The Juniper Center Thrive Live welcomes Boomer Smith to the show on Friday, May 6, at 9:30 am for our monthly Livestream to normalize conversations around mental health.
Boomer Smith is the creator of Work From Home: The Movie.
Work from Home (WFH) is a documentary that “explores the tangent reality of not leaving the house while still holding down a job. A dream realized for some yet mental health hazard for others,” says Smith. “Suffocating isolation or peace at last?” he queries in his interviews. “The pandemical dystopia forced each house and family into its own reality show. These are their stories… but could it be yours?”
Watch Live On Friday, May 6, 2022 at 9:30 am.
More about Boomer Smith
Boomer Smith is a husband, father, entrepreneur, and practicing pastor. His digital marketing company (OK Boomer Productions) is currently in the development of two full-length feature films, including the documentary, Work From Home: The Movie. WFH features interviews with people about what life looks like, how things have changed, as the world shifted to working, living, doing everything from home, under the pandemic. Smith calls himself “living proof that it is 100% possible to do ‘all the things’ while still working from home.” Smith sees working from home as a lifestyle that won’t necessarily change with the end of the pandemic.
Boomer cites key experiences in his life as losing his mother to lung cancer, a leg amputation as a child, and committing to putting his wife and kids before work.
More about The Juniper Center Thrive Live
The Juniper Center THRIVE Live features conversations with guests on mental health related topics to help clinicians and everyday people thrive in the face of adversity and life challenges. The show is the first Friday of every month at 9:30 am CT.
The host of the show, Dr. Margo Jacquot, is the award-winning founder and Chief Care Officer of The Juniper Center, one of the largest counseling and therapy practices across Chicagoland, with over 60 clinicians at 5 locations, plus statewide in Illinois and Indiana with Telehealth. Margo hosts the podcast, Mental Health Business Mentor, helping clinicians find the balance between providing compassionate client care and business agility to grow their mental health practice.