MEET THE TEAM
MEET THE TEAM
MEET THE TEAM
SPEAKER | AUTHOR | MENTOR
Jay Barnett joined Inside Fitness 360 as a sought after youth leadership and mental well-being mentor. After his time in the NFL, Jay has made it his mission to lead and guide today's youth through group programs and curriculum while providing encouragement, tools, resources and the support needed to begin the journey of evolving into the young men and women they desire to be.
With over 10 years of highly skilled and acclaimed mentoring and success stories, public speaking, business experience and most importantly, real-life, his view is radically different. Jay appreciates and shares with his mentees that leadership is a moment to moment choice and not about title and position. Leadership is for everyone - it's a choice and it's how we should live our lives.
Also, as a leader in the community, Jay serves as the senior consultant and Master Teen Mentor with his Sugarland, Texas based organizations: The Me Project and The We Project which serves at risk teens, ages 13-18. Working with Jay, teens developed self-esteem, self-worth, value for their bodies and strong mindsets.
Former NFL Athlete
Author of best selling titles: Hello King and Letters to a Young Queen
Actor: Signed, Sealed and Delivered
Talk Show Host
Black Enterprise Modern Man Ambassador - 2015
Recognized by Tom Joyner for "Letters to a Young Queen" - 2016
Thu, May 18|
After Divorce... A Support Group for Men
This class is a safe space for men to be honest and vulnerable about their experience.
Time & Location
May 18, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Frisco, 4645 Avon Lane Suite 245 Suite 245, Frisco, TX 75033, USA
About The Event
Support for fathers who have experienced divorce, whether it be recent or distant, an outlet to speak out with other people going through the same trauma in a safe, inclusive environment. This can also be a class to discuss suggestions for amicable communication strategies between estranged spouses and children, expectations for more recent divorcees and how to circumvent/prepare for the current legal system, rationales to process the trauma and how to transition into a healthier sense of self, all taking culture, age, and other personal variables into account.
What to Expect
- Find common ground, companionship, and support among those who are struggling with their own transitions, loss of identity and common mental health struggles (depression, anxiety, etc) that come with either sudden or long-term divorces.
- Developing rationalizations, grounding, and other techniques to assist in daily struggles of estranged fathers (how to handle children and ever-changing dynamics in the household, moving on to other partners, finding a sense of self after separation, etc.)
After Divorce. A Support Grop