The Skill of Self-Awareness: Putting Introspection into Action

About this Event:

Mental Health Awareness Month is not just about community awareness, or being aware of the people around us. For those of us living in mental health recovery, being aware of ourselvesbeing able to hear, see, and interpret the signals our body and mind send usis ​an important part of maintaining our recovery. Waiting for others to observe and comment on perceived changes in us can unnecessarily extend or even increase negative impacts of mental health concerns. In this webinar,  Beth Lambert, CPS-MH, CPS-AD and Claudia Renee Hamilton, CPS-MH, CPS-AD of Rome, Georgia will discuss the benefits of having a self-care plan for daily living that is not crisis-focused, but a strengths-based approach that emphasizes nurturing wellness and strengthening resilience in manageable moments throughout the day. They will demonstrate some of the techniques they employ, including a brief, self-guided meditation that can be done anytime, anywhere.
Learning Objectives:
At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
  1. List the benefits of having a self-care plan;
  2. Describe behaviors, thoughts, and feelings that may serve as signals that a self-care activity is warranted;
  3. Demonstrate at least one informal self-care activity that can be used as part of a self-care plan.
Starts: May 22, 2024 2:00 pm
Ends: May 22, 2024 3:00 pm
Registration Deadline
May 22, 2024
Event Type
Webinar/Virtual Training
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