The Global Shapers Community, Port of Spain Hub - an Initiative of the World Economic Forum - launched ``Mental Health Matters,`` an ongoing series set within the Caribbean context with the mission of reducing the stigma of mental illness to improve patient's quality of life through increased access to knowledge and care.
Planting Seed's mission is to provide a platform for entrepreneurship development in the Caribbean that educates and inspires individuals to innovate and exercise their full potential. They invited Stacey as a speaker for their business series for the 2018 TIC conference, which is one of the largest and most influential business-to-business events in the region.
Stacey speaks alongside regional mental health leaders at the launch of her Non profit's Video series- Building Sustainable Minds - produced in partnership with the United Nations. She is featured in this video series as an expert on the topic of Inter-generational Trauma and Violence in her community- to be released by the end of 2020.
"Stacey Camacho is amazing ! She has a passion for both western and eastern medicine, she has helped me have a breakthrough with my anxiety , especially for all us mothers with young kids and trying to have a balance between being a good mother, wife, worker, daughter, sister. Etc."I've been doing meditation classes and I have to say it has helped me a great deal with being mindful and teaching me how to shift my lens and look at the world differently, how to decipher important from non important stuff , how to love more and judge less , to be grateful more and to complain less , this is something that meditation is teaching me and it's something that I will never stop learning , thank u stacey for passing on your fabulous knowledge"
"I have been seeing Stacey as a Therapist at least 10 years now for various issues and she has been extremely helpful. She is trustworthy, professional and reliable. I highly recommend her!"
"I thoroughly enjoyed the one day mindful parenting workshop. It was concise, informative, and full of helpful suggestions as to how to raise mindful children. Stacey gave real insight into how the child's mind develops and how we, as parents or care-givers, can foster that growth. The most important part is that it wasn't expected that we use the strategies all of the time, she realizes that parents are human and can only do as much as we can as time and situation permits. I would definitely recommend this workshop to all parents, teachers and care-givers."