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Embracing Mental Health as a Fandom: Illness, Death, and New Perspectives with Stephanie Czajkowski

Date: To be announced.

Available soon.

"Social Hour" Community Discussion
After the event, we will host 2-Hour Companion Discussion on creativity and recharging your creative spark.

The Companion mission is to support 1 million fans by embracing mental health, elevating diverse voices, and uplifting each other other. If you'd like to support us, for less than a $3.50 coffee per month, join us as a paid member by clicking here. You will get access to all of our events and be the first to know about Amanda Tapping's Embracing Mental Health as a Fandom: The Book!

Finally, thank you to all of our paid members. Together, we have been able to fundraise over $30,000 for mental health, feed the hungry, and help disabled children play video games. We literally could not have done that without you.

A few words about the event

Our journey with the Embracing Mental Health as a Fandom series of events continues, this time into a whole new fandom. We'll be joined by Star Trek's Stephanie Czajkowski, who played Vulcan Science Officer Lt. T'Veen in Star Trek: Picard Season 3.

Stephanie is a breast cancer awareness advocate, and she has battled not one, but three types of unrelated cancers. She has been open about her journey and how illness and death has made her re-analyze her upbringing, where therapy and mental health were dirty words.

Since we started this series we've been overwhelmed with the incredible response from our community. Whether it's in our social hour hang outs, or in our discord, seeing people share stories, help each other and grow together has been so inspiring. It's one of the many reasons we're creating a book with Amanda Tapping.

Additional Content

Teryl Rothery: Embracing Mental Health as a Fandom - Part 5
Sat, Apr 27 | Livestream with Teryl Rothery
Amanda Tapping: Embracing Mental Health as a Fandom - Part 3 | Watch Now
Amanda Tapping shares advice on dealing with bullies and so much more.
From Live Events to a Book: Amanda Tapping’s Embracing Mental Health as a Fandom
Keep an eye on this space for updates, including book designs and other plans! At The Companion, we’re on a mission: to uplift a fan community in a world that has become increasingly lonely.