Braunwynn Franklin has been a peer specialist and advocate for more than 10 years. She has a heart for social justice change in the prison/justice system and supporting people to gain a better quality of life mentally, spiritually and physically. She has a Bachelors Degree in Healthcare Administration and is a native of Detroit, Michigan.
Braunwynn facilitates NAMI Peer-to-Peer groups and is a Master Trainer in the Living Well with Chronic Disease from Stanford. Braunwynn is on the Trauma-Informed Systems Committee of the Oregon Consumer Advisory Council.
She will be speaking on the same topic at Rethinking Psychiatry's monthly event on Wednesday, February 5 at the Montavilla United Methodist Church 7-9 PM
232 SE 80th Avenue, in Portland.
Opening Song: "Stressed" by Continental Five, aka Two-Five.