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Substance Use and Abuse Workshop


This 3 series workshop is designed to help you learn how substance abuse affects your brain, how to identify when your substance use is a real problem, and how to set healthy boundaries in order to help yourself and/or others struggling with substance abuse. 

Substance Use and the Brain

Learn about the science behind how drugs and alcohol affect your brain.

Addictions vs. Recreational

Discover the science of addiction and treatment strategies.


There is a difference between boundaries and abandonment. Learn about them to prioritize your own wellness and support those you love. 

Mental Health is so important.  Did you know that In the United States, almost half of adults (46.4 percent) will experience a mental illness during their lifetime?


PTSD & Substance Abuse

Learn Central Ideas: (1) Safety, (2) Letting go of dangerous relationships (3) Gaining control Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session: Register for the 25 week course:

Stress & Time Management

Discover common stressors, how stress impacts the body physically and mentally, and strategies for healthier stress management. ​Learn how to:

  • Understanding the importance of mind-body connection with the manifestation of emotion disease
  • Learn the consequences of sleep deprivation on mental and physical health
  • Define stress eustress, distress.
  • Explain the role of stresses and maintaining health and optimal for performance.
  • Identify the major sources of stress in your life.
  • Define the two major types of behavior patterns.
  • Learn how to lower vulnerability to stress.
  • Develop time management skills.
  • Define the role of physical exercise in reducing stress.
  • Learn to use various stress management techniques.
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Mind over Mood

Learn to change how you feel by changing the way you think. Learn strategies to transform your life: * Follow the step by step plans * Set Goals, and practice them until they become second nature Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Sexual Assult Prevention

Learn about rape culture, trauma, and the brain, and how survivors can get help, and much more. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Grief & Loss

Learn how to accept loss, live your grief, express your feelings, share with others, take care of yourself, use rituals, live in the present, Modify your thoughts, Rebuild your world, Visualize the life you want. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Safer Sex & Concent

Learn how to engage in safer sex and how to talk with a partner(s) about sex, desires and what is off-limits. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Freedom From Depression

Learn your indicators, handling anger, establishing healthy boundaries, believe in yourself, refuse to be a victim, allow time, understanding your personality. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Relationship Goals

Discover how to recognize a healthy or unhealthy relationship and strategies for healthier communication. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Self Defense

Learn hands-on self-defense, awareness tips, risk reductions, and simple strategies for escape. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Anxiety & Phobia

Learn relaxation, exercise, coping skills, overcoming negative self-talk, changing beliefs, mastering phobias. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Intimate Partner Violence Prevention

Learn about the forms of dating violence, the cycle of violence, how to identify red flags and assert your boundaries. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Perfectly Imperfect

Join the conversation on loving ourselves in a society that tries to push us down and learn to embrace being perfectly imperfect. Next FREE workshop: Book a one-on-one session:

Suicide Prevention

Through this workshop, you will learn the warning signs, how to seek help, misconceptions about suicide, Risk factors, and much more. Pain Isn't Always Obvious. Reach out to someone you are concerned about if you observe one or more of these warning signs, especially if the behavior is new, has increased or seems related to a painful event, loss or change: Warning signs to look for: * Talking about wanting to die or suicide * Looking for a way to kill themselves * Feeling hopeless, desperate, trapped * Giving away possessions * Putting affairs in order * Reckless behavior * Uncontrolled anger * Increased drug or alcohol use * Withdrawal * Anxiety or agitation * Changes in sleep * Sudden mood changes * No sense of purpose If you are concerned about someone, reach out and ask: " Are you thinking about suicide?" If you think the person is suicidal, take it seriously. Don't leave them alone. Call the us at (951) 471 - 4713 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 at anytime for assistance or call 911 for life-threatening emergencies. Brought to you by Reach out to them to learn if someone you know might be at risk.

"Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it"   Proverbs 4:23

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