• NAMI Austin is now NAMI Central Texas to reflect our growing community.

Mind Matters at Home, presented by Ascension Seton, brings mental health experts and advocates straight into your home to share valuable information and tools for deepening our community’s understanding and managing of mental health during the challenging situation caused by the coronavirus.

Helping Kids (and Yourself!) Cope with Coronavirus

Join us as Dr. Roshni Koli, Medical Director for Pediatric Mental Health at Dell Children's Medical Center, she shares tips on how to help kids (and ourselves) through this challenging time.

Resilience Reset

The ability to successfully navigate change, rise above adversity, and triumph in our lives boils down to one word: RESILIENCE. We find ourselves in a unique time when uncertainty, ambiguity, and anxiety have become a way of life. Building the right mindset and skills will allow you to not only survive challenging times but rise stronger as a result. Join NAMI Central Texas and Anne Grady to learn how to cultivate courage, improve resilience, and triumph over adversity, obstacles, and setbacks.

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Mind Matters, presented by Ascension Seton, brings mental health experts and advocates together to share information, tools and experience with the goal of advancing our community’s understanding of mental illness and increasing awareness of the resources available.

Mind Matters events are free and open to the public and are typically held on the fourth Monday of each month. Check back for the most up-to-date schedule of events and topics, as these are subject to change.