Learn about brain-science based “bottom-up” and “top-down” regulation strategies, as well as coping skills that they can use themselves and teach others. Some of the strategies and skills presented come from Dialectical Behavior Therapy, the Neurosequential Model of Education, and Trust-Based Relational Intervention®️. All of these skills and strategies can help people feel better and move from crisis to stabilization. Come ready to participate and have fun!
Sascha Biesi of Skull and Cakebones knows the power of baking to calm the mind and bring order to life in spite of the challenges of living with a mental illness. Join us as Sascha shares how baking saved her life and demonstrates great recipes anyone can successfully make in their home kitchen. This special offering of Mind Matters is part of our awareness event series for Mental Health Month. Register
Family Support Group: For family members, parents, adult children, and partners of individuals living with a mental health condition. Online group via Zoom. Registration required, please arrive on time. Group Full