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Do you struggle with finding balance in your life? Is it difficult to remain calm and grounded in a chaotic world? This workshop will help individuals identify anxiety, depression, or even isolation in their life before a major crisis develops. We will offer coping skills on how to maintain one’s basic mental health in this storm called life.
More than 8 million Americans between the age of 18 and older have PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder is not just experienced by Veterans. Individuals who have witnessed, or been a victim, to violent events are more than likely to develop PTSD later in life. These stressful events may occur during childhood.
In our fast-paced society, it is easy to get burnt out from all of life’s responsibilities. Do you feel like you are stretching yourself too thin or trying to meet all sorts of deadlines? Do you try to be and do everything for everyone else and find no time for yourself? This workshop will offer basic self-care tips on how to prevent burnout.
ACE’s may be linked to chronic health problems, mental illness, and substance abuse in adulthood. Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences are possible. In this workshop, we will discuss the ACE’s in our childhood and then discuss how to prevent ACE’s in our own children’s lives or other children we can possibly influence and impact.
According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, in 2018 Georgia had the seventh-highest number of human trafficking cases in the U.S., including both sex and labor trafficking victims. This workshop will educate individuals about the epidemic of human trafficking, and it will teach ways to prevent and be an advocate to stop human trafficking.
Since the start of COVID-19, the pandemic has created a sense of fear in individuals. There has been an increase in the need for mental health professionals. This increase has been evident through altered routines, loss of jobs and financial instability, social isolation, anxiety of the unknown, and depression from the outbreak of the coronavirus. This workshop will help address these mental health issues .
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