Brandi Neogra lives in Parkersburg, WV, and is employed as a social worker through Children’s Home Society of West Virginia. She is currently enrolled in Marshall University’s Master of Arts program for Counseling. Brandi was diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder in her early 20s, but has been living with its symptoms since early adolescence. She believes that providing mental health advocacy and awareness to the public is important and works to be the advocate she needed when she was young.
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