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Black Mental Wellness Interview

Guest Contributor: Kauri Mowll

Certified Professional Project Manager

Certified Life and Relationship Coach

Tell us about your educational and/or professional training, and current area of expertise related to mental health and wellness?

I am a senior Certified Project Manager Professional and certified professional life and relationship coach. Additionally, I am a certified master emotional intelligence practitioner, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Practitioner, motivational speaker, mental health expert, men’s mental health advocate, author, speaker, development coach, mentor, corporate consultant, and wellness facilitator. I am a US Army Veteran and have a passion for building relationships. I am committed to empowering and equipping men globally with the tools to courageously share their unique voice, their story, and their subject matter expertise.

How do you promote change and well-being in the Black community?

I don't just talk about it... I do. I go there! I speak to the people. I give them hope through showing up and saying the truth using my finished experiences. The mental condition is a lack of knowledge, understanding, and hope. I provide truth by defining what is truly causing their suffering and work on a plan to fix it.

What are some ways that you promote mental health and wellness through your area of expertise?

I help people through a project management approach to achieve the highest levels of success and sustainability. With the intent that the individual has continuity of care through perpetual healing base on ego-reconciliation.

How can we encourage more people to seek mental health treatment?

We can encourage more people to seek mental health treatment by being an example and bring digestible knowledge to people.

What can potential clients expect during an initial session? Follow up sessions?

In my initial session I have my clients tell me their desire and the motive of what they come to me for. The follow up sessions work to create the desire or realize the desire was never really wanted. Instead, there was something else that was really needed.