Do you have a hard time communicating what you want to say?
Is it difficult for you to adjust your expectations?
Are anger or frustration frequent visitors in your conversations?
Is setting limits difficult for you?
Are you taking good care of yourself?
Caregiving is daunting! Caregivers often report at least some of these experiences, and despite their best intentions, their relationship with their ill relative is often challenged for one reason or another.
To address these challenges and improve the way we respond to them, we are offering one-session workshops, focused on coping skills. In these workshops you will be able to explore what pushes your buttons, how you react in difficult situations and how you can modify your reaction so you accomplish what you want. We will use role-playing to explore how not to fall into common pitfalls.
This workshop is free! Please note that it is for families and friends caring for someone who lives with mental illness only.
Next workshop: To be announced
This workshop is offered three times a year. The next session will be held in the fall.
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You may also be interested in our other workshops. Click HERE for details.
Need to talk something out? Our family/friends support group is the place! If you care about someone who is living with mental health challenges, our next group is on Monday April 23. Free and open to..