Tag: mental health

Children’s Mental Health Fair Coming Up

| April 6, 2015
Children’s Mental Health Fair Coming Up

In celebration of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day and Mental Health Month, The Guidance Center is coordinating the first Children’s Mental Health Fair on Friday, May 15, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at The Guidance Center Outpatient Services Building. The Guidance Center is excited to extend an invitation to your organization to participate in this […]

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Circles of Care Public Forum – December 16th

| December 7, 2014
Circles of Care Public Forum – December 16th

Interested in helping your community?  NACA is starting an advisory board to assist in a new program they started called, Circles of Care.  This program’s goal is to bring together the community, discuss issues surrounding the Native American youth and current issues related to mental health (bullying, depression, suicide, etc.). The Circles of Care program […]

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Job Opening at NACA for a Youth Engagement Specialist for the Circles of Care Program

| December 3, 2014
Job Opening at NACA for a Youth Engagement Specialist for the Circles of Care Program

Job Opening at NACA for a Youth Engagement Specialist for the Circles of Care Program The Youth Engagement Specialist is responsible for developing and leading youth activities. The intent of this position is to represent the voice of youth who have serious mental health needs. This position is responsible for developing programs for young people […]

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Upcoming Webinars For Trauma Informed Services to Domestic Violence Victims

| September 29, 2014
Upcoming Webinars For Trauma Informed Services to Domestic Violence Victims

The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health is pleased to announce their October webinars. 2014 Webinar Series: Building Trauma-Informed Services for Children, Youth, and Parents Impacted by Domestic Violence Wednesday, October 8, 2014 2:00 – 3:30 pm CST Susan Blumenfeld, MSW, LCSW Child Trauma Training Director National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health […]

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Healthy Living Workshop

| September 10, 2014
Healthy Living Workshop

The Healthy Living Workshop is a six-week interactive self-management workshop that meets once a week for two and a half hours  It is designed to help people live a healthier life, build skills and gain self-confidence.  Refreshments will be provided. Subjects covered in the workshop: Dealing with difficult emotions Managing symptoms Goal setting and problem […]

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Beautifully Bipolar, Erin Callinan Comes Back to Flagstaff – September 12th

| August 18, 2014
Beautifully Bipolar, Erin Callinan Comes Back to Flagstaff – September 12th

September 12, 2014 at McGee Auditorium on the Flagstaff Medical Center Campus in Flagstaff, NARBHA and FMC welcome back – Erin Callinan!  Her event in May was PACKED OUT so we brought her back!  Erin is a Flagstaff native who recently published her memoir Beautifully Bipolar, intimately detailing her experiences with mania, hospitalization, and her […]

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Domestic Violence and Mental Health: Supporting Survivors with Co-Occuring Issues

| April 30, 2014
Domestic Violence and Mental Health: Supporting Survivors with Co-Occuring  Issues

Monday, May 19, 2014 9:00am-12:00pm Page Police Department Public Safety Room 808 Coppermine Road, Page, AZ, 86040 This FREE Training will highlight the following: Identify trauma responses and their effects on survivors, provide tools for crisis intervention and advocacy for people with mental illnesses, understand the dynamics of mental illness and the stigma surrounding it, […]

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Professional Development Opportunity

| April 6, 2014
Professional Development Opportunity

The Infant & Maternal Mental Health workshop will be a three parts, a free professional development opportunity for home visiting professionals. Lessons included are; dverse long-term health and social outcomes of children whose parents have depressive symptoms, working with maternal depression and methods of supporting positive child-parent interactions, and much more.

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