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Mind-Body And Inner-Self Wellness

and Consulting LLC

☎ (833) 374-4935


Groups

Quiet Minds: Anxiety Management – April/May 2021

This adult online group’s goal is to help people deal with anxiety and improve their coping skills. It follows a six-week rotating structure, and each session incorporates three key elements: education, modeling, and information sharing.


Facilitated by Genieve Hoyte, MS



Anger Management: Court Approved

This online group offers effective anger management training for those looking to learn how to best manage their anger and emotions. Sessions can be conducted in a private/individual or group setting. Additionally, these psycho-educational, gender-specific groups can provide court-mandated anger management.


Facilitated by Reginald Edwards,  Certified Anger Management Specialist- I

Who moved my cheese? : Pandemic Nutrition Management

Many people report that they have experienced that Covid-19/ Isolation weight gain.  Research shows that some people often deal with negative mental health issues through poor self-soothing patterns. This group’s is for adults to take control of their nutrition with a community where they can discuss these challenges.


Facilitated by Bridgette Parrish, RN

Healing from Grief and Loss- TBD

Grief can come in many forms—a breakup in a relationship with a partner or friend, a dead pet, or the loss of a close family member. Different situations can impact people in various ways, and it’s important to remember that allowing yourself to grieve is a healthy part of healing.  


Facilitated by associated psychotherapist Leonard Tuzman, DSW, LCSW


Call 917-868-4591 today!

Transitioning After Retirement- TBD

Most people want to be useful, even in retirement. If you don't have anything to do, you may feel guilty about being idle. ... That may be what you need to do initially as you transition to retirement. Over time, as you adjust to your new life, you'll likely find that you don't have to work so hard at staying busy.


Facilitated by associated psychotherapist Leonard Tuzman, DSW, LCSW


Call 917-868-4591 today!

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