MINDFULNESS WEBINAR SERIES
This FREE four-part webinar series will give you tools to learn, improve and strengthen your mindfulness practice. Join us as we explore different subjects that impact our mindfulness and how it’s all related.
Every Monday, starting October 25th at 1:00 PM
October 25th - Mindfulness Meditation
November 1st - Body Scan
November 8th - Mindful Eating
November 15th - Five Senses
Register to receive your Zoom invite.
NORTHERN ARIZONA SPECIAL NEEDS SUPPORT GROUP FOR PARENTS
The 2nd Tuesday of each Month – 6:00pm-7:30pm
Northern Arizona Special Needs Support Group for Parents is a FREE in-person group for parents, caregivers, grandparents and foster parents with common experiences or concerns who provide each other with encouragement, comfort, and advice.
Register today and we will email you the details for the meeting and a Zoom invite if you want to join virtually.
Each month we will have a topic of discussion, a guest speaker(s), Q&A and a little time to socialize. Please let us know if you are needing childcare.
October 12th - Kelsey Schimmel, SARRC
November 9th - Kira Williman, Ability
December 14th - TBD
COMMUNICATION & RELATIONSHIPS WEBINAR
This FREE four-part webinar series focuses on developing ways to effectively communicate in different types of relationships. Each week we will practice building skills to help you communicate more effectively. Designed for adults 18+ and older.
Every Friday for 4 weeks in November via Zoom
TBD - Stay tuned
FOCUS ON PAYING ATTENTION: A WEBINAR FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH ADHD AND ANXIETY.
Often, as parents, we focus on changing behavior by repeatedly using the same techniques again and again without the desired result. This webinar will highlight recent research into the relationship between developing cognitive functions and improved emotional / behavioral regulation.
Next Webinar: Date TBD with Jen Beyst MCFDT,
Polara Health, Director of CFDT
Contact Jen if you’d like more information email@example.com
A FREE informational webinar provided by Polara Health and Cognitive Function Development Institute