Let us help you stay grounded in a world full of uncertainty, challenges and change.
Counseling and Psychological Services invite you to a useful and engaging event that will spotlight mental health, emotional wellness and resilience.
The Dallas College Mental Health Symposium Presents:
The Struggle is Real, but Resilience is More Real
RSVP to watch online or join us in person
Hear from best-selling author, mental health advocate and podcast host Nate Evans Jr. on strengthening your mental and emotional well-being and increasing your sense of self-worth.
This free symposium is open to all Dallas College students and employees, as well as community members. Food will be provided, but prior registration is required. If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch the symposium online.
Check-in opens for in-person attendees
Bill J. Priest Center Welcome Desk
Check-in opens for virtual attendees
Campus Watch Parties
- *Breakfast will only be provided to in-person attendees at Bill J. Priest.
Greetings and Welcome
Introduction of Chancellor
“The State of Collegiate Mental Health, Wellness and Resilience”
Keynote “Living a Life of Mental and Emotional Wellness and Resilience”
Nate Evans Jr.,
Inspirational Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Mental Health Advocate, Youth and Young Adult Mentor
Mental Well-Being and Resilience Curriculum
Mental Health and Wellness & Support Student Panel/Q&A
Dallas College employees and community members who would like to receive a certificate of attendance or Dallas College professional development credit, must
fill out this form at the end of the event. Students may request credit on the
event RSVP form. If you have any questions about completing the form, please contact Dr. Pamela Fox at