WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This workshop is designed for persons with depression and related mental health conditions. Their families and significant others, as well as care providers may attend. The community and healthcare professionals are also welcome.
OVERVIEW: Unhelpful thinking is typically an automatic and unconscious internal response to life events. Most of the time, these habitual thought patterns go unnoticed until a person experiences negative emotion (e.g. anxiety or depression). This session will help bring awareness to these thought patterns and present research-based strategies to consciously move through unhelpful thinking patterns.
OBJECTIVES: After attending this program participants will be able to:
CONTINUING EDUCATION: 1.5 CEU’s (Certificate of Attendance)
Deah Robinson is a counselor and psychology instructor at Metropolitan Community College – Longview. She also runs a successful coaching business, where she helps women live passionately in their purpose. She received her degree in Counseling and Educational Psychology from Kansas State University. For the past 13 years, Deah has worked in social services, higher education, and counseling. In her personal life, Deah loves social justice, animals with paws, and the color pink.