Parent & Caregiver Safety & Empowerment Series: Mental Health and Wellness


This training teaches ways to keep your loved one or client with intellectual/developmental disabilities safe and focuses on the intersection of disabilities and mental health. Each training date will cover the same material, but you're welcome to join as many as you like! GET SAFE® certificates of attendance are provided!

Parkinson’s and Your Mental Health


May is Mental Health Month! PRO is offering a virtual talk by our social worker, Peggy Rost. Peggy will provide an overview of the wide variety of approaches one can use to help maintain good mental health while navigating life with Parkinson's. Peggy will also discuss the resources that are available to you if you find […]

Stigma in the Workplace

Research shows that about 75% of employees have struggled with an issue that affected their mental health - but 8 out of 10 workers with a mental health condition say shame and stigma prevent them from seeking mental health care. This is problematic for employers because untreated mental illness costs companies billions every year. Discuss the […]

Legal Standards & Ethical Issues in Substance Use Counseling


This course provides a comprehensive overview of two important topics in the mental health field: Duty to Warn and Protect, and Ethical Decision Making and Ethical Theory. The first half of the course covers the legal standards regarding the duty to warn, the definition of imminent danger, and the issues between supervisors and supervisees about […]

Let’s Talk: Mental Health & Coping for Ages 14 to 18


Hey there! We'd like to invite anyone between the ages of 14 to 18 who's interested in chatting about mental health to join our group. Our ultimate goal is to create a space where everyone feels safe and included - a place where you can share your thoughts and feelings without any judgment. We'll be […]

Mental Health Recovery Workshop


This is a weekly workshop that meets once a week for two months. In this workshop each week there is a theme with a journal prompt. The group is guided using information from SAMHSA, several organizations and institutions about mental health recovery for depression, anxiety, bipolar, borderline personality disorder, post traumatic stress disorder and schizophrenia.


When a Loved One is Diagnosed: Insight from a Mental Health Professional


Providing effective support to friends & family members with a mental health disorder is an essential component of the recovery process. Discuss the complications of mental illness, the four dimensions of recovery, and learn how to make a recovery plan in this one-hour seminar with a licensed therapist. Fine print: Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. […]

Understanding Body Dysmorphic Disorder


Body Dysmorphic Disorder is defined by negative self-image and misperceptions about appearance. Preoccupation with perceived flaws can result in anxiety, depression, and social isolation. Explore the diagnostic criteria, symptoms, treatment options, and common misconceptions of body dysmorphic disorder in this one-hour seminar with a licensed therapist. Fine print: Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. […]

Understanding Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder


Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder is an eating disorder characterized by very selective eating habits, a disturbance in eating patterns, or both. Separate myths and facts and explore the signs and symptoms, prevalence, and treatment of this often-misunderstood diagnosis. Learn practical tips to manage symptoms and support loved ones in this one-hour seminar. Fine print: Certificates of attendance […]

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