Let’s roll As readers of this blog probably already know, I am a big fan of wellness tools. Cooking, knitting, walking, and talking are just a few examples of wellness tools one may use everyday. Some of my favorite wellness
New year is just around the corner. If you are making a commitment for better self care, check out our upcoming classes: Wellness Planning workshop, Saturday January 7th – In this fun and interactive workshop you’ll create a personalized plan for
What Does Someone With A Mental Health Condition Look Like? By: Amy Brant, CMWN Intern Often times, people in our society attach a judgment to an individual based on the way they look, what they wear, the people they hang
By Amanda Kearney-Smith, Executive Director People often tell me.. “You don’t seem depressed” or “It doesn’t seem like your illness affects you” or “I’ve never seen you struggling”. I think people are surprised to hear that I’ve battled bipolar disorder
By Natasha Amiri, CMWN Intern At one point we start to understand that we can no longer rely on outside influences or people to enhance our life, but must enrich it ourselves. Positive psychologists find those whom are genuinely satisfied
This is an excerpt from Joann Calabrese’s blog “Mindfulness Garden Games” (link below), Joann is a long time facilitator and contractor with The Network. During the month of February she led us in a three week series on mindfulness practice.
Join us Saturday, December 6th at 1:00 p.m. for a free workshop on mindfulness practice. Just in time for the holidays! Mindfulness practice is a technique that helps shift your thoughts away from your usual preoccupations toward an appreciation of
For years I’ve been saying “I can’t meditate!” It’s just not possible, my mind is too busy – I can never just be. Well, I’m giving it a real try and guess what, it is possible, and if I can