What: This workshop will focus on the common mental health diagnoses experienced by children and adolescents. Symptoms and recommended treatments will be discussed, and case vignettes will be utilized for group practice and comprehension.
What: Boundaries occur between husbands and wives, parents and children, employers and employees, teachers and students, and professionals and clients. Boundaries are an essential piece of any profession. This workshop will be a discussion on how knowing and understanding your personal and professional boundaries will ensure a safe and healthy relationship.
What: This workshop will focus on common behavioral issues of children and adults that negatively impact classroom settings and/or therapy progress. All behaviors serve a purpose or strive to meet a need; deciphering that need can open up the possibilities of learning new healthier behaviors.
What: The first annual Well-A-Falooza Music, wellness, and Freedom Festival will honor Mental Health Awareness Month in May by providing a day dedicated to serving youth in our community. The focus wil be on positive and healthy lifestyle improvements. The festival will provide music, eduactional classes, activities, sports, local food vendors, and opportunities for further community involvement.
What: Mental Health America's 2013 Annual Conference is designed to provide a wide variety of educational and networking opportunities for a diverse group of individuals and organizations who are working to: develop and promote behavioral health integration, inclusion of wellness strategies in community public education efforts, and engage in promoting recovery for people with mental illnesses, co-occurring disorders and the community at large.
A Health & Wellness Expo featuring health screenings, healthy living demonstrations, and community resources
Facilitator-led health and wellness activities offered throughout the conference
Speakers from across the country at keynotes and wellness-focused breakout sessions
The Clifford Beers Awards Dinner recognizing successful and promising health and wellness programs and services
What: The purpose of the listings is to provide families, particularly with low-incomes, with an affordable opportunity to become acquainted with the wide range of activities and programs offered throughout the Missoula community for parent-child interactions, family self-sufficiency, recreation, and wellness for adults & children. When: March to Mid-April 2012
Where: See attached brochure for information on locations!
What: Hello Everyone - Attached is the ever popular FREE OR FAIRLY CHEAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES newsletter that Early Head Start has compiled for January through mid-February. If you didn't find this on the Forum's electronic Bulletin Board, here it is. Thanks again to Early Head Start! When: January - Mid-February 2012
Where: See attached flier for information on locations!
What: The purpose of the listings is to provide families, particularly with low-incomes, with an affordable opportunity to become acquainted with the wide range of activities and programs offered throughout the Missoula community for parent-child interactions, family self-sufficiency, recreation, and wellness for adults & children.
When: December 2011 to Mid-January
Where: Missoula Early Head Start 2121 39th Street Missoula, MT 59803