Meet Our board
I am the founder of Let’s Get Mentally Fit who firmly believes that humanness is an art form that requires intention and practice. My mental fitness belief system is centered around one question. What if we actually practiced being human? We spend so much time trying to be the best parent, the best teacher, the best speaker, the best athlete, the best entertainer or the best business executive, yet we never spend anytime practicing being human. Being human means that no matter who you are or what your society given title is, you can be vulnerable without feeling weak, say no without guilt and say yes without unreasonable expectations. With the help of a great team, I created Let’s Get Mentally Fit so people could safely reach out for help with being human. I am a certified hypnotherapist and health coach with a Master’s of Science in Psychology.
DR. SUSAN BENSON
Dr. Susan Benson specializes in health care for women, including but not limited to obstetrical care (normal and high risk), gynecologic surgery with an emphasis on minimally-invasive laparoscopic surgery, menopausal care, incontinence care, and adolescent gynecology. She is the Regional Medical Director for Central Primary Care region 2 and has a heart for helping to create postpartum resources for new mothers.
Diane has over 25 years in the legal industry and holds a paralegal degree. She is the President and Publisher of Today’s Modern Family and is a Certified Stepfamily Coach. Through her coaching practice, Diane teaches individuals to grow and discover new purposes for their stepfamilies, helps them eliminate the stress associated with stepfamilies and move toward positive co-parenting relationships.
I am a licensed mental health counselor with 10 years of experience. After working for years with the Indiana Department of Child Services, I am currently working to build a private practice that offers mental health services to those who cannot regularly afford them.
My greatest hope is that I continue to contribute to reducing the stigma that prevents people from seeking help. I am passionate about mental fitness because it teaches us that our minds deserve just as much proactive attention that our bodies require.
NZINGA HARRISON, MD.
Over the two decades James Price has held various roles in the field of Healthcare. His most recent position was Lead Contract Analyst for Information Services. Price has also been a little league basketball coach for over 18 years and currently runs our The Playground program; teaching mental fitness principles to kids through basketball. He has a Bachelor’s in Information Systems and a Master’s in Business Administration.