Dr. Marshall Bruner, an assistant professor of psychology in the Lynn J. Darby School of Psychology and Adolescent Counseling at Brenau University, discusses mental health challenges for men and boys, as well as how parents can identify if their child is in crisis.
Marshall was previously the clinical director at CenterPoint. He also operates his own practice, and he'll be a member of a new mental health speakers bureau being launched soon by United Way of Hall County.
Bruner was the second guest in the Mind Matters series each Wednesday in May. The series looks at community efforts to help people with mental illness get the treatment the need.
Bruner appeared on WDUN's "Newsroom" on Wednesday, May 10.