Crosswinds Conversations | Curtis Smith Interviews Milt Thompson, President of Grand Slam Companies

 
Milt Thompson, President of Grand Slam Companies has been a prominent figure in the Indianapolis community for a long time. He has been practicing law for nearly 43 years and is best known for his work in sports and entertainment law. His work includes being general counsel to the Pan American Games and is a former certified contract advisor with the National Football League and the NBA Players Association. Milt also works in business law and has been involved in various nonprofits earning him the Business & Philanthropy Award from the National Center for Black Philanthropy in 2004.
 
While we don’t have time to list all of his credentials, we believe you will enjoy watching Curtis Smith, Chief Marketing Officer of Crosswinds Counseling interview Milt about the importance of mental health care in the Indianapolis community. When discussing the growing need for mental health care, Milt states, “The problem is we have a lot of awareness, but we don’t have a lot of cures.” In his work with the Brightwood community, individuals are offered immediate access to mental health care. Milt acknowledges that there will always be a need, not one person can do everything. He does however firmly believe, “We want to be sympathetic, empathetic, yet at the same time we want to lift up.”
 
We hope you enjoy this interview as much as we did. Crosswinds Conversations is a segment of a TV Series called Restoring Hope. Restoring Hope can be viewed in the Indianapolis Area on WHMB40 Thursday nights @ 9:30pm.
 
Crosswinds Counseling exists to restore & reignite HOPE for individuals, couples, and families through evidence-based counseling. Learn more @ https://crosswindscounseling.org/counseling-services/
 
Learn more about Crosswinds Corporate Counseling, an EAP alternative @ https://crosswindscounseling.org/ccc/
 

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