USF: Religion, Spirituality, and Mental Health Panel Discussion

Tuesday, February 12, 4:00-5:30 pm


We are excited about the diverse group of faith leaders and professionals who have agreed to participate on the panel by sharing stories of how religion and spirituality have enhanced their own mental health and well-being. Some of the panelists include:

  • Rabbi Camille Shira Angel — adjunct professor in the Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice
  • Dr. Geoff Ashton — assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy at USF
  • Dr. Jennifer Chen — clinical psychologist
  • Rev. Donal Godfrey, S. J. — Associate Director for Faculty and Staff Spirituality in USF University Ministry
  • Rab’ia Keeble — founder of Qal'bu Maryam Women's Mosque and state delegate for the 18th Assembly district under Rob Bont
  • Janet King — Licensed clinical social worker at Native American Health Center.

This event is sponsored by University of San Francisco Counseling and Psychological Services through a generous grant from the Jesuit Foundation, and is intended to highlight the ways in which religion and spirituality can provide perspectives and tools that support the wellness of our student body and broader SF community. Our hope is that it can be a meaningful resource for those in your community, as well.

Light refreshments will be served following the panel discussion. We would appreciate it if you could let us know the number of members of your community that you anticipate will attend. That will help us with food preparations. RSVP by Friday, Feb. 8.

Event Contacts

Where to Meet

MC 251, McLaren Center (USF campus), 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA

Tuesday, February 12, 4:00-5:30 pm


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