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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) young people and families face disproportionate rates of harassment and mistreatment in their schools and communities. Consequently LGBTQ youth are at much higher risk for mental health challenges, substance abuse, homelessness, truancy and other risky behaviors. By contrast, professionals who are working with youth and families, however accepting [...]Find out more
Raising Healthy Eaters Offered by: Early Childhood›Parent Programs Description Good nutrition is key to healthy development. This workshop will offer information and ideas on how to help your child be a healthy eater. Audience and Grade Level Parents of children birth - 5 Date and Location January 14, 2019, 10:45am - 11:30am, Warren Elementary (Register [...]Find out more
Chronic Pain Self-Management helps people build self-confidence to assume an active role in managing their chronic pain by exploring... • The root cause of pain • Distraction and relaxation techniques • Techniques for dealing with difficult emotions, stress, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep • Appropriate exercise • Strategies on healthy eating, weight management, and nutrition [...]Find out more
Chronic Disease Self-Management helps people build self-confidence to assume an active role in managing their chronic illness through… • The mind-body connection • Getting a good night’s sleep • Action planning • Physical activity and exercise • Dealing with difficult emotions and depression • Healthy eating • Relaxation • Communication skills Local volunteer leaders lead [...]Find out more
Enjoy a healthy lunch and lively conversation with our Square One preschool friends! Guaranteed to be the highlight of your day! Tuesday, March 5, 2019 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Square One Tommie Johnson Child & Family Center 255 King Street, Springfield Treat yourself to a delicious lunch prepared by the Square One culinary staff [...]Find out more
Home Base will be offering a FREE, accredited, training opportunity for First Responders uniquely positioned to improve access to mental health care for veterans and their families. Content will include: • Introduction to military culture • How to recognize the invisible wounds of war (IWW) • Overview of the evidence based therapies for IWW • [...]Find out more
Free CEU's Avaiable CLINICAL EDUCATION WORKSHOP: Learn How to Better Serve Those Who Have Served in Your Community Home Base will be offering a FREE, accredited, clinical training opportunity for health professionals uniquely positioned to improve access to mental health care for veterans and their families. Content will include: • Introduction to military culture • [...]Find out more
Healthy Eating for Successful Living is a program for people who want to learn more about nutrition and healthy heart and bone strategies. • MyPlate dietary guidelines • Water and exercise • Label reading • Grocery shopping • Support of a nutritionist or registered dietician • Behavior change techniques • Self-assessment Local volunteer leaders lead [...]Find out more
February: Couples Webinar Series Understanding military culture and the ways military service and deployments impact couples is critical when providing counseling to military-connected clients. This four-part webinar series is now offered by the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) to support clinicians who provide couples counseling to this population. The four courses listed below are stand-alone [...]Find out more
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