Whether you are affected by a loved one's addiction, supporting others on their journey, dealing with your own addictions or in long term recovery this webinar will offer tools that you might find helpful
This webinar begins the discussion on addressing wellness during substance use recovery.
African Americans have experienced the weight of being subjected to cultural biases that existed long before they entered this world. In this interactive webinar, participants will examine, discuss, and challenge issues related to cultural differences; consider the difference between being culturally sensitive and culturally responsive; learn self-care tools that will help them care for themselves as they continue this process; and explore ways to abandon thoughts and actions that interfere with how we interact with each other.
The media presents this as a time of great joyfulness for all. And yet many of us, perhaps even most of us, go into the holiday season with a sense of dread, anticipating loneliness, disappointment and reminders of past hurts. In the past, the holidays have been difficult for me.
Listen to this pre-recorded webinar with Matthew Federici, Executive Director on how WRAP implementation can change people's lives. WRAP® is a personalized wellness and recovery system born out of and rooted in the principle of self-determination.
Advocacy is one of the core concepts of WRAP, yet navigating the waters of the mental health world can be tricky. You want to be strong and assertive, but you also need to be heard. This webinar will help you understand how to use the skills, knowledge and wellness tools you already have to advocate for yourself and your peers. You will learn how to navigate the overwhelming bureaucracies of the mental health system and engage others – including your supervisors – to work with you to achieve the outcomes you and your peers deserve.
The Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery and the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion invite you to participate in a 90 minute webinar on, Supporting Increased Community Participation: An Introduction to Community Inclusion for Peer Providers. Exciting new research suggests that increased community participation is related to greater feelings of wellbeing and recovery.
Whether you've been a collector your whole life or your accumulation is a new issue, the process of creating new habits which lead to less clutter is both rewarding and challenging. It can be challenging emotionally, physically, or both.