research on the status of mental health in entertainment. If you are in the entertainment industry and want to be a part of the movement to the end the stigma around mental health, please take our survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1I6xjzMU6-q0AXet8sCMCQ-IRNlzIY1X7sHQbtWuDJrI/viewform?edit_requested=true
August 16, 2017
EHS president, Elizabeth Porter, with Centricity Music's John Mays (left) and Christian Music Artist, Jason Gray (right); during interview for upcoming article "Entertaining the Critics".
Fox 17 Nashville News interviews EHS President Elizabeth Porter and musician, Alicia Michilli, on common stresses related to the Entertainment Industry and EHS.