Sharon and JoyWell in the NEWS
Sharon is named as a national expert in NASW’s 1000 Experts Campaign providing expertise and leadership to journalists, policymakers, and others.
Sharon discusses the role of mental health professionals in schools with NASW.
Sharon participates in Twitter campaign to increase awareness of the 5 Signs of Mental Health Suffering.
Sharon participates on a social work task force to help ensure mental health resources in New York schools.
Sharon joins with The Joint Commission on their campaign “Speak Up: What you should know about adult depression” during Mental Health Awareness Month to help people become better informed about the common warning signs of adult depression, how to get the most out of treatments for depression, and advice for how to speak up if they or a loved one needs help.
Sharon’s authored article, “Call the Principal Not the Police: Preventing the School to Prison Pipeline” is highlighted on the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges website.
Sharon discusses incorporating spirituality and religion while working with clients.
Sharon is interviewed by NASW News regarding the bullying epidemic and how it relates to suicide among young people.
Sharon particpates as a judge in choosing award recipients for the Voice Awards, an awards program, which honors writers and producers of television shows and films that increase awareness of mental health and substance abuse issues.