Mindful Morning Coffee Hour September

September 22, 2022 - October 13, 2022

zoom webinar

Contact: Holly Tiret

Mindful Morning Coffee Hour
Thursdays, September 22, - October 13, 2022
8:00 -9:00 a.m. EST


Mindfulness for Better Living Online One Time Workshops 

Mindfulness can be defined as paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgmentally. Research has shown that practicing mindfulness is effective in reducing stress-related symptoms such as worry, depression and physical tension, and may be helpful in managing chronic conditions.  Mindfulness for Better Living includes a suite of one-time workshops to help people learn ways to use mindfulness to manage everyday stress. 

September 22, 8-9 am
Laughter is the Best Medicine  

Laughter is the Best Medicine explores the social, emotional, mental, and physical benefits of laughter. Stress Less with Mindfulness teaches and encourages the use of mindfulness self-care skills to help one feel better and enjoy life more. Stress Less with Mindfulness is a program authored by West Virginia Extension.

September 29, 8-9 am
Changing Negative Self Talk

We all have automatic thoughts, both positive and negative. Having more positive thoughts can influence how you handle stress. During this workshop participants will learn about the brains negativity bias and how it affects our response to stress. In addition we will talk about the benefits of positive self-talk and explore other tools for dealing with negative self-talk.

October 6, 8-9 am
Caring for the Caregiver

Approximately 53 million caregivers have provided unpaid care to an adult or child in the last 12 months. [National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP. (2020). Caregiving in the U.S.].  During this workshop we explore the many ways informal caregiving affects a caregivers mental and physical health. Learn the importance of self-care for caregivers. Practice some strategies for self-care. Find out resources for learning more about self-care for caregivers.

October 13, 8-9 am
The Importance of Adult Sibling Relationships and Your Caregiving Journey

Sibling relationships change as the years go by, usually very close in early years, less so in teens/early adult years, then growing closer as the years go by. One of the things that tends to bring siblings back together in later life is the need to care for aging parents.

This is a free class.  
This is a live class using Zoom and will not be recorded.  Instructions on Zoom software and setup will be sent in the confirmation email. 



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