Resources & Support

Understanding mental health and well-being is a lifelong journey

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please know there are resources available with trained professionals to support you.

The Glossary

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The Council

To help guide our strategy, Rare Beauty also created the Rare Beauty Mental Health Council, comprised of leaders and practitioners from the fields of mental health, philanthropy, entertainment, media, academia, and beauty.

Members of the Rare Beauty Mental Health Council include:

Elisha London Founder & CEO, Prospira Global
Elyse Fox Founder and CEO of Sad Girls Club
Gretchen Rubin Bestselling author, The Happiness Project
Dr. Jane Delgado, PhD, MS CEO, National Alliance for Hispanic Health
Jennifer Cohen VP Merchandising, Sephora
Dr. Jessica A. Gold, MD, MS Psychiatrist, Professor, & Director in Dept. of Psychology at WashU School of Medicine
Justin Tranter Singer, Songwriter, and Activist
Katrina Gay National Director, Strategic Partnerships of NAMI
Kit Hayes Global Social Impact, YouTube Mental Health Initiatives
Dr. Marc Brackett, PhD Founder and Director, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence; Author, Permission to Feel
Mary Alberti Mental Health Advocate and CEO of Institute for Advancements in Mental Health (IAM)
Dr. Scott L. Rauch, MD President and Psychiatrist in Chief for McLean Hospital
Tramaine EL-Amin Assistant Vice President, Mental Health First Aid USA, National Council for Behavioral Health

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