LIFE SKILLS CLASSES AT ASSOCIATES FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY & EDUCATION
Call 564-9039 for reservations
WEDNESDAY’S at 6:00pm
8th Erica Salazar,MA
COPING WITH LONELINESS
We all feel lonely from time to time. Learn that feelings of loneliness are personal, so everyone’s experience with be different.
15th Brody Sheffer, MA, LPC
Learn about the physical and emotional benefits of mindfulness and how to incorporate mindfulness practices into your daily life.
22rd Shonda Hill, LCSW, CACIII
THE POWER OF ADDICTION
Addiction is not just about substances or alcohol. It can be with relationships, food, video games, exercise and other behaviors. Understand how your addiction can impact you and others.
29th Cheryl Neumeister, MA, LPC
In this program we will explain different types of depression and how each can be successfully treated.
5th Erica Salazar, MA
UNDERSTANDING POWER AND CONTROL
This program is helpful in understanding the overall pattern of abuse and violent behaviors used by the batterer to keep control.
13th Brody Sheffer, MA, LPC
It is easy to think that whatever happens in our lives is just random. No thanks needed. We know however, that gratitude is healthy and helpful. Being thankful can turn your life from negative to positive.
19th Marsha Phelps, MA, LPC
TOUCHED BY SUICIDE
When your family has been touched by suicide understanding it can be hard. Come learn about normal reactions to suicide and some helpful coping strategies.
26th Andrea Baca, MC, LPC
ANXIETY IN CHILDREN
Anxiety can look very different in children than it does in adults. It is important for parents to recognize the signs of anxiety and know what to do about it.
4th Erica Salazar, MA
HOW TO REBUILD TRUST
Nothing hurts like feeling betrayed by someone you love and trust. The betrayal may be dishonesty, disloyalty, infidelity or other issues. Learn how to work through betrayal and rebuild trust.
11th Brody Sheffer, MA, LPC
Learn how exercise can affect your mental health and well being.
18th Tom Tafoya, LCSW
We may have misunderstandings about it. What can we do about it? How can we support someone with PTSD.