08.07 | NAMI Family-to-Family 8 Week Course
NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8-session educational program for families, significant others, and friends of people with mental health conditions. It is a designated evidence-based program that significantly improves the [...]
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09.25 | Healing and Hope with Iris Bolton
Join us as Iris Bolton, from both personal and professional experience, gently guides us along hopeful pathways of grief. Iris is a Mental Health counselor, Director Emeritus-Link Counseling Center, and [...]
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10.16 | The Science of Renewing the Mind with Dr. Cathy Snapp
Dr. Cathy Snapp is Campus Director of Behavioral Health for the Medical College of Georgia’s AU/UGA Medical Partnership. She is very well known to us a co-author of The Hidden [...]
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10.16 | Addiction Panel Event
We will be joined by a panel of professionals to discuss addiction, what we need to do to face this issue honestly, and how we can help change the mindset [...]
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Jane Pauley at Peachtree Road
Recognized as a powerful advocate in the mental health field, Ms. Pauley speaks candidly about being diagnosed with mental illness at 50. She also addresses her subsequent journey of self-reflection [...]
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Reimagining Life: Fallout from Covid-19
How do we reclaim our losses and find meaning in our compromised community? Attend this interactive, intimate group led by the Rev. Dr. Susan Anne Bennett to gain emotional wellness [...]
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Video “A Conversation About Depression” | Jamie & Lena Jenkins
"Depression is not a weakness of any kind. Depression is not a choice that anybody would make. Depression is not the sum total of an individual. It does not define [...]
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The Empty Chair | Ron Greer
Our son Eric died many years ago, just a month before Thanksgiving.  Our older son was still healing from the same accident as the holiday arrived, so there was no [...]
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Video “An Evening with William Cope Moyers”
If you missed this powerful event, please take some time to view the recorded video of An Evening with William Cope Moyers. Get an inside look at the world of [...]
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Book Review “My Son…My Son…” | Ray Segars
This is a very personal narrative of one who dealt with the tragic loss of a precious loved one.  While it was written forty years ago, it has been revised [...]
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Death and Life | Marcia Gaddis
As people of faith, death asks us to come together and celebrate life. It asks us to remember the good of the deceased. As people of faith, it requires worship [...]
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PBS Podcast: On Our Minds
On Our Minds — a podcast made by teens, for teens, all about teens — and mental health. Hosted by high school students Noah Konevitch and Zion Williams, On Our [...]
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Book Review “Friendship Matters” | Lauren Monroe
The author interviews hundreds of women about their friendships.  Each chapter weaves an example of someone’s story.  Her research shines the light on reasons many women struggle with friendships: lack [...]
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Video “My Ascension” | Emma Benoit Story
A suicide attempt left 16-year-old varsity cheerleader, Emma Benoit, paralyzed, but propelled her on a mission to use her painful experience to help others find hope, and shine more light [...]
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Fear Not? Is This Even Possible? | Mace Hall
We all get overwhelmed. We all worry. We all have fears. By the same token, we all have coping mechanisms. We all can find ways to channel our negative emotions. [...]
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Self Test “The Burns Anxiety Inventory”
The Burns Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is an assessment tool used to measure anxiety. Developed by psychiatrist David Burns, the inventory, or checklist, can be self-administered or administered by a clinician. [...]
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Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled | Mace Hall
In the years to come, I discovered that worry wasn’t simply an emotional state. It was more of an activity, a sport of sort. One in which nearly all the [...]
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President Biden’s Statement on Mental Health
Mental health is essential to our overall health, and the importance of attending to mental health has become even more pronounced during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has not only negatively [...]
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Book Review + Video “Unwinding Anxiety”
The more one seeks to understand personal behavior and are curiously exploring their habits and reactions, the greater the ability to change. This last part notes the importance of breathing, [...]
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Book Review “The Boy Between” | Susan Thigpen
This book published in 2020 is a memoir by both mother and son about the son’s (and family’s) journey through depression. The dedication of the book reads “My dedication is [...]
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