Presented by: Cheryl Checkers
This workshop is now offered virtually. Click to view presentation.
This introductory interactive workshop aims to help participants learn to challenge and change unhelpful thoughts and beliefs and strengthen personal coping strategies. Participants will have the opportunity to identify how their own thought distortions lead to maladaptive behaviors and symptoms of distress.
Presented by: Douglas A. Vogel and Michelle Hollister
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
This meeting will be offered virtually through Zoom.
Families with children and other dependents with special needs, no matter what the age or disability, face many serious questions about how to best prepare for their future well-being. This workshop addresses such critical issues as protecting government benefit eligibility for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid, creating Special Needs Trusts, the importance of a Will, Guardianship, Financial Strategies and considering a Letter of Intent. The workshop will also address the ABLE Accounts, which are tax-advantaged savings accounts for qualified individuals with disabilities and their families. Taking steps now can help arrange for a loved one’s well-being today and tomorrow.
Presented by: Vassilia Binensztok, PhD, LMHC, NCC
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
This meeting will be offered virtually. More information to follow.
People often associate the term “self-care” with a luxury item. The truth is, we should all be caring for ourselves on a regular basis. When we care for ourselves physically, emotionally, and mentally, we cultivate more fulfilling lives. This presentation will teach participants why self-care is important and practical ways to practice self-care in the face of modern challenges.