In addition to my clinical work, I am an active mental health advocate. I am honored to be part of the Executive Advisory Board of the Quell Foundation. I am also currently on the Health Advisory Board for VELL, and a member of the Bermuda Psychology Council. I previously held the Early Career Chair for the Palm Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association.

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Rappelling to end homelessness in Palm Beach County. Helped raise $52,000 to benefit The Lord's Place (2019)

Fighting Stigma and Raising Awareness in Africa - Virtual Out of The Darkness Walk (2019). I have participated in multiple Out of The Darkness walks to raise money and awareness for Suicide Prevention.

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20th Anniversary of 9/11
Ride of Hope, September 2021

The mission of The Quell Foundation’s 9/11 Ride of Hope was to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice on September 11, 2001. This event sought to raise philanthropic support to fund the continued development and implementation of the Foundation’s First Responder Mental Health Education and Training Program.

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Over five days, we cycled from the 9/11 memorial in NYC to the Pentagon in Arlington, VA, and each mile of our journey represented our continued commitment to removing the stigma and normalizing the conversation around mental illness within the first responder community.

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Townley's passion for supporting individuals with mental health challenges is evident in her tireless efforts to promote awareness, provide resources, and advocate for change. She is a skilled psychologist, brings a unique perspective as a person with lived experience, and has the ability to empathize with others and offer genuine support.

I am grateful for her ongoing partnership with The Quell Foundation, and I am fortunate to call her my friend.

- Kevin M. Lynch

Founder, CEO
The Quell Foundation

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