Second Issue of Empowerment Magazine is Out Now

Sacramento, CA (PressExposure) October 27, 2011 -- Empowerment Magazine second issue features an exclusive interview with Dr Ron Risley, former assistant clinical professor of UC Davis and founder of Sacramento Medical Oasis and a special interview with Keune, LMFT, Clinical Director of LaFamilia Counseling Center.

It also contains several articles including, Living in the Present by Terry Zick, M.A; New School Year Brings an Increase in Anxiety for Children by Cindy Thygeson, M.D. Director of Medical Affairs at Sutter Center for Psychiatry; Being Loved by Melanie Martinez; Sam's Club Offers Simple Steps to a Healthy Body and Mind by Dr. Andrew Myers, naturopathic physician and an expert in nutrition and preventative health; Medication or Meditation by Thomas Hushen, Service Coordinator - HRC; People With A Disability Can Get A Ticket To Work by Rosario M. Ramirez, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist for the Northern Area; Hope as Resiliency Factor by Tammy Dyer, MSW; Not Alone by David Kiesz; Wellness Toolkit by Terry Zick; The Trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain by Deonna Wilemme, PhD; and Mushroom Tacos by Phommasone Griffin.

According to Amede Kyubwa, the founder of Empowerment Magazine, "the fall issue also has a number of useful resources such as 211 Sacramento, CSUS Free Counseling Services phone number, Wheels to Work phone number, local emergency shelters phone numbers, 24 Hours Crisis Lines, Medi-Cal Information, suicide Prevention crisis lines, psychiatric emergency phone numbers, Sacramento Emergency Room Services phone numbers; and Reporting Child Abuse/Neglect or Adult Abuse/Neglect"

The free quarterly magazine is published by, a leading Mental Health Resource Guide dedicated to strengthening individuals, families and community with easily accessible information about available services in Greater Sacramento area. Empowerment Magazine's next issue is due in December 2011.

About Empowerment Magazine

It is a quarterly free online and print magazine dedicated to promoting overall wellness and mental health resiliency for the Greater Sacramento. Further information about the magazine can easily be obtained by visiting or sending e-mail to or calling Marilyn Washington at (916) 222-7541.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 27, 2011 at 12:21 am
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