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Thank you for your interest in UCLA's Friends of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital Board of Advisors Just Like You Open Mind program on Teen Mental Health with Jen Greenstreet, Ryan Lefebvre, Dr. Artha Gillis and host, AJ Mendez. 

If your friends, family or colleagues were not able to join us yesterday, they can view this program as well as all our past programs on our YouTube channel. We hope you will enjoy exploring and catching up on Open Minds you may have missed!

If you would like to watch the entire Just Like You movie, here are the links and the list of VOD PLATFORMS:

Apple TViTunesPrime VideoVUDOMicrosoftYouTubeGooglePlay, Kanopy, Cox, Telus, Vimeo, PlayStation, Spectrum, Dish Network, Armstrong, Comcast, Alliance Entertainment, Frontier Communications, Baker & Taylor, Midwest Tape, Library Bound Inc., MediaCom, Rogers, Shaw, Wow!, Fios by Verizon


Jen Greenstreet would appreciate your feedback. Please take a moment to click on the link to the post screening survey to provide information that will enable her to continue to make life changing films such as “Just Like You”. 


We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, October 12th at 5PM PT for an Open Mind program about men’s mental health. Our featured speaker will be Ivan Maisel, college sports writer and author of the critically acclaimed book,
I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye, a stunning, poignant exploration of the father and son relationship and how our tendency to overlook men’s mental health can have devastating consequences. Michael Gitlin, MD, will join Mr. Maisel in conversation. Dr. Gitlin is Distinguished Professor of Clinical Psychiatry; Director, Adult Division of Psychiatry; and Director of the Mood Disorders Clinic at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Register for this program HERE.

We invite you to visit our website, www.friendsofthesemelinstitute.org for updates and new programming information. There you will also find information about The Friends Research Scholar Program that awards yearly grants to early career neuroscientists, the Open Mind Film Festival for Mental Health for High School Students, and The Friends/Resnick joint annual fundraising event, WOW2023.   


If you enjoy our programs, support us!  


We deeply appreciate the support of audience members like you who make it possible for us to continue to bring renowned speakers and films about mental health issues as a free public service to the community. If you are able, we hope you will support us as generously as you can. Your contribution will be 100% tax deductible.