Our Mind Matters program equips young adults with the tools they need to heal from trauma and cultivate life-long skills to manage stress, live with intention, develop healthy relationships and learn how to ask for help.
Developed by licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Carolyn Curtis, Mind Matter's research-based curriculum combines lecture, multi-media presentations, interactive exercises, practice logs and discussions to create “new habits of mind.” The course is designed to be delivered over 12 one-hour sessions but can be adapted to fit almost any time frame.
Mind Matters can help
Young adult parents
Low income or disadvantaged groups
Families with young adults
Individuals experiencing everyday struggles with adversity
Experience enhanced self-awareness
Feel more self-empowered
Improve communication skills
Feel a sense of belonging and inner peace
Be equipped to tackle new challenges with peace and confidence