8-Week Mind Body Skills Group
Learn evidence-based skills that promote health & well-being
After living in the midst of a global pandemic and its political and economic fallout, it is easy to get caught up in stress, worry, and anxiety. We can help you prioritize yourself in this virtual, 8-week mind body skills group. Give yourself the gift of two hours a week where you can focus on your own support and wellbeing. Join with others to learn skills, process experiences, and leave stronger and more in touch with your mind and body.
This Mind Body Skills Group provides:
- A caring, supportive peer group
- Practical, evidence-based skills that promote health and wellbeing
- An opportunity to deepen your self-care and self-awareness
- So much more!
Mind Body Skills are tools that build self-awareness, and cultivate self-care. They are evidence-based practices that are easy to integrate into your life. Both of the facilitators, Joanna Robertson & David Sunday are certified through the Center for Mind Body Medicine. Note: this group is not a substitute for clinical therapy; if you or someone you love needs help with an addiction or co-occurring mental health disorder, learn more about our treatment services.
The next 8-week Mind Body course begins Tuesday, September 7, 2021 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM CST.
Presentations on Mind Body Skills for organizations and agencies can be provided upon request.
Meet the Facilitators
Joanna Robertson, M.MFT, LMFT, LPC, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas. She has her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is a Clinician in the Clinical and Behavioral Health Department at The Council on Recovery. Joanna completed training and certification through CMBM after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, and has found engaging in this work personally and professionally transformative.
David Sunday, CPS/ PRC, is a certified peer support specialist, yoga teacher and Healing Circle facilitator. He is a United States Air Force Veteran that currently works in addiction case management and community outreach. He has a background in program coordination in both the faith-based and secular sectors and obtained his training and certification through CMBM and ISH while providing disaster case management during Hurricane Harvey.