Letting Go: Small Bites Live with Karen & Monique

Instagram Live

Good things don't come into your life unless there's room for them. This week we'll be talking about letting go of the things that don't serve you, tips to inspire new ideas, and how to make room in your life for all the good things that are trying to come your way!

Free

Color Calm: Deaf Heart Hangout

Download our coloring book (or grab your own) and join us as we talk about the mental health benefits of coloring and doodling.

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Embodied Movement: Love, Providers

Join a safe space with a clinician and learn new ways to engage with your body that feel good and comfortable for you! Movement helps remind us of the mind-body connection, and things like stretching, walking, or even dancing can be therapeutic in their own unique way.

Free

Loneliness: Deaf Heart Hangout

Many people are struggling with isolation during this pandemic, join us as we talk about finding and keeping connections.

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Mocktail Hour: Love, Providers

Join a psychologist and a bartender in the kitchen and learn how to make delicious non-alcoholic beverages as you explore self-care and substance use from a trauma-informed perspective. ~ Learn about how your nervous system experiences alcohol and other common substances~ Explore how certain flavors, taste textures, and mixers can affect your mood and mindset~Continue reading "Mocktail Hour: Love, Providers"

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Teen Talk: Deaf Heart Hangout

Feelings are hard, but this hangout isn’t! play a game and laugh with us as we explore big and small feelings. (teens only, please)

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Happy Little Accidents: Love, Providers

"We don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents." - Bob Ross. Inspired by Bob Ross' words, take time with a clinician to draw, paint, or color your feelings and thoughts. Learn about how art can be therapeutic and represent more than the colors and lines on the page when we create with intention.

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Caregiving: Deaf Heart Hangout

Explore tools to keep yourself well while caring for parents and loved ones as they age.

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