The Back to Me Podcast

152. Decreasing Barriers to Care with Seli Fakorzi

Episode Summary

Many students are interested in seeking mental health support, but often find it difficult to balance this support with their academic schedule. In this week’s episode, Seli Fakorzi, Director of Mental Health and Client Liaison for TimelyCare joins us to share how this system of care partners with colleges, students and professors to ensure mental health support is readily available twenty-four hours a day. As the most trusted higher education virtual provider on campuses nationwide, discover the many ways this powerful App can connect you to peer support programs, culturally diverse clinicians, and relationship building workshops that are available right at your fingertips! Ms. Fakorzi completed her M.A. in Professional Counseling at Dallas Baptist University and she received her Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and Public Relations at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She is a practicing clinician with experience in impatient and outpatient psychiatric services, crisis intervention, and clinician development. Ms. Fakorzi has also served as the Director of Psychiatric Services for multiple youth residential treatment centers. Prior to becoming a Licensed Clinician, she focused her career in the area of human resources and organizational development servicing aerospace and defense companies. In addition, she has served as a consultant to small and mid-size businesses for practices. To learn more about Ms. Fakorzi and her work, connect with her on LinkedIn, IG @timelycare or visit

Episode Notes

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