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march 4 wellness EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED

March 4, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

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March4Wellness

March 4, 2021  1:00-4:00 pm
Registration is for Adults Only!

Join us, virtually, for this FREE workshop focused on wellness and self-care for ourselves and our community. COVID-19 has created more challenges in our lives than ever before. Come sample some healthy and relaxing activities that can relieve stress. At our panel discussion, you may pose your questions and get tips from mental health professionals. For more information on the event please contact:

Click Here for the event flyer.

1:00 – Opening Session: Panel Discussion on supporting children’s mental health.

2:00  Adult Breakout Workshops – Please choose one or two workshops listed below. You have the choice of: 2-2:50 pm, Guided Meditation or Zumba and at 3-3:50 pm, Beach Oasis Art Activity or Sound Bath. Please choose one from each category. For the workshop descriptions and instructor bios, click here.

All March 4 Wellness sessions will be video recorded.

You will be sent an email with the zoom link. Please check your spam folder for the email. Any issues contact:

 

Details

Date:
March 4, 2021
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Cost:
Free

Organizers

Christine Cavallucci
Katie Magee
Edwin Scott

Resources and Information

Talking to Children about Violence - Tips for Parents and Teachers

Suicide Prevention - Information and Resources.

COVID-19   Helpful resources for parents, caregivers, teachers and students.

ADAPP Suicide Prevention Training Series

MAY is MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH!

Click Here for Mental Health Resources

Mental Health and Wellness - Videos, fact sheets, flyers, etc. for everyone!

MHANYS - May Mental Health Pledge
Take the Pledge - Share the Pledge - Support Mental Health
By challenging yourself and others to take the pledge, we are working together to normalize the conversation with mental health. When you take the pledge, you will gain access to a Mental Health Toolkit with resources to engage with and share.

Click Here for our Mental Health Awareness Flyer!

The National Academies Press - Tools for Supporting Emotional Wellbeing in Children and Youth

In light of the racially motivated tragedy in Buffalo, please click on the links for information about The Mental Health Effects of Racism and Coping with Stress Following a Mass Shooting.