MENTAL WELLNESS EDUCATION
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what you gain from our workshops
Suicide Prevention Workshops:
You Are Not Alone
You Are Not Alone is a holistic mental wellness seminar that provides participants with tools to understand and support their mental health, no matter where they are in their journey. This 90 minute session provides insight into understanding mental health through a bio-psycho-social lens, and is tailored to be age appropriate for teens and adults alike. Emphasis is placed on developing hands on, practical skills to support ones’ wellbeing.
If You See Something, Say Something
If You See Something, Say Something is a suicide prevention workshop that equips participants with the tools to help in time of crisis. Participants will gain a better understanding of suicidality, debunk myths related to suicide, and develop hands-on tools to help someone struggling with suicidal ideation.
Nothing Showing is a first responder and armed forces suicide prevention workshop. The workshop equips service professionals with actionable steps to increase their awareness of, and prevent, suicide. This workshop is tailored to understanding suicide among armed forces and veterans, firefighters, and police officers.
safeTALK is a three hour, in person course, developed by LivingWorks. It prepares anyone 15 or older, regardless of prior experience or training, to recognize warning signs, effectively communicate with individuals who are thinking about suicide, and connect them with life-saving intervention resources. This workshop is presented by our educator, Leigh Ioffe.
Mental wellness workshops:
The Power Within: Emotional Regulation
Do you find yourself swept up by or controlled by your emotions? Are you afraid to feel? Do you consider emotions like anger and sadness to be "bad"? This interactive seminar will take you on a journey to understand, work with, and make peace with your emotions, through practical and easy-to-implement skills.
At Home in Yourself: Mindfulness For Real Life
At Home In Yourself is a 3-part exploration of mindfulness, and mindful living. Mindfulness, or living aware and awake to our lives in the present moment, is a practice and skill that has proven to be effective in a variety of settings, including working with physical or mental illness. Each week, groups will meet to discuss mindfulness, and participate in mindfulness practices such as mindful meditation, mindful eating, and mindful writing. Groups are limited to 15 individuals per session.