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Rethinking the way we consider mental wellness. focuses on several forms of self-care.

When Trauma adversely affects the soul

Self-care re-education steps in to redirect and bring wellness.

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Get facts on mental illness

Knowing the facts helps us to better understand why self-care is essential

What People Say

Dr. Charlotte LV Thoms,Ph.D
DM Director,;
DM Coordinator,

For a presentation that leaves you wanting more, Cheryl Silvera is the facilitator. Her presentations are informative, spiritual, and beneficial for an audience that wants to learn in the enlightened manner. I have personally been in the audience and was amazed at her style and approach.

Manuel Rosario, Ph.D
Personal Ministries Director
@Greater NY Conference of SDA

As a Christian pastor who wants to emulate Jesus’ love and care, for everyone, I’ve been greatly blessed by Ms. Silvera's disabilities awareness presentations. What I love the most about her expositions are the unique way in which she connects with the audience and her profound knowledge of the topic. From my perspective she is someone who from experience knows what she is talking about, I’d strongly recommend her presentations!

Maria Broderick
Health Ministry Director
@Emmanuel Church Ministries

Interactive and Effective. Qinnamon’s speaker and presenter Cheryl Silvera exudes passion and knowledge about the various types of disabilities. The presentations are masterfully designed to bring awareness to all regardless of their level of understanding in the social and psychological aspects of the disorders. Qinnamon does not disappoint!


The desire of God for every human being is expressed in the words, "Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth" 3 John 2.

(Counsels on Health, p. 168.4, Ellen Gould White).

"Presented from lived-experience coupled with current data and proven strategies for mental wellness."

Our content and Webinars are from the perspective of one who lives and worships with a diagnosed psychiatric disability in recovery and does not replace, nor attempt to replace, professional counseling services. 

Image by Priscilla Du Preez of an open Bible and a vase on a table.
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