Mental Health Mondays - MoreThanTheCurve
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  1. Mental Health Mondays

    Community, Hosted By Conshohocken United Methodist

  2. Took place on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023 @ 6:30pm
  3. Conshohocken United Methodist
    20 W 6th Avenue Conshohocken PA 19428
  4. NOTE - The event for May 15th has been rescheduled to May 23rd.   Conshohocken United Methodist Presents Mental Health Mondays - May 2023 5 free community seminars designed by mental health professionals to provide adults and kids with insights and skills into the unique issues and challenges they are facing. REGISTER FOR THESE FREE EVENTS: WHAT/WHEN: Monday, May 1st – M/S and H/S Students: Focus on building resilience and identity development. The program will include stories of resilience from historical figures who have persevered, activities focused on building identity, exploring self-expression, and perseverance in the face of hard times especially bullying. There will also be a focus on youth supporting one another in their communities. Facilitated by Joe Torres, M.Ed., Director of Youth Programs, HR Administrator, Therapist at The Welcome Project PA and Youth Connection leaders: Drew Montemayor and Colleen McFillin. Monday, May 1st – Parents of M/S and H/S Students: Using positive discipline techniques and how to foster resilience in their families, modeling a strong personal identity and values, and how to hold space and empathy to communicate with kids on their level. Time for Q&A and discussion where parents will be encouraged to share their triumphs and stressors and the group will process and provide feedback to one another with the assistance of the moderator. Led by Amber Lynn Connell, MA, LPC, Therapist & Clinical Supervisor ALC Counseling and Therapy. May 8th: K-4th Graders and Their Parents: Jenna Martorana, author of “Pearl's Purpose: How One Little Girl Learned It's Okay to Not Be Okay” will present the book. Everyone will have time to ask questions, participate in honest conversations around mental health and complete some activities designed to teach kids that it’s okay to not be okay. Monday, May 15th - Young Adults – The twenty and thirty somethings will focus on self-care activities, identity and community building. knowing when you or a friend needs support and how to talk with friends and family dealing with stress, anxiety, and depression. Led by Amber Lynn Connell, MA, LPC Monday, May 22nd - Caregivers – Coping strategies, self-care, and resource sharing for anyone who is a caregiver or friends and family members who want to be more knowledgeable about supporting their loved ones. All caregivers: folks caring for an elderly family member, parents of those with mental health conditions or disabilities, are invited to participate. Led by Amber Lynn Connell, MA, LPC EVENT DETAILS: 6PM-8:30PM • Doors Open at 6PM for snacks and conversation. • Programs begin at 6:30PM • Childcare available. • ADDRESS: Conshohocken United Methodist Church 20 W. 6th Avenue, Conshohocken, PA 19428 REGISTER FOR THESE FREE EVENTS: HOST/CONTACT: Conshohocken United Methodist Church (610) 828 1250 or

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